The site reports “Boots & Braces,” the 1987 12-inch from Skrewdriver, one of the first white-power rock groups, featured an illustration of combat boots—soles up—on its cover. At least one other group, the hardcore-punk (but not neo-Nazi) Agnostic Front, has also used a similar image.
But according to Marc by Marc Jacobs, the T-shirt’s design was just an unfortunate coincidence, Yahoo Shine reports.
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