Let me put it in terms you'll understand -when your business goes away, so does the pussy. So fix this! I wanna wear my 50/25/25 tees in a nursing home, you asshole.
People should overdress more. Or at least have the option. Jeans and tank tops are infiltrating the opera, and it doesn't feel appropriate to wear dramatic outfits very many places.
J.,...I think we need to talk. You know how much I like you. I did right from the start, ever since "First Look at Fall, 2006." All those plaids and flannels--it was intense!
"The Basic" is a piece of clothing that transcends time or fashion. It is well made, it has a simple structure and accessible design, it breathes, it moves with you, and it goes with everything.
Screw bundling up! Forget looking like a tortured marshmallow! The days are upon us, people, and I'm about to give you a few tips on how to dress against the weather.
By thumbing its nose at organized labor, American Apparel turned its back on a natural ally for immigration reform.
As leading fashion labels have started favoring celebrities to models, younger labels are tapping into the vast pool of "real people" and using them as models.
The forced downsizing of American Apparel is more than a tragedy. It is a canary in the coalmine for how the most vulnerable populations in this country will fare under the Obama administration.
You've got to hand it to American Apparel -- they're always finding new ways to make tired cotton and spandex duds into something exciting and marketable
Trade in your most recent "totally ironic" cheap beer choice...and try on a brand new set of made-for-summer affectations!
The entire tussle, while ostensibly about rights of publicity -- American Apparel used an unauthorized image of Woody Allen in an advertising campaign -- is about who's grosser.
Even fashion demi-god Karl Lagerfeld maintains a Chanel-centric Twitter account where we get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into one of design's most brilliant minds.
I'm going to ask several things of you today, graduates, with number one being that if this stack of cocktail napkins holding my speech is blown away, please retrieve them for me because I have my ATM pin number scrawled on each one.
However people feel about American Apparel, it's usually passionate. I've seen friends argue about this company with the same intensity they put into religion and politics.
American Apparel's fashion sense is personal, retro, preppy, cute, disco, outre. Whatever their designers want to wear, it seems, they figure we'll want to wear. And most of the time they're right.
It's the moment that fills the dreams (and nightmares) of business execs. You are standing in a grocery aisle, presented with 10 different kinds of tomato sauces in 40 different flavors. Which one do you choose?