Anonymous, 23 Apr 2020W.T.F! Never heard of this "brand" before but Third Reich imagery in Europe?!? And this ... moreYou know this is more of a reference to Ancient Egyptian artwork than the Third Reich, fool lmao. Plus I dont know why this is even being described as an eagle, it's clearly a Falcon.
Dumb move by Huawei, but with an explanation: the Boy London brand has been a fad in China for a few years now. Huawei is actually late to the party. I thought the fad would be dying down by now, but I guess not. Most of the Boy London clothes you see in China are, of course, cheap knockoffs with that eagle iconography splattered on sweatpants, sparkly t-shirts, etc. Rather chav / ned-like.
Boy London has been around since the 1970s...just a fashion cash grab based on cynically chosen, outrageous "punk" style (think Malcom McLaren).
Never heard of this "brand" before but Third Reich imagery in Europe?!?
And this Chinese company is Partnering with them?!
Is there anywhere I can report an article for pushing Nazi graphics over here on GSMArena? Because this PR fluff piece is honestly utter BS. Shame on you for publishing this on this website.
Of course an edgelord fashion brand is using Nazi imagery. What a disgrace that Huawei would even think of partnering up with such scum.
NAZI Shirt? wot, Nazi imagery is prohibited in Germany and many EU states.
who came up with this terrible idea?