Japanese apparel company designs T-shirt that repels ramen stains made by even the messiest slurpers
- A Japanese apparel company has designed a t-shirt meant to resist ramen stains.
- The company released a demonstration video where a man wearing a white T-shirt with ramen stains pours some water on the shirt and wipes off the stains with a napkin.
- Pricing and availability have not yet been announced by the company.
For the messy ramen enthusiasts out there, a Japanese apparel company has created a T-shirt that purportedly repels ramen stains.
Ziorich, an apparel company that specializes in men’s suits and dress shirts, released a demonstration video showing off the power of their T-shirt’s resistance to ramen stains. In the video, a man passionately eats a bowl of ramen, slurping the noodles in slow motion as the broth splashes onto his shirt.
Editor’s Note: This post has been updated with a statement from designer Jess Sluder, an update from Lululemon, Luluemon’s CEO, as well as Trevor Fleming.
Canada-based art director for Lululemon Trevor Fleming and California artist Jess Sluder are being called out on social media for a T-shirt design that many in the Asian community found offensive.
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The unfortunate gaffe was highlighted by her daughter in a social media post that has received quite the attention on the popular Facebook group, “Subtle Asian Traits.”
A Vietnamese dad won over the hearts of thousands of Facebook users for his incredibly sweet yet subtle gesture of love for his wife, even when they are apart.
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