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What Image Overhaul? American Apparel Ads as Naked As Before

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Remember a few months ago back in 2010, American Apparel decided to overhaul its image—subsequently alienating its once-core consumer? Well, looks like the company's just about given up and gone back to its sex-sells, sleazy ways. Check out some of the new ads American Apparel is running this spring. The one we've featured, above? It's got nothing on the nakedness in the other ads Copyranter found.
· NSFW x 4: Latest from American Apparel [Copyranter]