American Apparel — plagued by debt, sales declines, production delays, and that discrimination kerfuffle — warned that its stock may be delisted. "American Apparel is unique because they're on the cusp of a total collapse," says one analyst. [MSNBC]
Chloë Sevigny, on prints, and her latest Opening Ceremony collection: "Very Natalie Merchant, you know? It has this timeless, alterna-girl look. I still dress like how I did as a senior in high school, but with a higher heel." [DFR]
Jennifer Lopez's 15 perfumes have sold more than $1 billion at retail. She's launching a 16th, Love and Glamour, this fall. "I drive [fragrance company Coty] a little bit crazy," she says. "Because it's always not signature enough." [WWD]
Susan Travers may be the most amazing woman you've never heard of: an English socialite who became a Free French ambulance driver, she earned the Legion d'Honneur and become the only woman in the French Foreign Legion. [BBC] »9/24/09 1:30pm 9/24/09 1:30pm
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