In Quibi's "Big Rad Wolf," Dov Charney and some of his former employees detail the rise and fall of the fashion brand.
Plus, meet the first Black photographer to shoot a "Vanity Fair" cover.
Fashion and beauty brands are using their factories to produce everything from hospital gowns to hand sanitizers.
With his new company back in the public eye, Charney is again taking on social issues.
Plus, Dov Charney owes $2.2 million in legal fees.
Plus, Meghan Markle has a rumored secret wedding planner.
Fashionista editors share what the failed company meant to them.
Plus, Lindsey Wixson has a message for Uber.
Plus, Coachella will only hand out photo passes to media outlets "at the discretion of the festival."
The American Apparel founder will start a line of U.S.-made basics for men and women. Sound familiar?
The Los Angeles retailer will become privately held as part of its plans to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy, leaving Charney with nothing.
Plus, Mila Kunis is producing a comedy about Juicy Couture's founders.
A year after his official termination, American Apparel's founder might make another run at regaining control of the brand.
And Bloomingdale's accidentally awarded some shoppers up to $25,000 in store credit.
And media conglomerate IMG has acquired The Wall Group.
A year after Charney was first suspended from the company, there's no resolution in sight.
It's a point for American Apparel, at least for now.
And Christy Turlington has created maternity jeans for Citizens of Humanity.
And American Apparel founder Dov Charney filed a lawsuit against hedge fund Standard General for allegedly paying a law firm millions to come up with reasons to oust him.
Another complaint from a former employee has landed in American Apparel's lap.
Episode IV: "A New Hope."
And Denmark is the latest country to discourage designers' use of underweight models.