American Apparel sells fashion basics, with great cut, fit and colour. All garments are sweat shop free, produced in LA by workers with proper pay, rights and benefits.
197 Camden High Street, Primrose Hill, London, NW1 7BT
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+44 (0)20 7284 2623
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197 Camden High StreetPrimrose HillLondonNW1 7BT
- +44 (0)20 7284 2623
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- Camden Town
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If it wasn't for the relatively high prices my wardrobe would be bulging with clothes from American Apparel. The styles are simple but so effective. AP is not about labels but still manages to create a 'look at me' brand that really looks great if you have the body to pull it off. I am not saying you have to be super buff, but AP make clothes that accentuate the body underneath. What you have...more
Oh how I wish I could go into American Apparel and buy ten each of my favourite things.
Due to the fact that I'm not a size 2, lots of the stuff doesn't fit. Which is a bit depressing but whatever. But lots does. The scoop neck bodysuit is possibly my most reliable item in my cupboard. I wish I could have it in every colour.
Yeah, it's so hyped, but American Apparel does have some great...more
American Apparel is a decent clothes outlet, representing with several branches in different parts of London, but Camden Town is definitely THE place to go for clothes of all kinds.. so it is a very convenient placement by the company to put a shop here. A brief sojourn down the road from the main market itself, this shop offers a much more respectable range of clothes then, say, Cyberdog. My...more
I had let the craze of American Apparel blow over me. It seemed a little bit too young for me, and I presumed it was all tight stretchy things for size 6's. There is still that element too it, but when I came in I found plenty of things that I would enjoy wearing.
First though, you could not pay me to go to the Oxford Circus branch. It is just ridiculously busy here; I felt like it was...more