Zara, Brand That Made Melania’s ‘Don’t Care’ Jacket Used To Design Holocaust Shirt, Swastika Bag
Zara claimed that their shirt was modeled on the star that a wild west sheriff would wear, but Marshall Dillon never wore stripes, horizontal or vertical. Neither did The Rifleman.
This isn’t the brand’s first misstep in regards to Nazi-inspired clothing. In 2007, the brand removed from stores a line of handbags with a symbol on them that resembled a swastika.