The chain was at the center of a BuzzFeed News story earlier this month looking at scheduling practices in the retail industry.
Just when you thought it was safe to wear an expensive hoodie. Luckily, there haven’t been any serious injuries.
In a new round of legal filings, Dov Charney describes Standard General’s lengthy pursuit of a partnership that quickly turned toxic.
In a court filing, American Apparel’s chair provided explicit details allegedly uncovered during an investigation into the company’s ousted founder. WARNING: Graphic language.
J.Crew, Banana Republic, and Gap are all holding massive sales right now after fashion missteps. Now you can compare those prices to their factory merchandise, which is also available online.
As America’s biggest mall clothing store dramatically scales back its business, struggling malls across the country will take a hit.
The reckoning within retail is far from over.
The line between full-price stores and outlet locations has all but vanished.
The retailer has been hit hard by declining sales and complaints from once-loyal customers.
“The millennial spirit is not about age but about involvement, individuality and self-expression,” American Apparel told investors in a presentation. “Nudity and blatant sexual innuendo” are out.
More than one in seven dollars spent at Lululemon is for men’s items. And the company’s rise as a brand for guys is just getting started.
The controversial form of scheduling locks staff into shifts that can be canceled at the last minute, with no pay. But a lawsuit in California, and investigation in New York, could lead to big changes.
The company’s “Look Policy” led the clothing retailer not to hire a woman who wore a headscarf.
The department store operator will start piloting an in-home (or in-office) tailoring service, run by Men’s Wearhouse founder George Zimmer.
“For Snake People, A Generational Divide.” H/T creator @ericwbailey.
Sales fell by 20%, the biggest quarterly decline since going public in 2002. The company’s CEO reiterates his promise for a brand resurrection this fall.
Anthropologie had a bad quarter, and analysts peppered executives with questions about what went wrong. The culprits: dresses and accessories.
The company is so mad at founder Dov Charney.
The clothing company sued the ex-chief executive officer in May for violating the terms of an agreement.
Because the rent is too damn high, Bloomberg News reports. It’s looking for another location, but won’t have a physical presence in the meantime.