ABERCROMBIE & FITCH
MTV's Jersey Shore may be raking in the dough for themselves, as well as the network, to showcase their "Guido" lifestyles of GTL & fist-pumping, but seems like not everyone is a fan.
Preppy clothing company Abercrombie & Fitch has always been accustomed to attracting customers through their cute ensemble pieces and good-looking (semi-naked) models on their ads. However, they are not happy with the unofficial attention being given by Jersey's favorite partygoers. More specifically, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino. Perchance this is a nicer way for the company to tell 29-year-old Sitch to ditch the duds since he's not exactly in their target age demographic? Just sayin'.
Calling all fashionistas! Now is the time to get bikini ready! This spring, retro, striped, and floral prints make waves; red and orange hues make a splash; and pleather- oh, pleather- makes those beach boys sweat. Here are our top 10 budget-friendly bikini's to keep you looking fashionable and feeling hot this spring (and they're all under $100!).
For the past several months, bed bugs have had New Yorkers throwing out furniture, avoiding movie theaters and even questioning the subway commute. Now they seem to have gone after the most famous velour sweatsuits in the world.
Juicy Couture CEO, Edgar Huber, announced yesterday that bed bugs were discovered at the Fifth Avenue location. The mega-sized, girly fashion flagship store, and largest Juice Couture store in the country, will be temporarily closed to exterminate.
Abercrombie & Fitch wasted no time Monday suing Beyonce Knowles upon her announcement to launch a perfume under her alter-ego, Sasha Fierce. Within hours, she was staring at a lawsuit of trademark infringement, deceptive trade practices, and unfair competition. Beyonce did not back down from Abercrombie’s cease and desist letter after she filed an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in September 2008.