About American Apparel

American Apparel is a leading basics brand for young adults and people of all ages, with both wholesale and retail divisions globally. The company is known for cutting-edge advertising and product branding. Its "Made in Downtown LA" operations have contributed to significant brand awareness and a cult status worldwide.

American Apparel uses a vertically integrated business model which minimizes the use of sub-contractors and offshore labor. Knitting, dyeing, sewing, photography, marketing, distribution, and design all happen in our facilities in Los Angeles.

American Apparel is a publicly traded company, having completed a merger with Endeavor Acquisition Corp. on December 12, 2007.


Recent Releases

May 15, 2015
American Apparel Sues Dov Charney for Violations of His Standstill Agreement

May 11, 2015
American Apparel, Inc. Announces $10.0 Million At-the-Market Offering

May 11, 2015
American Apparel, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2015 Financial Results

Mar 25, 2015
American Apparel, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter 2014 Financial Results


 

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(NYSE: APP)
Price:
$0.55
Change:
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Volume:
504,200
Open:
0.55
Previous Close
0.55
Day High:
$0.57
Day Low:
$0.54
52-week High:
1.30
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0.50
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Investor Contacts
Chelsea Grayson
American Apparel
General Counsel, Executive Vice President and Secretary
Tel. +1 (213) 488-0226

investors@americanapparel.net