“H&M even incorporated its own version of tzitzit, the knotted fringe you’ll find on every tallit, ” the story notes.
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The Stockholm-based chain also has a matching fringed poncho for $34.99.
This isn’t’s first foray into prayer-shawl chic:
H&M is hardly the only major fashion retailer to wade into Jewish (or anti-Semitic) territory.
In the summer of 2014, the Spain-based chain Zara sold a children’s striped “sheriff” T-shirt that looked alarmingly like a concentration-camp uniform, complete with a six-pointed yellow star on the left breast.