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Drone Girl has a new shop, and new merch!

4 minutes agoHobbies / Drones : The Drone Girl

You know those desktop backgrounds I launched every day this week? I’m launching them in merchandise format too! I’ve got a brand new Drone Girl shop featuring the five designs I rolled out over the week. I’ve got American Apparel tees and tanks for men, women and children. Show More Summary

Lawyer Takes Over American Apparel

It's been a bumpy ride for American Apparel, the Los Angeles-based retail chain. American Apparel stores exploded across the country in the early 2000s, quickly becoming the go-to place for American made t-shirts and hipster spandex leggings. That growth was fueled in part by the image of Dov Charney,......

American Apparel taps top lawyer as CEO as sale rumors swirl

American Apparel’s incoming chief executive is a lawyer with a background in mergers and acquisitions and little retail experience — yet another sign that the troubled retailer may be heading for a sale soon. Chelsea Grayson has served as general counsel for American Apparel for nearly two years....

Dov Charney Claims He Recruited Exiting American Apparel CEO Paula Schneider As a 'Puppet'

According to a new interview, Dov Charney, the disturbing, embattled daddy of American Apparel, is still working on a new brand of clothing under a temporary name: Los Angeles Apparel Company. See, it’s nothing like American Apparel! Read more...

American Apparel is losing CEO Paula Schneider, who was supposed to turn it around

Paula Schneider, the chief executive tasked with turning around American Apparel Inc.'s flagging business, is leaving, according to two sources close to the company. Chelsea Grayson, the company’s general counsel and chief administrative officer, will take the reins as CEO on Oct. 3 — opening yet...

American Apparel CEO To Step Down

Paula Schneider turned in her resignation, saying she'll leave the company at the beginning of October. [ more › ]

Can Walmart and Nike Afford Apparel Workers Making $40 More a Month? (Spoiler: Yes)

While we are justifiably focused on the election, American corporations are still exploiting overseas workers and we aren’t paying any attention to that. Unlike those who claim that American apparel companies moving overseas are beneficient glorious job creators gifting work to the global poor, the workers themselves are real people with real demands. For example, […]

Possible shake-up at American Apparel: CEO Paula Schneider is expected to exit post

Paula Schneider plans to exit her post as American Apparel chief executive Oct. 3, WWD has learned. She is to be succeeded by the company’s general counsel and chief administrative officer, Chelsea Grayson, who is in the process of transitioning into the role. The change comes on the heels of the...

Possible shake-up at American Apparel: CEO Paula Schneider is expected to exit post

Paula Schneider plans to exit her post as American Apparel chief executive Oct. 3, WWD has learned. She is to be succeeded by the company’s general counsel and chief administrative officer, Chelsea Grayson, who is in the process of transitioning into the role. The change comes on the heels of the...

American Apparel founder Dov Charney is back with a new T-shirt business he says is already worth $30 million

Dov Charney, the founder of American Apparel who was forced out of the company in a 2014 boardroom coup, has a new gig: He has started a T-shirt company with some of his old colleagues from American Apparel, and is already shipping merchandise. Show More Summary

Celebrities Are Obsessed With This $45 Black One-Piece

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

The one bathing suit that celebrities could not stop wearing this summer is the American Apparel Nylon Tricot High-Cut One-Piece ($45). The black suit is anything but basic with a low-cut back and high-cut leg openings (legit made to show off your thighbrows). 'Bu A photo posted by Emily Ratajkowski (@emrata) on Aug 20, 2016 at 3:19pm […]

This One-Piece Is Bad

Summer is over. The bony, trembling fingers of Fall beckon us into the darkness. But People is trying to tell me that “everyone” in Hollywood owns this $45 black nylon tricot high-cut one piece from American Apparel, and I am wondering: why? It’s bad. Read more...

American Apparel's Next XL Top Model

Nancy's tumblr (called extra wiggle room in response to AA's message to women who "need a little extra wiggle room where it counts") is full of photos of her posing in various levels of dress with various levels of dressing (haha, but seriously she has a bunch of photos of her pouring salad dressing on herself). Behold:

Lookism: OK If It's at the Hands of a Multinational Corporation

Mary Elizabeth Williams doesn't want to be sold pants by an ugly person. In her recent article for Salon, Williams maintains that the appearance-centered hiring practices and employee regulations of retail giants American Apparel and Abercrombie & Fitch are just, you know, logical and unproblematic corporate tactics to uphold brands. Show More Summary

AA Strikes Again: "Legalize Gay" Shirts

While I've made my feelings about American Apparel clear in the past, they certainly are making themselves into a moving target. Picking up the slack left behind by Urban Outfitters, AA has introduced a Legalize Gay shirt to their stores (a riff off of their Legalize LA model). Show More Summary

American Apparel Answers Back

I'm the type of person who likes to think of themselves as flying under the radar. So you can imagine my surprise when I woke up yesterday to find an email from American Apparel in reference to my blog post from Wednesday. I'll include the email and my thoughts, after the jump.

Imitation Is The Sincerest Form Of Disgust

Today started, like so many others, with criticism of a new American Apparel ad sweeping the feminist blogosphere.  However, what looks like an almost too good to be true piece of proof of Dov Charney's excruciatingly high sleaze-rating turned out to be just that. Too good to be true. More after the jump.

Exit, Stage Right

So many douchebags, so little time. The air was thick with them this week: That guy who owns American Apparel and who holds his staff meetings in the nude; Joe the Plumber and his dumb-ass new country music contract; George W. Bush and his stupid face.

Dov Charney Is Apparently Staging A Comeback

The ousted American Apparel founder has been leaving clues to his new company via vague Instagram posts. [ more › ]

"Next came jeggings — the denim-spandex blend that became popular as American Apparel crashed and..."

“ Next came jeggings — the denim-spandex blend that became popular as American Apparel crashed and burned — and then athleisure, which took the process of “liberating” the female figure from the ill-fitting stiffness of denim to its conclusion. Show More Summary

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