Yes, it appears the tzitzis have been removed from this “striped scraf” selling on the H & M website, but clearly the item is a copy of a tallis, which is being turned into a women’s garment selling for NIS 99.90.
H & M officials have apologized for the controversial women’s scarf that resembles a tallis. The company explains it will refrain from selling the item in Israel.
Women’s Wear Daily quotes the company saying “We are truly sorry if we have offended anyone with this piece. Everyone is welcome at H&M and we never take a religious or political stand. Our intention was never to upset anyone. Stripes is one of the trends for this season and we’ve been inspired by this.”