A few days ago we reported that American Apparel Bankruptcy Deal Leaves Retail Future In Doubt. Today we find out that all American Apparel Stores are closing even the one in Harlem on 125th Street.
With a store on 125th Street in Harlem, American Apparel, was once a high-flying retailer that peaked at more than $600 million in sales, is probably headed toward liquidation.
American Apparel on 125th Street has filed for bankruptcy in the US, less than one week after its UK subsidiary appointed administrators.
Harlem’s American Apparel on 125th Street and around the world is known for its support of the LGBTQ community almost as much as its lamé leggings and controversial advertising.
American Apparel LLC has a store on 125th Street in Harlem, and with a view to revamping its production process, troubled teen apparel retailer American Apparel is laying off hundreds of workers and may start outsourcing part of its production, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday.
American Apparel on 125th Street in Harlem has stepped into on-demand delivery in partnership with Postmates. The promise: one-hour delivery anywhere in the US for more than 50 items from its Basics line, for a delivery cost of $1.99.
After filing for bankruptcy back in October, American Apparel has been quietly but quickly closing selected stores throughout the city. The most recent shuttering happened at their iconic Lower East Side location, and now the trendy basics brand has cleared out another Upper West Side location, this time at 109th Street and Columbus Avenue.
Business of Fashion reports that American Apparel Inc., the Los Angeles-based seller of t-shirts and underwear, with two locations in Harlem, filed for bankruptcy protection as it reorganizes its debt.
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