1. Urban Outfitters' "Eat Less" shirt.
2. J.C. Penney's "Homework" tee.
3. Forever 21's "Allergic to Algebra" shirt.
4. Wood Wood "Jewish Star" tee.
5. Zara's Holocaust tee.
6. H&M's anti-Semitic shirt.
After Times of Israel blogger Eylon Aslan-Levy spotted and wrote about the shirt, H&M pulled the tee from its shelves and issued an apology.
7. Paul Frank's "powwow" party.
In 2012, Paul Frank threw a "powwow" party to celebrate its latest collection, complete with headdresses and tomahawks. Not surprisingly, Native Americans weren't thrilled with the event and demanded an apology and action. The company took down party pics from its Facebook page and issue the following statement: "Paul Frank celebrates diversity and is inspired by many rich cultures from around the world. The theme of our Fashion's Night Out event was in no way meant to disrespect the Native American culture, however due to some comments we have received we are removing all photos from the event and would like to formally and sincerely apologize. Thank you everyone for your feedback and support." Mmkay.