It Happened This Week

american-apparel-stock-market.jpg
This week, American Apparel enraged the stock exchange, Abercrombie & Fitch resurrected their controversial porny-quarterly, Derek Blasberg's caught the blunt end of the fashion media, and Taylor Jacobson's klepto tendencies were revealed. Read on!
Advertisement
1. American Apparel may apparently be knocked off the stock market if they don't pay some people who they need to pay. Stock up on basics now before Dov makes his final boo boo. (The Cut)
2. Abercrombie and Fitch's nude-ish quarterly catalog is back in stores. Horny tweens (and horny Bruce Weber fans, too)—denim-clad porny pics are up for grabs now! (Fashionista)
3. Will Anna Dello Russo move to W Magazine? Will that mean she'll have to move her extra apartment's worth of clothing overseas? (The Daily)
4. Fashion media's newest punching bag is Derek Blasberg. To wit: He's a greedy writer! A twitterer with an agenda! A he-devil of beautiful friends and free Cole Haan shoes! (Jezebel)
5. Tom Ford was moved to consider making a second film based on the success of "A Single Man." (Grazia)
Advertisement
6. Rachel Zoe's former assistant Taylor Jacobson was apparently fired because things started disappearing from Rachel's fashion closet. (Fashionologie)
7. In the newest Dolce & Gabbanna campaign, Madonna's male companion is only 17 years old. (Models.com)
8. Someone who really doesn't like Anna Wintour created a fairly crass line of "F*ck Anna" tees. (Refinery29)
9. La Roux is planning on using the boys from Viktor & Rolf in her new music video. Slim tuxes and thick specs all around! (WWD)
Advertisement