Update: I just got an email from Hannah to give us some insight into the possible Australian mindset behind the name of this collection:
Mink pink is an Australian based company, and as an Aussie girl, I'm aware that the LDS denomination is much smaller in Australia than in the US.So there you have it. BIG THANKS to Hannah! I'm planning on writing to the company tomorrow just to let them know that it's not right and that I as an individual don't appreciate having my religion be represented by such an immodest clothing line. If you are too, I suggest you do the same. Their Australian office email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm not sure if we'd make much of an impact but at least they'd know there are people who don't appreciate it.
I go to an Anglican Church myself and am a Christian, and even I don't know a great deal about your faith (other than the fact that you basically believe in the same thing as me with some differences.) I have lot of friends from all different denominations/ religions/cultures but actually no LDS contacts. Which is my loss. Because you seem awesome.
Most Aussies know nothing about Mormonism, other than knowing Torah Bright is a Mormon and doesn't drink alcohol. Australians can be very ignorant and probably lump LDS in with Amish people. Australians don't always actively seek out to learn about other people's beliefs or background. Its sad but true.
I think Mink Pink may have been going for a "slutty little house on the prairie" type look and had an error in judgement.You should absolutely write to the company!