Liitunud: 19 sept. 2019
|Postitatud: 19.09.2019 05:35 Teema: the next generation of haute streetwear
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multiple mass shootings this year, you'd think designers would think twice before sending out models in school
shooting gear on the runway, which is exactly what happened over the weekend.
Bstroy, a self-described "neo-native" post-apocalypse streetwear brand, unveiled their Spring 2020 menswear
collection through a series of images on Instagram, nike nsw hoodie
which show models walking a runway wearing the brand's new clothes. Four of the looks, however, received
instant backlash for depicting mass school shootings, including Columbine, Virginia Tech, Sandy Hook, and Stoneman
Each of these hoodies nike dri fit shorts on sale displayed the
school's name on the front, with bullet hole details added throughout, recalling the tragedies of multiple students
who were shot and killed on campus. The reaction was swift. "This is REPULSIVE," one commenter wrote. "I am
absolutely revolted," said another. On Twitter, critics went even further.
The brand, known for their $1,000 jeans and for dipping Nike sneakers in concrete, is designed by Atlanta-based duo
Brick Owens and Dieter "Du" Grams. nike clothes on sale They were
recently profiled in a New York Times article, which heralded them as the next generation of haute streetwear. Their
past collections have included graphic T-shirts with images of guns. "We are making violent statements," Du told the
outlet. "That's for you to know who we are, so we can have a voice in the market. But eventually that voice will say
things that everyone can wear."
John M. Goode