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Lululemon founder Chip Wilson’s brief gig appearing on lists of Canada’s richest people came to an end this year, and that
A lot of people will directly correlate Chip Wilson's decision to stand down as Lululemon Non-Executive Chairman to comments he made in November, when he redirected a question about the quality of the fabric of the company's pants, suggesting that they may not be appropriate for all women's body types. His resignation will be called a necessity, a firing, and a forced move. This is an over-simplified view of what is really happening at Lululemon.
The retailer (Nasdaq:LULU) reported Thursday improved third-quarter earnings compared with a year ago, but warned that its
In an interview with Bloomberg TV on Tuesday, Lululemon founder Chip Wilson explained that when the company's pants become see-through or start to pill, the problem may have more to do with the shape and size of the woman wearing the garment than the garment itself. "Some women's bodies just actually don't work for [the pants]," Wilson said. "...it's really about the rubbing through the thighs, how much pressure is there over a period of time and how much they use it." In other words, don't blame the "In the Flow" crops. They can't help it if your legs are just too flabby for proper athletic-wear functioning.
Lululemon founder Chip Wilson apologized after comments he made about how some women's bodies "just don't actually work" with
Lululemon hasn't exactly had the best track record as of late (see here, here, here, and here.) But its most recent debacle
If your thighs rub together, Lululemon’s pants may not be for you. Canada’s 10th-richest man and the founder of Lululemon