Plus, top buyers and sellers of New Balance items differ between red and blue states.
They may be coming soon to a Zara near you. Or at least Urban Outfitters.
Plus, watch Petra Collins' new Gucci video.
Plus, Supreme implements a new line system for its fall 2016 drop.
The Los Angeles retailer will become privately held as part of its plans to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy, leaving Charney with nothing.
Unable to file a proper quarterly report, the retailer provided estimates of its third-quarter results.
Bankruptcy court documents reveal just how much the company's value has declined since its heyday.
And Bloomingdale's accidentally awarded some shoppers up to $25,000 in store credit.
In the early months of summer, sales were down 17 percent.
A year after Charney was first suspended from the company, there's no resolution in sight.
It claims that a number of current and former board members assisted in getting Dov Charney fired.
Another complaint from a former employee has landed in American Apparel's lap.
They're claiming they weren't given sufficient notice.
The ad is designed to position American Apparel as a pro-female company.
Episode IV: "A New Hope."
"This is a very sad day," says CEO Paula Schneider.
And Denmark is the latest country to discourage designers' use of underweight models.
Why American Apparel's new vanilla marketing strategy — obliterating models' body parts — is alienating an important group of people: its faithful female fans.
The federal agency is taking a second look at the situation surrounding Charney's departure.
And one of the founders of Vena Cava launched a jewelry line.
And a very strange twist in the Dolce & Gabbana vs. Elton John saga.