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About American Apparel

Known for its super-soft jersey cotton knitwear and boundary-pushing billboards, American Apparel reinterprets casual basics in more colors than Crayola’s got crayons. Founded in 1989 by Canadian entrepreneur Dov Charney, the company made its name by marketing its plain T-shirts and sweats in provocative ads shot by store employees, friends, and even Charney himself. Over the years the label’s product line has expanded to include hoodies, leggings, backpacks, headbands, leather goods, and kidswear. Comfy, classic and a little controversial, American Apparel clothing meets all your daily wardrobe needs.

Past Sales Featuring American Apparel

Sale Ended December 28, 2010

Last Chance: Women's Final Sale up to 90% off!

Consider this sale your go-to source for an extensive range of designer apparel. From floor-sweeping dresses, to artful downtown-style separates, to relaxed loungewear, find nearly every sartorial need addressed by a slew of of-the-moment labels.

Sale Ended August 03, 2010

Summer Steal: Tees & Tanks under $40

Stock up on every basic with this bounty of tees from over 10 designers. From linen-blend peasant tops to cut-out T-shirts and curve-hugging tanks, these separates live to be layered. Start with a distressed V-neck from Fluxus, or ease into the jersey fringe tops and tunics from Design History. Enhanced with a tailored jacket or an embellished cover-up, these pieces make a slick statement for day or night.

Sale Ended December 18, 2009

American Apparel

Spend downtime looking up-to-date in T-shirts, track pants and zip-up jackets from American Apparel. In bold colors, these casual favorites put a streetwise spin on men’s loungewear. Bonus: spend $50 (so not hard) and within 7 days, you’ll get $10 credited to your Gilt account.

Sale Ended December 26, 2010

Women's Final Sale: Up to 90% off!

Peruse this sale for an all-occasion mix of designer apparel. From formal satin gowns, to lightweight trench coats, to comfy terrycloth loungewear, find nearly every sartorial need addressed by a slew of hot-now labels.