Charney on the Woody Allen-American Apparel controversy

Doug Charney responds to the attention brought by Woody Allen's lawsuit against American Apparel. He outlines what he believes are false claims by the media, and discusses...

Doug Charney responds to the attention brought by Woody Allen's lawsuit against American Apparel. He outlines what he believes are false claims by the media, and discusses his "real" intentions for the ad in dispute:
The billboards and images from the Annie Hall movie were intended to be a parody/social statement and comedic satire to provoke discussion and public discourse about the baseless claims that had been made against American Apparel and myself, society's reaction to lawsuits that delve into an individual's private sexual life and the media's sensationalism of such matters.

Read the full statement, via The Cut.

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