After we posted the following “Juan at WalMart” uniform that @ULatinos had shared after one of its members saw it at an Urban Outfitters in Queens, NY, we reached out to Urban Outfitters for comment and clarification.
Here is the email we received tonight from an Urban Outfitters spokesperson. (NOTE: we cleaned up the links provided. In addition, after getting an official email response with the spokesperson’s name and agency she worked for, she requested that we remove her name. We have edited this post to reflect that request):
Thank you for reaching out. The shirt you are referring to is part of our Urban Renewal collection, which is comprised of one-of-a-kind garments that are vintage–not newly created clothing. The shirt is part of a larger collection of vintage mechanic shirts we came across in our travels. Each shirt is one-of-a-kind with a unique name and shop patch combination. Please find below the direct link to another shirt that includes the name ‘Al’ on the name tag:
The goal of Urban Renewal is to offer our customers unique, modern designs. You can visit the following link for further information on Urban Renewal or to view the entire collection: Urban Renewal
We completely respect our customers, and understand that the informed purchase decisions they make will ultimately determine the success or failure of any products we offer. Should you have any questions or would like further information on Urban Outfitters and/or the Urban Renewal brand, please feel free to reach out to me directly…
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