Luxury Fashion Brand Loewe Pulls Outfit Resembling Concentration Camp Uniforms

by MR Magazine Staff

A luxury fashion house apologized Friday after being criticized for selling an ensemble resembling concentration camp uniforms from the Holocaust.
Loewe, a luxury brand based in Spain, sold the outfit as part of its William De Morgan capsule collection, which became available on November 14 and is inspired by the 19th century British ceramicist. Items in the collection are being sold for upwards of $5,000. Many who criticized the outfit — including Diet Prada, a fashion industry watchdog account on Instagram — cited the similarities to concentration camp uniforms worn by Holocaust victims, which also consisted of vertical-striped, button-down shirts and matching pants. Read more at CNN Style.