Lacoste executives have written to the Oslo police demanding the terrorist to stop wearing their clothes, labeling it “a PR nightmare.” An Oslo police spokesman told The Telegraph “The company feels that such a man sporting their clothes could do considerable harm to their reputation.” Which is almost as idiotic as Abercrombie & Fitch writing to The Situation telling HIM not to wear their clothes. It represents the worst of the worst of the fashion industry’s elitism. You don’t get to dictate who is ALLOWED to wear your clothes, people. You’ve made a product and put it on the open market. It’s out of your hands. Writers cannot pick and choose who reads their books. McDonalds cannot tell fat people they are ruining their brand by eating there. And designers cannot control who wears their clothes. Period. Get over it.