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American Apparel

Gildan Activewear’s Earnings Miss Points to Bigger Trends

Most people shop for activewear in stores.

AAFA Deeply Concerned Over Reports of Forced Labor in China

This forced labor is connected to Western supply chains and consumers, as Xinjiang produces over 80 percent…

Cotton Inc. Opens Limited-Time Online Shop on Amazon

The Cotton Style House Collection will come to life July 26 to 28 for an immersive pop-up fashion and…

American Apparel Looks for Branding Play With New Live Nation Deal

The three-year contract makes American Apparel the official printwear partner at select Live Nation venues…

American Apparel Pulls Back on Los Angeles Store Plans — for Now

Brick-and-mortar will remain on hold as the company stays busy with its imprintables and online business.  

Modcloth Installs New Management Team

Two of the new hires were instrumental in American Apparel's relaunch.

Malls Need More Than One Function to Survive

The malls of the future will have to offer more than shopping to stay in business.

Former American Apparel Boss Named True Religion Interim CEO

The denim firm will conduct a search for a new chief executive officer, with the announced retirement of John…

American Apparel Ups Ante on Restart With Global E-commerce, Eye on Retail

The fashionable basics brand, after getting on firmer footing in the U.S. market, will now broaden its…

Dov Charney on Los Angeles Apparel, Domestic Manufacturing

WWD caught up with the Los Angeles manufacturer as he talked financing, domestic production, T-shirts and the…

Gildan Growing With American Apparel, but Sees Private Label Competition

American Apparel is proving a positive acquisition, but retailers are encroaching on business with a big…

The Once-Polarizing Scrunchie Makes Its Way Back to Fashion

In an effort to recontextualize the scrunchie, one label has begun calling them "hair clouds."

What to Watch in Retail: Comeback Kids

American Apparel, Wet Seal and Nasty Gal recently bit the dust but are being resurrected.

Signet’s First Female CEO May Be Stepping Onto a ‘Glass Cliff’

Virginia Drosos is no doubt qualified to lead Signet, but she's coming on at a tough time for the retailer.

State Earmarks $3M to Laid Off American Apparel Workers

The money would go toward training for 600 workers.