People aren’t happy with Kat Von D’s advert for her Basket Case eyeliner
If you name a product ‘Basket Case’ – even if it is in reference to that iconic Green Day song – you’ve got to expect some backlash.
The term is used to describe those with mental illness, implying that someone is crazy and unable to cope (the term originally came from World War Two, in reference to soldiers who literally had to be carried in a basket).
So we’re not all that surprised that Kat Von D’s limited edition Basket Case eyeliner is getting some criticism – especially when paired with its controversial reference point for the product’s marketing.
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