11 Celebrities Who Embody The Way Urban Outfitters Describes Its Customers

By: Robert Kessler / April 26, 2013

Perhaps that you did not know that Free People, Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters are all the same company. And perhaps you did not know that together the three stores sell nearly $3 billion worth of ironic t-shirts, ironic books and ironic home furnishings each year. But if you’re shopping at Urban Outfitters, you almost certainly did not know how the company’s executives are describing you to the company’s investors.

Earlier this week, BuzzFeed published highlights from meetings in which the company described its customers as “upscale homeless” and living a “cloistered existence.” These are the celebrities who best represent the “Urban Outfitters brand.”

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