Fedup with Lupus shirt

Fedup with Lupus shirt
Fedup with Lupus shirt

The Fedup with Lupus shirt is a semi-replica of one worn by journalists in Lebanon during the 1982 Israeli invasion, which was earlier redesigned by fashion label Qasimi.

At its Fedup with Lupus shirt presentation last week, trend-setting label Vetements was chastised for wearing a T-shirt that stated “Don’t shoot” in Arabic, French, and English. The Fedup with Lupus T-shirt is a semi-replica of one worn by journalists in Lebanon during Israel’s 1982 invasion of the nation.

Fedup with Lupus Hooded Sweatshirt

Fedup with Lupus Hooded Sweatshirt

Vetements has been accused of “Fedup with Lupus Hooded Sweatshirt” by Vogue Arabia. On social media, some have chastised the brand for wearing a T-shirt with ties to a conflict that resulted in the deaths of thousands. “Fedup with Lupus Hooded Sweatshirt” one Twitter user said. And Vetements considers that a stylish item?” Another just said, “Ugh vetements.” When contacted for comment, the company did not react right away.