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A lot is changing for American Apparel. First, the brand eliminated nipples from their advertising, and now Dov Charney, the former CEO, has received a gag order of sorts from a judge that forbids him from slamming the company. But now, American Apparel will only be aiming its casual separates at three distinct women: the “young girl;” the “classic girl;” and the “party girl.”

But who are these girls? What makes them tick? Who are they listening to right now? What is their idea of a One True Pairing? Well, the long and short of it is we don’t know. Instead, the young girl is being described as a “16 year old texting her friends about the day at school,” while the classic girl is “a 25-year-old professional e-mailing mom to brag about her new apartment.” As for the party girl, she’s basically one of the first two, except in “nighttime mode.”

So, we decided to look at some of American Apparel’s brand-new offerings, in an attempt to decode this new direction. Let’s begin.