Menswear Company Debuts Sweatshirts Inspired By School Shootings, Faces Swift Backlash

by MR Magazine Staff

A men’s clothing line received swift backlash after debuting sweatshirts riddled with holes and bearing the names of schools known prominently for being the sites of school shootings. Menswear clothing company Bstroy posted photos from a small New York Fashion Week fashion show on their Instagram account Sunday. Among their new collection were hooded sweatshirts in different colors with the names of four schools — Sandy Hook, Virginia Tech, Stoneman Douglas and Columbine — printed across the front. All four shirts were accented with distressed manufactured holes, appearing to replicate bullet holes. Read more at NBC News.