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American Apparel Desperate for Attention

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Seriously American Apparel? We get that your brand is completely sexist and loves exploiting women but this is an all time new low. So beyond cheesy.

via: The Coveted

8 Responses to American Apparel Desperate for Attention

  1. Jhooks

    oh wow… just wow

  2. I don’t know if you’ve seen but American Apparel banners fly on this very website Fatlace.com look at the top of the page… somtimes…

  3. sandy

    so like.. are those buttless tights comfortable?

  4. spensaur

    Seeking attention due to lack of business? I heard they’re going bankrupt.

  5. Leila

    I wish people would realise that AA’s recent financial troubles stem from logistics errors, not because they show tits and arse in their advertisements. It is possible to argue that the fashion industry in its entirety capitalises on, and exploits, female sexuality.

    It is also, arguably, more damaging that much of the fashion industry uses images of pre-pubescent girls as the standard for female sexuality.

    I’m not saying American Apparel ad’s are ideal, but the barrage of anti-AA statements are also unfounded. Say what you will about Dov Charney, but his business model is prolific and he should be credited for being a businessman with progressive ideas.

    The clothes AA make, in my experience of the brand, fit incredibly and I’m treated well by the people that work in the stores. That’s what I look for when I shop, that’s what I find there. End of.

  6. +1 for Jarod. Really? You’re going to dis one of your advertising companies on your site, come on. lmao.

    As for Amer..App… at least they keep their shit made in the states!

    Stay up.

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  8. I see two heads with a hand cupped to their ear…

    Oh, the chappette’s!

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