Dov Charney gave a rare on-camera interview to CNBC which aired today. In it, the founder of hipster t-shirt-and-scrunchy supplier American Apparel laughed off his company's ongoing financial troubles. Charney thinks that "you're casting it from the wrong perspective" if you point out that the company he founded is now in its third year of losing money. "From an accounting perspective...yeah, it's unprofitable," he says. "But our gross margins are as high as a luxury brand like Prada." And besides, he thinks American Apparel could "proba—maybe" turn a profit next year.