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  1. InYaAmmerz

    yeah, what a brilliant idea, photoshots on the phillipines, exploitation of emotions and a kid-robot store in guam.. besides the fact that the people there would have to starve for three month in order to afford such a garment. using the images and emotions of this country and it's people to market an overprized upstart-label is not only a hit in the face for the region of asia where most of the textile products are manufactured although can't be afforded, but it's also ethnically very questionable to use graffitti, the art of free speech & resistance as a red line for a capitalistic reason, the marketing of these products.. A simple logsleeve shirt with a 4-color silkscreen print can be manufactured for less than three dollars, then it's sold for 50 US$ to label-junkies and wannabe-lifestylerz all for the benefit of only one instance – the capitalist greed of kidrobot! -> .

  2. Camille

    Thats pretty legit! You guys should have a store in Guam next.

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