"Many customers have brought to our attention one of the color names listed for our BDG Burnout Henley, and rightfully so. We screwed up, and are sincerely sorry. The burnout pattern on this shirt is
The most recent development in the Navajo Nation v. Urban Outfitters case came by way of a federal judge in New Mexico clearing the way for the Navajo Nation to seek millions of dollars in its 2012
Philadelphia-based fashion retailer Urban Outfitters removed their controversial Lord Ganesh socks from stores today and issued apology to Hindus.
Urban Outfitters, a company run by prominent conservative donor Richard Hayne, is known as a purveyor of hipster products for trendy teen
Urban Outfitters "Everyone Loves a Jewish Girl" t-shirt.
Urban Outfitters have now taken down the T-shirt which was previously available in White/Charcoal and Obama/Black colours.
ADL to Urban Outfitters: Remove Tapestry “Eerily Reminiscent” of Holocaust Garb
Urban Outfitters has pulled a women's shirt from stores after shoppers complained that it made light of depression.
Urban Outfitters is under fire for selling a t-shirt with a graphic depicting Jesus Christ holding up a beer mug with the caption "Jesus, I'm Drunk."
Urban Outfitters pulled a pair of "Lord Ganesh" socks from stores this week because they offended Hindus.
Fashion retailer Urban Outfitters has landed in hot water after a scathing letter points out its (potentially illegal) fascination with all things Navajo.
Selling such a thing is probably not the best image-booster.
Urban Outfitters courts controversy again, this time with a Holocaust-themed tapestry.
This article originally appeared in Business Insider. Urban Outfitters is facing a public backlash for selling a "Vintage Kent State Sweatshirt" that i ...
Controversial retailer Urban Outfitters just reported record sales and its stock is one of the hottest on Wall Street this year, up 28%.
Urban Outfitters has made a habit of tasteless products. Can they ever go too far, or is any publicity good publicity?
We take a look back at the controversial sweater made by Urban Outfitters, which depicted a bloody tribute to the Kent State massacre.
All that cuteness comes at big cost. And I'm not talking price tags.
From a shampoo for "suicidal hair" to T-shirts that seem to promote underage drinking, the purveyor of hipster clothing is consistently riling up critics