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Ivanka Trump scarves recalled for not meeting 'federal flammability standards'

On Wednesday, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall notice for some 20,000 rayon scarves sold under the Ivanka Trump brand, saying the women's scarves "do not meet the federal flammability standards for clothing textiles, posing a burn risk." The two styles of scarf, both made in China, sell for $12 to $68 at a variety of retailers, including Lord & Taylor, Marshalls, TJ Maxx, and online at Amazon; people who purchased either Beach Wave or Brushstroke Oblong Ivanka Trump scarves are told to "immediately stop using" them and return them for a full refund. No injuries have been reported from the scarves, the CPSC said.

Ivanka Trump, daughter of Donald Trump, started her clothing and accessories brand in 2007, and a spokeswoman told The Associated Press that the Ivanka Trump brand is disappointed about the recall and is "seeing to it that this issue is fixed immediately."