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…
American Apparel has again run afoul of U.K. authorities for its advertising. In 2009, the company was censured for appearing to sexualize a child. Now, eight American Apparel ads have been banned in the U.K. by the Advertising Standards Authority for featuring "gratuitous" nudity and depicting young women in an…
American Apparel held an open model call at a New York store last night. I went along with videographer Woodrow Jang to ask the hopefuls what they felt qualified them to model thong leotards. And whether they'd sleep with Dov.
American Apparel founder Dov "Pants-optional" Charney has been repeatedly sued for sexual harassment and he masturbated in front of a reporter. One wonders what their lenders think of this. Well, turns out they're into eating sushi off naked chicks' bodies.
- Apparently, the last thing Lindsay Lohan did before she went to jail was wrangle a commitment out of Blackbook to publish her ramblings about fashion, personal style, and that feeling you get when you're cutting up a Gucci dress. Herewith:
- "Sources" are saying that Kimora Lee Simmons didn't leave Baby Phat, the fashion line she founded — she was fired. Allegedly, she was kicked out for being too spendthrift. For example: "It costs thousands of dollars to airbrush her."