Abercrombie & Fitch's winter catalog received noteable attention nationwide from many parents because the clothing line was advertising clothes by showing models wearing nothing.
Abercrombie evetually pulled the catalog from their store shelves. So what's my point? I guess while these ads might sell clothes in the near term this strategy seems like bad PR in the long run. And although their stock has recovered some since pulling the catalog it had fallen almost two points.
Today's Star Tribune highlights several other items aimed at teenagers including French Connection United Kingdom for using the companies initials FCUK on apparell.
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