Nivea, part of German skincare group Beiersdorf, pulled an ad with a slogan "white is purity" in April, after it was shared by right wing groups.
H&M removed the item from its website after hundreds of social media users accused the ad of being racist.
Fashion designer Alex Medina, actress Niecy Nash and Karamo Brown of "Queer Eye for Straight Guy" cast were also critical of H&M.
Rather than join the chorus of complaints about what many considered to be a way of conveying a racist message or lack of awareness from the marketing team, Chris Classic made a decision to do something about it.
Brown tweeted directly at H&M: "this is disgusting & irresponsible".
Social media users argued this was racist because "monkey" is a known racial slur.
Ford adds diesel engine to F-150 for the first time
Fleet customers can order the diesel F-150 in SuperCrew with a 5.5- or 6.5-foot bed and the SuperCab with the 6.5-foot bed. Ford is hoping to gain some customers from rivals Ram and Nissan, which both offer diesels in their full-size trucks.
'Raising Iran unrest at United Nations a blunder'
Trump's administration has denied having any hand in the demonstrations, saying they arose completely spontaneously. He said that Trump was joining the Islamic State and its regional patrons to incite attacks on Iran.
Two injured in Stockholm subway station explosion
Numerous illegal hand grenades found in Sweden are being imported from former Yugoslav nations, he said. A 45-year-old woman was injured in the blast, which police said was not believed to be terror-related.