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9 of American Apparel's most controversial campaigns

Published 20/06/2014 | 14:56

On a scale of one to sexist...we're giving it a 10.
On a scale of one to sexist...we're giving it a 10.
Because nothing says cosy basics like a sad looking model draped in a setting fit for Criminal Minds
Ah, poorly fitting bras designed for, at best, tweeners in training. Cue teenage looking model on a bed and we've reached the Dov trifecta. Please note: Model is over age.
Nothing to see here, just stretching in my mint onesie.
Anyone want some gum?
Nothing says suggestive sexual pleasure quite like a pair of well fitting tights eh?
Give Chub a chance.
This seems more like a deleted scene from Silence of the Lambs. "Put the lotion in the basket..."
This is one of American Apparel's amazing campaigns - this lingerie model is 62 years old and we love it

After controversial American Apparel CEO Dov Charney was fired yesterday, we take a look at some of their most daring moves over the years.

Under his reign, the clothing company has undoubtedly come to forefront of mainstream fashion - mostly, because of their eye-catching ads.

Here are 10 of the most talked about campaigns in recent years, some of which were too explicit to publish.

 

 

Former American Apparel CEO Dov Charney

 

 

 

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