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Actress Goldie Hawn shops in the Zara store, Cannes, southern France, Friday, May 24, 2013. (Photo by Todd Williamson/Invision/AP)

Zara pulled a skirt from its website that featured the alt-right symbol 'Pepe the Frog'


Fashion retailer Zara has pulled a skirt featuring the alt-right symbol, Pepe the Frog, from its website, New York Magazine reported. The characteristic green frog with large red lips was front and center on a shredded denim skirt the company debuted as part of its "Festival Edition" line.

Frequently used by a number of hate groups, the Anti-Defamation League declared Pepe a hate symbol. 

Some criticized the company's fashion choices.

But others expressed a desire to purchase the controversial skirt.

This isn't the first time the Spanish store found itself in a compromising situation in regards to its clothing. In 2014, Zara apologized for debuting a long-sleeved PJ shirt that exuded uncanny resemblance to the uniforms worn by Nazi death camp prisoners. 

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