Well, well, well, look who’s possibly getting their ideas from indie brands again! On May 5, the Los Angeles-based indie brand Valfré sent a cease and desist against Forever 21 for allegedly reproducing a phone case, as well as to the fashion retailer Rue 21 (unrelated to Forever 21) for allegedly copying designs…
One of Kanye West’s greatest desires has clearly been legitimacy in the fashion world, and nothing signals you matter (monetarily, at least) so much as being knocked off by fast fashion.
The path to financial stability is filled with many dangers, toils, and snares. Including, soon enough, the possibility of acquiring a Forever 21 store credit card!
Spring has practically sprung, which means it’s time for all of us—even date rapists—to bust out our coolest warm weather threads!
Forever 21, international purveyor of affordable clothes and empty promises of immortality, is the latest retailer to be hit with a lawsuit over its “exploitative scheduling practices.”
This is rich. Copycat brand H&M has filed a lawsuit against copycat brand Forever 21 for copying one of its designs. The design in question is a tote bag for the beach that cleverly reads “Beach Please.”
A group of protesters in New York successfully reclaimed a Forever 21 storefront and used it to promote the Black Lives Matter movement.
In a suit filed this week in California District Court, the software company Adobe, in addition to the slightly less well-known companies Autodesk and Corel, claim that Forever 21 has "willfully, intentionally and maliciously" been using unauthorized versions of their programs.
It's official: Iggy Azalea will be inescapable during the holidays. In a new campaign for Forever 21, Iggy and boyfriend Nick Young are pictured modeling the brand's 2014 holiday collection. They are the face of it. What a gift. You'll also see her face all over the AMAs come November, right around the time you're…
It's the 25th anniversary of The Simpsons—does that mean Bart has a 401k now?—and 20th Century Fox is going bananas licensing the images to celebrate. Their latest Bart garments might be the least expensive Simpsons commemorative garments yet, though.
Recent years have seen the rise of fast-fashion behemoths like Forever 21, H&M, Zara—the list goes on. Even stores without their reputation for lickety-split knockoffs seem to be pushing towards tighter production cycles and cheaper offerings. But are customers ready to embrace buying fewer items that cost more money?
Abercrombie & Fitch was once the hottest thing going in high schools across these fifty, nifty United States. Lately, though, American teens aren't interested in paying so much as a basket of overripe plums for some tattered A&F jeans. That's got the company doing some soul-searching about its #brand #identity.
Welcome to Fashion Would You Rather, a feature in which I find very ugly clothes and force you to choose which you would rather don in public.
A few months ago, I had a couple of hours to kill after work and found myself wandering over to the TopShop a few blocks from work and, as I sometimes tend to do, wasting time by trying on clothing weirder than anything I currently own. It's fun in a movie montage-type way, finding out whether I can pull off a boxy…
The truckers that carry goods for companies like Sketchers, Forever 21 and Wal-Mart are striking Monday in Los Angeles, alleging that they've been punished by their trucking companies for organizing, just the latest in the continually bad press bogging down the beautiful visages of some of the most popular retail…
Forever 21 is owned by a family of mental gymnasts who have found away to marry the "our purpose as humans is to give of ourselves to those in need in emulation of Christ" philosophy of Christianity with the "fuck you, pay me" ethos of conservatism. The fast fashion chain most recently advertised its top brass's…
A disgruntled Forever 21 employee has caused an internet uproar by leaking a letter that indicates that the company is demoting numerous full-time non-management employees to part-time positions, which means they will no longer receive benefits.
Forever 21 is in trouble for alleged labor violations. You don't say. The fast-fashion chain has failed to cooperate with a Department of Labor investigation into the labor practices of its Los Angeles-based suppliers and manufacturers, even ignoring subpoenas. The agency, which is seeking information about alleged…