Kids' Shirts Yanked for Resembling Nazi Camp Uniforms Zara withdraws 'sheriff' offering By Matt Cantor, Newser User Posted Aug 27, 2014 12:28 PM CDT 33 comments Comments The shirt in question. (Zara.com) (Newser) – Fashion chain Zara is responding to a social media firestorm by quickly dumping a kids' shirt that looked a lot like a uniform from a Nazi concentration camp, NPR reports. The striped shirt featured a six-pointed yellow star on the chest reading "Sheriff." "We honestly apologize," says a company tweet. "It was inspired by the sheriff’s stars from the Classic Western films and is no longer in our stores." Further, "the item in question has now been removed from all Zara stores and Zara.com." Apparently, the company is no stranger to controversy: An earlier shirt announced that "white is the new black," while a handbag displayed swastikas, the Guardian noted.