A Denim Brand Is Laser-Etching #MeToo News Stories on its Jeans

Though they have a message to share with the world, not everyone on Twitter was receptive to the creations. One user pointed out the limited sizing options (jeans only go up to a size 10), another touched on the price point ($375 for a denim jacket?), and some took offense to having the actual stories from victims printed on clothes, which are then being sold for a profit. (Though, in Meyer and Goldschmieds defense, 10 percent of all sales will go to the National Women’s Law Center.)