Image courtesy of The Cut
Urban Outiftters, what were you thinking? Who would have thought that t-shirts could be so controversial. This week the high street retailer is under fire for selling t-shirts saying 'Eat Less' - a sentiment that many-a-fashionista may adhere to but would never publicly admit.
Although the company has responded by taking the products down from their website, according to The Cut the t-shirts are still available in stores. Many are arguing that this was nothing more than a stunt to gain some press attention. Although that's a cynical approach, it does make sense particularly since we all witnessed the negative press that Kate Moss recieved after saying, "nothing tastes as good as skinny feels".
What do you think?