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Every generation has its own uniquely horrific sense of fashion. The 60s embraced tie-dye. The 70s were all about bellbottoms and denim leisure suits! No one was “hip” in the 1980s unless they were adorned in parachute pants. And what would the 90s have been without Z-Cavaricci?

The latest “hot trend” for today’s youth: school shooting inspired hoodies, complete with bullet holes!

From the Insider:

A streetwear fashion brand has sparked outrage after featuring hoodies in a fashion show that were seemingly inspired by school shootings.

Bstroy, a clothing company created by Brick Owens and Duey Catorze, showcased its 2020 menswear collection in New York City on Thursday. Models were sent down the runway wearing various styles of suits and T-shirts, as well as hoodies emblazoned with logos of four schools that have faced mass shootings: Columbine, Virginia Tech, Sandy Hook, and Marjory Stoneman Douglas.

The hoodies were also covered in circular rips that resembled bullet holes.

Yes, nothing like enhancing your wardrobe with “hip threads” that evoke images of school children getting slaughtered by bullets.

By the way, they still make those horrendous Z-Cavaricci jeans. For you Gen-X parents out there, buy a pair here and embarrass your teenager at once! Hammer and Nigel wear them. 

Hammer and Nigel also broke down the details on Bstroy’s school hoodies in today’s edition of “Is This Anything?”