There have been a lot of comparisons made over the last week or so between Abercrombie & Fitch founder, Mike "We only like the cool kids" Jeffries and Lululemon founder, Chip "Our designs aren't flawed, your bodies are" Wilson. But there's one big difference between these two clothing moguls
Abercrombie & Fitch, get ready for another hailstorm aimed your way. After being lambasted for refusing to stock larger sizes for women in their stores (and apologizing not once, but twice) and gettin...
Abercrombie & Fitch is apologizing... again. After setting off a firestorm of controversy for refusing to stock women's sizes XL and XXL in their stores and the resurfacing of CEO Mike Jeffries' infla...
I feel sorry for Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries. All he did was say out loud what the vast majority of clothing lines already seem to be thinking and practicing. We can, and should, help young people to realize that there are many profound satisfactions to be had in life that do not rely on achieving a certain appearance or level of popularity (a fact that becomes comfortingly obvious as we age, yet is often difficult to grasp in high school). But we shouldn't blame A&F for being honest enough to articulate an omnipresent elitist marketing strategy no one else wants to own up to. We are, after all, the ones that make such strategies pay off.
Chris Carmack plays a wild, outspoken country singer on the hit TV show "Nashville" and it turns out, he's just as opnionated as his TV alter ego. The former "The O.C." star took to Twitter over the w...