Yorkville store in Toronto receives criticism over ‘offensive and racist’ window display

Yorkville boutique store Eton of Sweden has come under some harsh cristim recently for a window display that is being called racist and extremely offensive by passersby.

The window display, located in Toronto’s luxury Yorkville neighbourhood, displays two nooses dangling over a man’s shirt surrounded by cotton plants. The display has apparently been up for a few months but has only recently seen outrage over social media.

CityTv noted that the display first came to light on social media by Rhona Bennett, a member of the R&B group En Vogue, which is in Toronto shooting a documentary.

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