Warren Lotas Is Giving Away Bootleg H&M T-Shirts

“They think they can bootleg small designers, so I figured I’d return the favor.”

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DIY designer Warren Lotas took to his Instagram account to announce that he will be giving away 60 pieces of bootleg H&M T-shirts as a statement on the fashion industry’s monopolistic powers. “They think they can bootleg small designers, so I figured I’d return the favor,” stated Lotas in the photo post’s caption. The screen-printed T-shirt features Lotas’ signature skull motif alongside H&M’s recognisable logo in red. Underneath the branding, an illustration of one figure executing another reflects the designer’s signature dark themes that trope on death and rebellion. Try and get your hands on one of these extremely rare pieces tomorrow outside the H&M store at The Beverly Center in Los Angeles at 6:00 P.M. PST (9 P.M. EST).

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