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(KTVI)-  Controversial clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch is struggling with sales.   That’s why it plans to expand sizes, colors and fits for all its styles next year.

Known for its edgy marketing and shirtless young shop assistants, Abercrombie stirred up controversy after its chief executive suggested the company’s clothes were made for “cool” and “attractive” kids and not for “fat” people.

The company currently does not offers sizes for women above large. But that will change next Spring.

1 Comment

  • Stephanie Moran

    Aww your snotty comments ended up hurting those big pockets huh? Doesn’t matter if they expand sizes, I won’t ever wear clothes from people who honestly believe they are superior to other people based on looks. And let’s be honest, the CEO that made these statements on behalf of A&F looks like a freaking goblin. He IS one of the unattractive people that he didn’t want wearing his clothes!

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