Along with Weight Watchers.
Abercrombie’s Sales Rose, But Not As Much As Expected
They don't care if they lose more money as long as people finally start buying stuff.
Also, the store reeks.
December marked the chain's 21st month in sales declines.
Also, Giorgio Armani was aghast at the long line outside the Abercrombie flagship.
The luxury conglomerate is reportedly looking to shed its less glamorous brands to scoop up a few mid-market ones.
Also, images of Carlos Falchi's Target line are trickling out.
Corporate bigotry + corporate ineptitude = justice.
Best. Lawsuit. Ever.
It's basically the opposite of Cintra Wilson's JCPenney review that ran last week.
After three straight quarters of double-digit sales declines, executives are reevaluating things.
The store forced her to work in the stockroom.
Also, Michael Bastian is designing a fall collection for Gant.
Shirtless models are perhaps only a good idea in theory.
They might, since their jeans don't START at $98 anymore.
The marketing attempts are desperate, but they just might work.
Guess that price-cutting last month didn't work.
And Michelle Obama and the Queen of England are BFFs.