Quickies: American Apparel in court, Obama gets casual and more

11.13.2008

By Seth Plattner

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Dov Charney (pictured) and American Apparel are being sued, surprisingly not for anything involving sexual misconduct. A former accountant claims he was ordered to cook the books, but when he refused he was fired. [WSJ]

Now that he's got the White House in the bag, Presiden-Elect Barack Obama has been loosening his style.
It apparently says something about what type of president he will be. If his suiting is any indication, we're all sitting pretty. [NYT]

More Christmas party cancellations: Conde Nast and Hearst are calling off their holiday fetes.
The parties may be halted, but something tells us the drinking won't be. [Fashionista]

Racked is live Twittering the Commes des Garcon launch at H&M today. Fingers crossed they make out alive. [Racked]

Odin launches their online store today. Along with their other blooming stores -- Pas des Deux and Den -- Eddy Chai and Paul Birardi are now making their effortlessly stylish duds available to the one-click-away masses. [Refinery 29]

-- SETH PLATTNER

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