“I hate you Forever 21. I hate you so much.”
The prices at new concept store F21 Red are lower than ever. Is it possible to mass-produce $1.80 camisoles in a humane way?
Why is everything weird and sparkly?
Investment bank Jefferies sent clients a note Friday titled “Teenage Wasteland: Assessing the Post-Apocalyptic Future of Teen Retail.” According to its survey of more than 1,000 teens, American Eagle has more “brand relevance” than rivals Aeropostale and Abercrombie & Fitch.
Trust us, this is what he wants.
I don’t think that means what you think it means.
Forever 21 is known for it’s quirky twists on trends, but many of their items seem like they wouldn’t fit in anyone’s wardrobe. I always wonder where the clothes go when they don’t sell…
Use the cult television marathon as an excuse for a new outfit. Or lots of new outfits! It is a whole week, after all.
A small victory for a designer whose kitten leggings were lifted by the retailer.
Stereotypically bad mom clothes seem of a bygone era as retailers appeal to women of all generations.
You know you probably shouldn’t do it. But you do it.
Flying mannequin hands, children pulling the fire alarm, and fighting over pencils. Anonymous associates from stores around New York City share their craziest holiday shopping stories.
Because not having knees is the new black (and, well, has been since the birth of Photoshop). (via Amanda Riley)
Here is a selection of Forever 21 playlists for your work and home needs. I’m going to go spend $80 on purple tutus and headbands while shoving people now.