But it won’t be made in America anymore...
‘The women had breasts, bums and thighs, they had stretch marks. They were human, beautiful and desirable. Suddenly, it was a little easier to look in the mirror’
The company was mired in controversy, but at its heart was a desire to produce clothing that did not harm and exploit the people who made it
Focussing on basics for men and women manufactured entirely in the USA, the new label sounds suspiciously similar to the ex American Apparel CEO’s previous venture
The American Apparel founder could be about to salvage the near-bankrupt brand, as he bids to regain control of the LA label
After months of speculation, the brand finally announced its plans to restructure this morning
$210.6 million in debt, the purveyors of racy ads and hipster basics have admitted that they could be going out of business soon
This prevents Dov Charney from making negative statements about the company to the press
A special committee concluded that ‘it would not be appropriate’ for Charney to remain an employee
The real question is, why didn't this happen sooner?
The ousted CEO is trying to wrestle control back from the board that kicked him out
The ousted American Apparel founder wants a $23m payout, but his own board is refusing to meet with him