In Quibi's "Big Rad Wolf," Dov Charney and some of his former employees detail the rise and fall of the fashion brand.
Eliana Gil Rodriguez sought out to create a chic line of wardrobe staples "from the point of view of the woman who's actually wearing it."
Plus, Calvin Klein is in for a multi-year partnership with the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
And what the small team who resurrected it have planned for the still-beloved brand post-acquisition, from supply chain and marketing to pricing and stores.
From the Revolutionary War to American Apparel, the concept of being "Made in the U.S.A." has served different purposes throughout our nation's history.
Fashionista editors share what the failed company meant to them.
TBH I can't decide whether I'm more upset about AA, or the inauguration.
Which means that 3,500 factory employees could suddenly be out of work.
A bankruptcy court judge only has to make it official.
Plus, The Limited will shutter its stores nationwide.
After striking a deal with Gildan Activewear, the struggling retailer voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Monday.
Plus, Alessandro Michele curates the latest issue of "A" Magazine.
Plus, Lane Bryant debuts a new campaign starring Gabourey Sidibe, Danielle Brooks and more familiar faces.
Plus, Speedo and Ralph Lauren are sticking with Ryan Lochte.
Plus, Opening Ceremony collaborates with Lacoste.
Plus, Coachella will only hand out photo passes to media outlets "at the discretion of the festival."
Bring on the bodysuits.
Plus, American Apparel to add more sizes, better T-shirts.
The latest in the American Apparel Saga.
And Alessandra Ambrosio goes topless for "GQ."
Plus, Kendall Jenner will auction off her Easter Sunday criss-cross top for charity.