If you think Klan robes are the only thing at the center of the Venn diagram between apparel and racism, you're obviously not familiar with the recent racist renaissance in the world of fashion.
Back in December, Prada stopped selling a keychain figurine and removed a storefront window display featuring a monkey with red lips which looked eerily similar to old racist caricatures of black people. It retailed for $550, making it the racist monkey for the upscale socialite.
And it seems counterintuitive, but it's never a good sign when your celebrity clothing line is making headlines. It usually means that the Malaysian children sewing your blouses snuck a plea for help into the washing instructions tag. Or it's because you've somehow found a way to make women's shoes that look like the stars of a Vaudevillian minstrel act. Katy Perry found this out when people got pissed that a pair of her heels and loafers featured red lips and bright white eyes on a black leather backdrop that looked astonishingly like blackface, because yes, it very did.
Dillard's Left Shark never would've signed off on this s**t.