Let’s take a look at the models, designers, and tastemakers who most impacted the fashion world this year. More
Topic: Mike Jeffries
Oh, you’re sorry because
everyone hates you now and you’re afraid of your stocks falling your comments and practices discourage inclusivity and diversity? Well, good. I guess. But …oh, what’s that ol’ saying that definitely applies here? “Too little too late”? More
A little while ago, Abercrombie & Fitch CEO
Clayface Mike Jeffries made some really awful comments about why his fratty Americana mall clothes don’t come in larger sizes. A recent article (focusing on the brand’s desire for thin, popular customers) brought the comments back around and a new outcry surged on the internet, especially from the fat acceptance community. One blogger, Jes at The Militant Baker, decided to write an open letter to Jeffries.
…Even better, she did a photoshoot to accompany that letter, imagining ‘fat Abercrombie ads’ that reflect positive body image. More
Please enjoy this quick, life-affirming clip of Mike Jeffries–an anchor for Philadelphia’s Fox affiliate Channel 29–ruthlessly mock Kim and Kourtney Kardashian (who are on to promote their prosaically named collaboration with Sears, The Kardashian Kollection). Once the segment ends, Jeffries wonders aloud if the Kardashians can still hear him, then pulls up his shoulder pads to mimic the stylized versions see on both sisters and does a brief but precise impression of their vacuous nasal whine. Yes. More