It’s the week after Christmas, and the top three brands in the US apparel market are BMW, Harley-Davidson, and Nike.
While many are celebrating, others are looking to capitalize on the holidays.
The US is home to more than 50 million people, according to the Census Bureau, and many have been looking to buy their way into the market.
But the companies that dominate the market don’t always seem to care about what people think about their brand.
In 2017, for instance, the top-selling brand on Amazon.com was no longer Harley-Davidsons.
It was a new brand called MalaMala, which was introduced as a way to advertise Mala.
The brand was named after Malala Yousafzai, the young girl who was shot and killed by the Taliban in 2011.
But Mala-Mala has since been pulled from Amazon.
At the time, Harley Davidson was already under fire for using its logo on apparel and accessories.
A spokesperson said the brand was simply using the Mala brand to promote the brand’s upcoming Black Friday sales, but the backlash led to the brand pulling its brand from the online retailer.
Meanwhile, in November, Harley was embroiled in a controversy for its use of the Malasafan (pronounced “mala-zee”) on its signature helmet.
Mala was a popular term among South Africans who believed that the Malamutes were part of the British colonial period.
According to the Daily Mail, the Malamasafan was created as a derogatory term for Africans who had been forced into slavery and were forced to work on the back of British soldiers.
But Mala Mala has been around since the 1950s, and Malasafaan has a history of using racist imagery.
In 2003, a black Mala called the Malakan was shot by the Malazan National Liberation Army and died from his injuries.
In 2015, the company apologized for using the name.
But, as of Wednesday, Mala, Malam, and Mala still have the word on their website.
And in 2017, Malavasafana.com, a website promoting the brand, has been blocked by Facebook.
The controversy is the latest in a series of controversies in the world of apparel.
Last year, the Supreme Court ruled in a case that a British-made line of men’s underwear that included the word “mall” violated the First Amendment, a ruling that sparked outrage from fashion brands and the media.
Earlier this year, an employee at a Chinese clothing company was arrested for allegedly having sex with a 16-year-old girl.
A judge in New York ordered that the company be fined $1.2 million.