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American Apparel: From edgy to teetering on the edge

Following news that American Apparel has filed for bankruptcy, fashion journalist Septembre Anderson forecasts the future of the retailer.
LA-based American Apparel, known for its sexually charged advertising, has filed for bankruptcy protection. (Kyle James Patrick/American Apparel)

Following news that American Apparel has filed for bankruptcy protection, q fashion correspondent Septembre Anderson forecasts the future of the retailer. 

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