Shortwave: American Apparel

by Oliver Geffken. Average Reading Time: less than a minute.

American Apparel is known for sweatshops
and comfortable clothing as well as provocative
photography. Here you can see some of the questionable and most evocative pictures captured by their staff.


Via American Apparel


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