The End of an Era: American Apparel Finally Anti-Theft Tags Its Clothes

American Apparel is changing its way of doing business. The troubled hipster clothier — so renowned as a soft touch for shoplifters that Shoplifting From American Apparel is a novel that exists — is cutting perhaps the last tie to its earlier, looser, corporate culture. It is installing radio-frequency ID tags on all… » 2/20/12 4:00pm 2/20/12 4:00pm

Man Who Made Roberto Cavalli Cry Arrested For Fraud

There are more details today on the arrest of Italian garment magnate Tonino Perna, who once ran IT Holding, a former apparel industry giant that collapsed in 2008: » 1/10/12 1:05pm 1/10/12 1:05pm

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Dov Charney Clings To Relevance, But For How Much Longer?

Dov Charney would like you to know that he is still kicking around. He spent a day in Toronto with a writer for the magazine Flaunt, and in the resulting 6,000-word piece he comes across as alternately petulant, clever, impassioned, self-absorbed, and utterly unaware of his own encroaching irrelevance. » 12/29/11 6:00pm 12/29/11 6:00pm