OFFENSIVE

Urban Outfitters Pulls Shirt Line

Seriously though, who thought these shirts were a good idea? Urban Outfitters pulled a line of shirts off the shelves that simply said “Depression” after shoppers complained the shirts were making light of a serious disease. The crop-top shirt was actually made by a small brand named Depression. The shirt clearly hadn’t been selling well—it had been marked down to $9.99 from $59, although now it is listed as sold out. This isn’t the first time one of Urban’s printed shirts has caused a problem—in 2010, the company pulled a shirt that said “Eat Less.”