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Founded by Canadian businessman Dov Charney in , it was a vertically integrated company that ranked as one of the largest apparel manufacturers and marketers in North America.

After losing money for six consecutive years , [3] American Apparel filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in the U. In January , American Apparel laid off 2, Southern California workers and started the process of shutting down company factories and closing its stores, using Chapter 7-like tactics. As of mid, American Apparel runs as an online-only retailer and markets itself as "Ethically Made—Sweatshop Free," with the majority of its products being made internationally.

In January , the company had an executive board consisting entirely of women. American Apparel was founded in by Canadian Dov Charney.

In , after a variety of iterations, including a period of manufacturing in South Carolina , the company moved to Los Angeles. Charney began to sub-contract sewing with Sam Lim who, at the time, had a shop with 50 workers under the Interstate 10 freeway in east LA. Months later the two became partners. The company was ranked th in Inc.

In late , American Apparel went through a reverse merger and became listed on the American Stock Exchange. It is also one of the few clothing companies exporting "Made in the USA" goods and in sold about million dollars of domestically manufactured clothing outside of America.

Under the deal announced, American Apparel sold some The investors also received warrants to buy as much as In June , the Board of Directors decided to oust American Apparel founder, chairman and CEO, Dov Charney, after allegations of misconduct and inappropriate behaviour towards employees.

As co-chairmen the company appointed Allan Mayer and David Danziger. It was struggling to find funds as it prepared to report a torrid set of financial results in the coming weeks. The clothes retailer warned investors in August that it would not have enough cash to "sustain operations for the next twelve months" which raises "substantial doubt that we may be able to continue as a going concern".

The investment firms are supporters of Dov Charney. American Apparel designs, creates and prints its own advertisements. According to Adage , American Apparel's advertising 'telegraphs the brand' from person to person. It's like liberty, property, pursuit of happiness for every man worldwide. American Apparel images often display subjects with their blemishes, imperfections and asymmetrical features highlighted and attached with brief, personal descriptions. American Apparel complied with this ruling.

For a time, Charney used a branding strategy that spotlighted his treatment of workers, promoting American Apparel's goods as "sweatshop free. The stunt lasted almost a year, until it was revealed that the fake ads were actually Photoshop mockups.

American Apparel ran a tribute ad on the back cover of Vice magazine showing a compilation of the fake ads. From until , photographers such as Henrik Purienne and David Shama worked on a number of ad campaigns for American Apparel that defined the identity of the brand. In , American Apparel put up two billboards, one in New York and one in Los Angeles, featuring an image of Woody Allen 's character dressed as a Rabbi from the movie Annie Hall and Yiddish text, for a period of one week.

Although the company said as early as May that the billboards were meant "strictly as social parody ", [71] there was much debate over whether American Apparel's lawyers would use Allen's personal life, namely his affair with Soon-Yi Previn as their defense at the trial. The settlement was for half of Allen's initial demand. In addition to participating in a variety of immigration protests, the company launched an advertising and advocacy campaign called " Legalize LA ".

After the passing of Prop 8 which defines marriage in the state as one man and one woman in California in November , American Apparel launched the Legalize Gay campaign. In , American Apparel was named one of TheStreet. In a November ad running in Canadian alternative weeklies , the company describes itself as "a majority-owned Canadian company, founded and operated by Dov Charney, a Montrealer".

The ad goes on to say, "in the end, one of the important things that makes American Apparel special is its Canadian heritage". On this album, the song "Gorgeous" feat. Kid Cudi and Raekwon contained the following lyrics: In February , the band 5 Seconds of Summer released their hit single " She Looks So Perfect ", which included the following lyrics: The production system of American Apparel centralizes most of its employees in a single location.

By not outsourcing, Charney believes that he knows his workers better and that it ties them directly to the brand. Charney has stated that American Apparel hires its creatives by their sense of culture and fashion, not their resume. The company has been criticized for its unconventional corporate culture. American Apparel has been subject to seven public sexual harassment lawsuits, though to date, they have all been dismissed, "thrown out," remanded to arbitration, or in one case, settled but with "no monetary liability to the company.

Charney responded with legal action attempting to retain his positions. As of , the company employed more than 10, people and operated more than retail locations in 20 countries. New York Times reporter Rob Walker wrote about the controversy in his book Buying In and revealed that since the unionization drive, the company Sweat X, which was held up as the example for what American Apparel should be, had since gone out of business.

He quotes Charney saying more explicitly that "[Sweat X] As early as , American Apparel has been a vocal advocate for reform of U. Dov Charney, a Canadian, also marched alongside the workers. In , they added a route from their factory that eventually connected with other supporters near the city hall. About 1, workers were let go in September of that year as a result. American Apparel responded with questions of the effectiveness of such an action and said "[the firings] will not help the economy, will not make us safer.

No matter how we choose to define or label them [undocumented immigrants] are hard-working, taxpaying workers. It lost us an enormous amount of money. It cost us agility. The company depends on environmentally friendly practices and is known for its innovations in sustainability due to vertical integration. This otherwise wasted material reduces the amount of fabric the company needs to produce in addition to expanding its product line and saves approximately 30, pounds of cotton per week.

American Apparel maintains a bicycle lending program for its employees [] and according to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals it is a vegan -friendly clothing company. In , the company hosted a bikini car wash benefit with the American Red Cross to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. American Apparel was criticized in October for a 'culturally insensitive display' in one of its New York stores.

The display used imagery associated with Traditional African religion and Afro-American religion. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information.

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