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So, looks like American Apparel will not be doing Russia's 2014 Olympic uniforms after all. According to WWD, after "reviewing his e-mail," Dov Char
Looks like American Apparel may be designing the uniforms for some proud red, white, and blue-wearing Olympians...who aren't American. In a conversation about clothing manufacturing and national pride that has come to a head today because of the Ralph Lauren "Made in China" US Olympic uniform controversy, Dov Charney has now thrown his voice into the melee. The New York Post is reporting that American Apparel is apparently in talks to design Russia's Olympic uniforms. Russia and AA have reportedly been talking since 2011 about the US-based retailer manufacturing Russia's 2014 winter Olympics uniforms. And why is this happening, you ask? Charney told the paper, “[Russian Olympic team representatives] said they didn’t want anything that was made in China.” Charney told the Post that the line for Russia would include both uniforms and merchandise. We reached out to American Apparel for more information, and a rep confirmed that they were still in talks at this time. But it turns out that Charney wants to help with America's uniforms, too.
Name: Anfisa Occupation: Model How would you describe your style? Russian meets New York. What would you never wear? Denim on denim. What was the past song you listened to? She's in Parties by Bauhaus.
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