Oregon Company Sells Out “I really care. Don’t You?” Jacket

webadmin June 23, 2018 Comments Off on Oregon Company Sells Out “I really care. Don’t You?” Jacket


  An Oregon company jumped on the controversy created by the Melania Trump’s jacket. On last Wednesday Melania Trump made well publicized error in judgement when she showed up in McAllen, TX, wearing now infamous $39 jacket from the clothing store Zara, with faux graffiti: “I don’t really care. Do U?”

  Melania Trump is known for showing up, last year, during G-7 meeting in Sicily in a $51,500 Dolce and Gabbana jacket.

  Wildfang, Portland based clothing retailer, posted to social media a photo of an army jacket with writing in white on the back “I really care, don’t u?”

  Wildfang also committed all proceeds from the sale of the new jacket design to be donated to RAICES, a nonprofit agency that, according to its website, helps immigrants with free and low-cost legal services.

  Response from social media was swift and Wildfang shifted it’s campaign into a next gear by launching their jacket for $98 within a few hours. The jacket is designed to look very much like the one Melania Trump wore during her visit to facility housing migrant children separated from parents.

  Stephanie Grisham, The White House Communications Director, just poured more fire on the controversy when she told journalists that jacket wasn’t intended to send any kind of message. Unfortunately for Mrs Grisham, she can not influence what media will choose to focus on.

  As always, contrary to his own spokeswoman, Donald Tramp tweeted that Melania’s jacket was indeed meant to send a message:

  ’I REALLY DON’T CARE, DO U?’ written on the back of Melania’s jacket, refers to the Fake News Media. Melania has learned how dishonest they are, and she truly no longer cares!” the president wrote Thursday evening.


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