There’s been a lot of talk about Colossal Clothing over the past few days—not to brag, or anything—but as sometimes happens on the internet, a few folks have gotten things twisted up. Salon, you’re officially on notice.
It’s not a sister brand, a brother brand, or any other kind of relation to our beloved American Apparel. The Colossal folks are renting American Apparel’s factory, but the designs and clothes are all their own. And, much as we love him, Mr. Charney isn’t calling any kind of shots at Colossal Clothing.
And in case you don’t believe us, take a look at Colossal’s website. Notice any hot girls in tights?
Apparently we’re ahead of our time.
Seven months after we warned against the dangers of the v-neck, it’s blossomed into a full-fledged trend. If only they’d listened…
Today, Radar printed a call-to-arms against the rising tide of club-goers in deep V-necks. According to the article, which had the good grace to mention us as a source, the deep-V has replaced the striped shirt as the go-to outfit for the huddled masses crowding the door at the clubs everywhere. And if the bouncer reads Radar, God help you.
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