Man, I tell you, people are not authentic these days, including fashion designers. Ralph Lauren apparently didn't have a team to do some research when the company decided to release men's pants for $335 that included the fraternity, Phi Beta Sigma's lettering. The pants were being sold on the French site. No, these pants were not made specifically for that frat. They were made to make money. Now you know you can't play with the Divine 9 like that. According to Watchtheyard.com, they contacted the Greek fraternity and other Divine 9 members to reach out to luxury lifestyle giant and ask them to remove the garments. And guess what, the site did. There was also an apology from Ralph Lauren, saying they would remove the chino pants. The apology read, "The use of these symbols on our products was an oversight for which we deeply apologize. We are immediately taking action to remove the product from our sales channels. While we have a rigorous review process in place for all of our designs, this has prompted us to take another review of our protocols to help ensure that this does not happen again,” the company said in the statement. “As an American brand with more than 50 years of heritage, Ralph Lauren is inspired by many facets of American culture. As part of this, we are firmly committed to respectful and appropriate use of all cultural icons and insignias."