Shocking no one, American Apparel is getting another slap on the wrist for the titillating ads it runs on its website. But this time, the charge is more serious: Britain's Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is accusing the retailer of "sexualizing" models under the age of 16. Oof....
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American Apparel's Dov Charney Finds Himself in Trouble Again
December 4, 2012
From The Huffington Post
Dov Charney, chief executive officer of American Apparel, the clothing retailer best known for manufacturing its clothes in the United States, stands accused of conduct that seems more typical of an overseas sweatshop boss. A lawsuit filed last week in a Los Angeles court by a former store manager accuses Charney of choking him, throwing dirt at him and deriding him with an anti-gay slur.
American Apparel Billboard Causes Controversy
November 15, 2012
From FOX 7 KTBC
Too sexy for SoCo. That's what moms are saying about an American Apparel ad displaying a woman in tights and a nude bra. It catches your attention. The lady in the nude bra and black tights above the American Apparel store has caused a lot of people along South Congress to do a double take. Moms Greta Atkinson and Page Janeff say it has no place in their neighborhood. "I was really offended by it," Atkinson said.