The fashionable basics brand, after getting on firmer footing in the U.S. market, will now broaden its distribution.
WWD caught up with the Los Angeles manufacturer as he talked financing, domestic production, T-shirts and the rebuilding of a culturally relevant business.
American Apparel is proving a positive acquisition, but retailers are encroaching on business with a big private label push.
In an effort to recontextualize the scrunchie, one label has begun calling them “hair clouds.”
Virginia Drosos is no doubt qualified to lead Signet, but she’s coming on at a tough time for the retailer.
The money would go toward training for 600 workers.
The revived brand under Gildan plans to introduce a lower-cost basics line produced in Central America.
The two worked together at American Apparel and have forged new ties with TSC now the exclusive distributor for Charney’s new enterprise.
A Los Angeles court wasn’t convinced that statements made in the wake of Charney’s termination defamed him.
The apparel company’s request to extend a period of exclusivity for filing its bankruptcy plan faces opposition from the hedge fund.
Gildan executives said American Apparel can make good on their $88 million investment in the brand.