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Earnings Preview: American Eagle Is Finally Out Of The Woods

Teen apparel retailer, American Eagle Outfitters is scheduled to report its Q3 fiscal 2015 earnings on December 2nd. In a recent update, it reported that comparable sales during the quarter increased a sizable 9%. The company has been...Show More Summary

Black Friday Retail Workers Try to Make the Most of a Shopping Slump

Employees of companies like American Apparel will be putting in extra effort to turn around what is shaping up to be a dismal shopping season.

New Scandal-Free American Apparel Has Yet Another Scandal on Its Hands

5 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Being a retail sales associate on Black Friday has enough headaches without adding an embarrassing T-shirt into the the mix. However, according to the Mary Sue, American Apparel asked its employees to wear "Ask Me to Take It All Off" shirts for the holiday. According to an internal email, “All... More »

American Apparel Encourages Employees to Wear 'Ask Me to Take It All Off' Shirt on Black Friday

According to an anonymous source within the company, American Apparel has started scaling back up towards a sexier image—some aspects of which are making employees uncomfortable. Last week, the company asked retail workers to wear shirts that say “Ask Me to Take It All Off” this coming Black Friday. Show More Summary

WTF? American Apparel Encourages Sales Associates to Wear “Ask Me to Take It All Off” Shirts and Buttons for Black Friday

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

American Apparel is, at best, accidentally providing creeps with an opening pick-up line; at worst, they're taking advantage of the power dynamics between employer and employee (particularly very young female employees) and conflating objectification with edginess.

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In her Siddhartha Bansal sweatshirt and American Apparel mini-shirt, Anushka sure looked cute at the Hyderabad screening of Angry Indian Goddesses. I do think though the look was a bit over-accessorized. Am not sure if the boots feature...Show More Summary

Abercrombie & Fitch CEO describes a seismic change in American teenagers

Abercrombie & Fitch's young customers have changed dramatically in the past decade. The biggest difference? They're spending money on categories other than apparel, CEO Arthur Martinez says. " What clearly has happened is that apparel is a smaller share of wallets," Martinez told Business Insider in a telephone interview. Show More Summary

In the Midst of Bankruptcy, American Apparel Sales Continue to Slide

After filing for bankruptcy on Oct. 5, American Apparel has devoted most of its time and attention to its Chapter 11 cases (and related lawsuits), which left it unable to file a proper quarterly report for its third quarter ending Sept. 30. Instead, the Los Angeles-based retailer, whose... Continue reading

American Apparel sales plunge 19% in third quarter, early report says

American Apparel Inc., the retailer that filed for bankruptcy protection last month, reported a narrower loss in preliminary results for the third quarter -- but it wasn't because of rising sales. The Los Angeles company said Tuesday that it couldn't meet the deadline to file a quarterly report...

Ex-American Apparel CEO Dov Charney Says He Can't Afford A Lawyer

Charney, who still owns an eight-bedroom mansion in Silver Lake, claims that he's so broke that he must represent himself in the case to regain control of American Apparel. [ more › ]

Adidas Says It Will Help Schools Get Rid of Native American Mascots 

The sports apparel company will offer its design and financial services for free.

Dov Charney Can No Longer Afford a Lawyer

Dov Charney, American Apparel’s former CEO, is long past being down to his last $100K —although his resolve to win back the company is apparently undimmed, Charney can’t even afford legal representation. Read more...

American Apparel founder says he is broke

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

American Apparel founder Dov Charney still lives in an 11,000 square foott mansion in Los Angeles, but he says he is so broke he can't even afford a lawyer and has to couch surf when he goes to New York. American Apparel's board fired Charney last year, alleging that the 46-year-old misused funds and violated the sexual-harassment policy. Show More Summary

adidas offers to help high schools remove Native American logos; Washington responds

Sports team mascots using Native American imagery and logos are coming under ever-increasing scrutiny for racial insensitivity, and now apparel manufacturer adidas has upped the ante: the company is offering both design assistance and...Show More Summary

Adidas To Help High Schools Change Native American Mascots

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Adidas on Thursday announced a new initiative to help high schools change "potentially harmful" Native American mascots. The sports apparel company, which has North American headquarters in Portland, Oregon, will allow schools to volunteer...Show More Summary

Adidas to help get rid of Native American mascots

Athletic shoe and apparel maker offers free design resources to high schools nationwide

RGIII sponsor Adidas announces support for changing Native American team names

Adidas is a sponsor of Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III, but the apparel company isn’t a fan of the name of the team RGIII plays for. Adidas announced today that it is participating in the White House Tribal Nations Conference today, in support of high school mascot name changes. Adidas says it will help any…

Opening Ceremony Commissions Rains for Exclusive Collection

Danish outerwear marque Rains presents an exclusive collection of apparel and accessories for American retailer Opening Ceremony. Comprised of several signature Rains silhouettes, the drop includes windbreakers, trenches and a rangeShow More Summary

Stussy & Alpha Industries Celebrate 35 Years With Air Force-Inspired Jackets

As part of their 35th anniversary collection, Stussy have linked with one of the largest suppliers of apparel to the U.S. Armed Forces, Alpha Industries, to release a pair of military-inspired jackets. In combining American military style with streetwear, the tandem have reinterpreted two iconic Air Force outerwear options. Both the MA-1 Flight Jacket and […]

Unis Debuts Dusk Activewear

Unis New York recently presented the first collection from fledgling activewear label Dusk. The new brand was founded by Jordan Schiff, formerly or American Apparel and Urban Outfitters, who also happens to be the husband of Unis founder… The post Unis Debuts Dusk Activewear appeared first on Selectism.

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