A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge on Jan. 12 gave Gildan Activewear the go-ahead to purchase the American Apparel name, some of the brand’s equipment as well as its wholesale merchandise following the Los Angeles clothing manufacturer’s bankruptcy filing in November.
For years, the cofounder of the Michael Stars clothing company in Los Angeles owned a separate showroom business called Lerner et Cie, which represented the Michael Stars collection as well as other brands.
Raj Swim, the largest swimwear manufacturer in Orange County, Calif., started out the new year with a bang.
Swimwear designer Anne Cole, who came from a family of apparel and swimwear makers, dies at the age of 90.
Gildan ups its offer and wins the bid for American Apparel.
A new shopping venture rising up in Long Beach gets a commitment from Nordstrom Rack.
Kevin Mahoney’s spacious corner office at the Manhattan Beachwear headquarters is still sparsely decorated since his arrival in August. But in one corner stands an artistic homage to his 18 years as the youngest president of The Arrow Shirt Co.
Montalba Architects receives American Architecture Award for design of The Row flagship in Los Angeles.
As the deadline looms for buyers to submit their bids for bankrupt American Apparel, rumors are flying about who is thinking about making an offer.
Yogasmoga, the upstart East Coast manufacturer of yogawear, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in December, closing all its stores except one.