Zara pulls kids T-shirt evoking Holocaust uniforms

Zara agreed to destroy stock of a new shirt for kids after the item drew criticism across social media for resembling uniforms worn in concentration camps during the Holocaust. The striped T-shirt with a six-pointed yellow star was on sale in several countries until today, when the Inditex brand decided to pull the item. The shirt was supposedly intended to resemble a sherrif's shirt such as those in "classic American Westerns," according to the brand. Story

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