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How a Shirt Covered in Swastikas Ends Up in a Department Store

Retail supply chains are so complex that sometimes a Nazi symbol can slip through the cracks.
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Source: Bloomberg

The shirt looked, at first glance, quite simple, even humdrum—a short-sleeved, black button-down, from the streetwear label Airwalk, priced at $12.99, and patterned with tiny, white polka dots.

Except they weren’t dots. They were swastikas, roughly 14,000 of them in all.