and New York have seen an increase in apparel manufacturing jobs–800 new jobs in July alone. {WWD} Dov Charney Is Being Creepy, Again: American Apparel now sells this shirt reading "Teenagers Do It Better," which goes really nicely with Charney's multiple sexual harrassment charges (some of...

It's hard to remember a time when American Apparel founder and CEO Dov Charney was not the subject of controversy, whether it's for forcing employees into sex slavery, putting out pornographic ad campaigns or repeatedly almost leading his business into bankruptcy. As unimaginable as it is,...

American Apparel founder and CEO Dov Charney is apparently facing a $260 million dollar lawsuit this week alleging that he pressured a former teenage employee to engage in lewd sexual acts with him in order to keep her job at the fashion retailer. It's gotta be the shocker of the year that the...

Somewhere, an American Apparel investor is praying Dov Charney's remarkable ability to garner headlines will somehow translate to in store sales. But in the meantime, Taiwanese animation aficionadosNMA have included the ailing brand in their latest offering: "America's Fastest Dying...

The ads in question are shilling tights and tees, two of American Apparel's mainstays. According to the Guardian, a complaint was filed for "offensive, irresponsible, and overtly sexual" t-shirt ads that displayed the seemingly underage female models' breasts underneath. The ASA said:...

American Apparel suspended Charney six months before firing him, alleging misuse of company funds and a failure to stop a subordinate from posting false blog entries about former employees. The latest lawsuit, filed by American Apparel stakeholder Standard General on Monday, alleged that...

View Fullscreen It's so hard to talk about American Apparel without using the D-word. As in, Dov Charney, the controversial impresario who built American Apparel from a tiny T-shirt company into a lifestyle empire selling everything from books to bodysuits, to, um, baseball tees for...

We are aware that American Apparel founder and CEO Dov Charney isn't quite on his best behavior during office hours. Not only has there been an ongoing investigation of his "alleged misconduct," but Charney has gotten away with multiple lawsuits of misbehavior and sexual harassment for years,...

For the remaining people still needing another reason to think that ousted American Apparel CEO Dov Charney is a misogynist and a massive supercreep, the New York Post has obtained internal company emails claiming that Charney called workers "sluts" and "pigs" and forced them to work up to 84...

Almost all of the company's creditors support the Monarch-backed plan, including a committee of unsecured creditors, who settled the last of their differences with American Apparel. That leaves Charney as the only major objector to American Apparel's reorganization proposal. The retailer...

 

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