The merchandise line features apparel, accessories and limited-time holiday items.
The online retailer confirmed that the item, sold by a third-party, had been removed from its store after complaints.
The Nevada GOP yesterday urged Trump backers to donate $50 to the local party, telling them they would receive a "witch hunt" tote bag and T-shirt.
Donations to fundraising pages are being split between state Republican parties and the official Trump 2020 re-election campaign.
The clothing brand has removed the controversial advertising from packages.
A woman returned a pink t-shirt purchased for her son at UK baby store Fred & Noah because her husband didn't want him wearing pink.
"Clothing made from artificial flannelette fabrics composed of trace elements such as high-grade protein, amino acids, fruit juice, magnesium, iron and calcium," read a translated spread from a men's fashion magazine.
An estimated 24.9 million people across the world are in forced labor.
"She was thrilled when Ivanka agreed to fill in her simple questionnaire for Tig Talk," author Andrew Morton wrote of Markle's now defunct lifestyle blog.
"Making this decision now is the only fair outcome for my team and partners," Ivanka Trump said.
Hudson's Bay announced Friday that it would no longer carry Ivanka Trump brand items at its stores.
It's for a good cause.
"The core principle of the ethics program is that you're not supposed to misuse your government position for private gain," Walter Shaub said.
The president's daughter was slammed for "superficial assimilation of culture."
World leaders, designer labels, artists and more unveiled their tributes to Russian President Vladimir Putin for his 65th birthday.
Prada-owned Miu Miu is the latest, but Urban Outfitters, Zara and Umbro have sparked fury in the past.
Kim, co-founder of The Hundreds, has produced 'Built to Fail: A Streetwear Story,' about fashion's evolution from punk, skate and hip-hop subcultures.
One activist was arrested and two are missing after looking into conditions at the Chinese factory.
Droves of women sported lacy bralets, wore only bras as tops, or wore no bras at all during the festival.
Employees at the factory in China typically work 60-hour weeks according to an audit by inspectors.
There's no ill intent behind stores using "Plus," "Slim" and "Husky" labels for kids, but they fail to see a danger in using those terms.