Last week, American Apparel CEO Paula Schneider announced a round of layoffs as a part of a manufacturing “redesign” for the struggling company, which recently emerged from bankruptcy; she also hinted that the company may begin outsourcing the manufacturing of some garments to other parts of the country. This week,…
You might think that ousted American Apparel CEO Dov Charney would have grown tired of the courtroom by now, but you would be wrong!
Heather Thomson—who recently quit Real Housewives of New York to focus on her fashion brand, Yummie by Heather Thomson—is embroiled in a months-long lawsuit with Yummie’s manager, whom her lawyer says has “irreparably damaged” the company.
At a hearing that started Wednesday in a Delaware bankruptcy court and continued today, Dov Charney, the ousted CEO of American Apparel, has attempted to convince a judge to reject the company’s reorganization plan—a plan which would leave shareholders, including Charney, with nothing.
It’s a shitty Christmas indeed for American Apparel—for factory workers, and upper management, and ousted CEO/founder Dov Charney, and nearly everyone even remotely involved with this shuddering mess of a company.
According to an anonymous source within the company, American Apparel has started scaling back up towards a sexier image—some aspects of which are making employees uncomfortable. Last week, the company asked retail workers to wear shirts that say “Ask Me to Take It All Off” this coming Black Friday. “American Apparel…
Dov Charney, American Apparel’s former CEO, is long past being down to his last $100K—although his resolve to win back the company is apparently undimmed, Charney can’t even afford legal representation.
Less than a year after controversial American Apparel CEO and founder Dov Charney was permanently booted from the company on charges of sexual harassment and misuse of company funds, his successor, Paula Schneider, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Moschino designer Jeremy Scott was minding his own freaking business at the premiere for “The People’s Designer,” a documentary about his amazing journey to the upper echelons of the fashion world and his friendship with Rita Ora, when some total nobody served him with legal papers! HIDEOUS! APPALLING! LITERALLY…
Things are most definitely not going well at American Apparel, a notion rendered bizarrely concrete by a demonstration held last week in which a piñata likeness of CEO Paula Schneider was hacked apart by workers wearing “I <3 Dov” t-shirts outside the company’s headquarters.
Lululemon is once again dealing with a product recall. The company is recalling the drawstrings from over 318,000 women’s hoodies and tops after several customers reported that the cord snapped back and hit them in the face, causing minor injuries.
Immediately following the layoffs of 175 J.Crew staff members last week, Alejandro Rhett, VP of men’s merchandising, went out drinking.
The police in Bangladesh have filed formal murder charges against 41 people accused of being responsible for the 2013 Rana Plaza building collapse, which killed more than 1,100 garment factory workers and injured over 2,500.
Here's the cover for Candy (or C☆NDY)'s fifth anniversary special issue, titled "The Role Models," starring Laverne Cox, Janet Mock, Carmen Carrera, and Geena Rocero—"the glamorous women who lead the trans revolution."
Salma Hayek launched her beauty line Nuance Salma Hayek exclusively at CVS three years ago, but this fall it's getting a new boost of energy: print ads for the products will be featured in several fashion magazines.
After the September issue of Vogue leaked on Friday, the magazine has now posted shots of the expandable cover on their Instagram account, which is fitting, given that the cover line is "The Instagirls! Models of the moment in the clothes of the season."
Photos of Vogue's September issue have slithered onto the Internet, and, surprisingly, the biggest cover of the year features three models (Joan Smalls, Cara Delevingne and Karlie Kloss).