People on social media quickly came at Forever 21, sharing their frustrations that a black model was not chosen to rock the jumper.
In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, Forever 21 apologized if people found the photo "offensive in any way".
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"Hey Forever 21, in what universe did you think it was OK to feature a white model in Wakanda gear?"
Black Panther was arguably one of the best movies this year. Granted, chances are you knew it wasn't OK, but still as a former #21Men brand specialist for the company.
The film, which was released in 2017, was also praised for celebrating blackness as well as highlighting African culture. Considering the film's success it will only make sense to cash in on it with merch.
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Cet incident a été suivi d'une intervention immédiate des forces de l'ordre à l'aide d'une autopompe et de gaz lacrymogènes . Les protestataires appelaient, également, à la démission du Premier ministre belge Charles Michel.
"They got a super pale, blonde, blue-eyed model in a Wakanda Forever sweater... Someone approved this and thought this was going to work", another outraged Black Panther fan expressed. As one might imagine backlash was swift, prompting Forever 21 to delete the tweet though the sweater - complete with images of the white model wearing it - remained on the website for several more hours.
Forever 21 hasn't yet responded to Yahoo Lifestyle's request for comment.
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The result was a woeful 29 league goals conceded in 17 games this season - more than any other side outside the bottom five. Mourinho's approach and tactics appear out of date and have been bypassed by younger, more forward-thinking managers.