I’m not a patron of Urban Outfitters, I don’t where cigarette jeans, or fit 90% of what they sell as "mens" clothing that might be better labeled "metrosexual male" or "emo" wear, rather than "Men’s wear". But the recent outcry of twitter about Urban Outfitters ripping off indie artists pissed me off tomtom karten illegal downloaden. Not the way it did most other users. I was pissed at the community that claims that Stephanie Koerner or, Stevie of tru.che, or a host of other people, is the inventor of the "Heart shaped hole" in a state necklaces herunterladen.
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I don’t think Urban Outfitters is to blame for looking at what is trending in fashion and knocking it off. That’s what fashion does. If Poodle skirts for men were suddenly popular Urban Outfitters would sell those too. All the Retro T-shirts, and bell bottom jeans that are coming back are for sale every where from Target to Hot Topic. None of the people who sold vintage wear are complaining that they got ripped off download and edit the homepage.
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