The formulas seemed a little thicker than my other American Apparel nail lacquers but great none the less. Try doing 2 thin coats and you should be good to go. Army Jacket – dusty taupe-like pea green with a crème finish Mac Arthur Park – murky moss green with yellow tones and a crème...

That gorgeous gal with gams for days is none other than Isis King from Cycle 11 of America's Next Top Model — the show's first-ever openly transgendered contestant. Just in time for LGBT Pride Month, the brand is promoting its very popular "Legalize Gay" line of shirts. In an effort to raise...

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For a number of reasons, I've always avoided talking about American Apparel on the blog. However, a couple of days ago I came across something that is just too brilliant not to discuss! You may have heard about some of American Apparel's customary activities: coke-fuelled orgies, sexual...

A couple of calls to two of American Apparel's three Australian boutiques bore no fruit. The staff were extremely tight-lipped. All they would tell frockwriter was that everything is managed directly from the American Apparel headquarters in Los Angeles. But is it all that surprising, really?...

Nancy Upton was one of about a thousand women who entered American Apparel's newest contest, but she was probably the ONLY one who entered hoping not to win. AA is no stranger to controversy but this time they've opened up a whole new can of worms. The company created a photo contest trying...

By Emili Vesilind on September 25, 2011 Nancy Upton, a Dallas actress who entered American Apparel's "Next Big Thing" plus-size modeling contest — and won by popular vote online — was shunned by American Apparel execs for mocking the concept of the contest itself. Why? She posed for...

Nancy Upton, the awesome lady who skewered American Apparel's not-awesome "XLent" model search, has returned from the brand sponsored trip to Los Angeles she was offered after being disqualified from winning the contest. And sadly, while it appeared like American Apparel had good intentions...

• American Apparel has launched a plus-sized model contest called "The Next Big Thing." We'll assume the pun was intended. With their newly available XL options, that size 0 hipster chick they found sniffing around Bushwick ain't gonna cut it: " Calling curvy ladies everywhere! Our...

I believe the women who entered the American Apparel 'contest' are beautiful, brave people, and my attempt here to respond to the company's course of action is JUST that — it is in no way a comment or critique of the women who have submitted photos." To the latter, the question we should be...

 

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