Okay. So it's Abercrombie and Fitch. We all know they cater to a select group of people. So much so that (from the mouth of an actual employee) if an attractive woman walks in the store and appears to be the right size with the correct facial/hair features, a working employee will actually approach her with an in-store application for a job. I'm not going to argue that the store is racist, sexist etc... this is not the business review anybody wants to read. Abercrombie and Fitch have a select range of clothing... embellished tanks for outrageous prices (60 bucks for a spaghetti strap with a few rhinestones!) to logo-smeared track pants and hoodies. Like the color black? You won't find it here, according to am employee, they are not allowed to carry items in the color black (uh??????????????!). The Ezra clothing line is attempting to be a high-fashion line with jean prices reaching in the upper hundreds. But this is Abercrombie! The pre-teens that walk in with their mothers should not be wearing 180 buck jeans! Not that their parent's pocketbooks would be stretched by such a purchase. If you do go into Abercrombie, just had to the back and see if they have a few items on sale. Otherwise, just walk on by my friends, but do take a peak at the half-naked bulky men and stick-girls they make stand near the doors to promote.... um... okay so I don't know what they're promoting.... probably a forewarning to "get a job elsewhere, look what they made me do" .