Bstroy school shooting sweatshirts slammed for using terrorism to sell clothes: ‘Our pain is not to be used for fashion’

Parents are outraged at an American designer’s attempt to profit off of school shooting tragedies.

Bstroy, an Atlanta-based fashion brand, debuted controversial sweatshirts at New York Fashion Week with what appears to be bullet holes in the fabric and the names of schools devastated by mass shootings including Sandy Hook Elementary, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Virginia Tech and Columbine High School.

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