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American Apparel Is Getting Delisted from the New York Stock Exchange

The brand's Melrose boutique.
The brand's Melrose boutique.
American Apparel

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American Apparel may have Kylie Jenner's blessing, but the New York Stock Exchange is not impressed. Following its bankruptcy filing earlier this month, the LA-based company's stock will be removed from the NYSE November 6th, reports WWD.

The trade pub notes that trading of the basics brand's shares have been suspended since the filing; our sister site in New York also reveals that American Apparel has already shuttered a boutique in Manhattan, and a SoHo shop is next on the chopping block. No word yet on any possible LA store closings—shoot us a note on our tipline if your local AA shop looks dunzo.