Although his official departure from American Apparel is only a week old, Dov Charney is immediately getting back into the fashion game with a new venture that has very similar attributes and aesthetics of the company that he founded.

According to WWD, Charney will be teaming with Hagan Capital - the same company that was involved in his attempt to buy back American Apparel - and creating a male/female line of American-made basics.

Calling Charney "a colorful CEO," Hagan Capital double-downed on their decision to partner with the former American Apparel CEO by stating, "We don’t want to just start with some funny, online brand. We’re going to do what Dov does best and then establish a robust e-commerce system. But we will not be debuting just as an online retailer."

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