From slogan tees to suing the president.
"Multiracial women only."
"The CFDA should really be ashamed of themselves," said fashion blogger Hannah Stoudemire, who organized a demonstration outside Skylight Clarkson Square.
Complete with sunglasses and white hair.
“The Boss” might soon be looking for a new job. Reebok is being pressured to drop rapper Rick Ross as its spokesperson in light of his new single, which appears to glorify date rape. Released earlier this month, “U.O.E.N.O.,” contains the lyric “Put Molly all in her champagne, she ain’t even know it/I took her home and I enjoyed that. She ain’t even know it.” (For the uninitiated, Molly is slang for ecstasy, or its active ingredient, MDMA). UltraViolet, a new women’s rights group, has collected more than 70,000 signatures on a petition demanding that Reebok drop the rapper, which they plan to deliver to the Reebok’s flagship store in Manhattan today.