Amy Wallace

Los Angeles Magazine

Guest

Editor-at-large for Los Angeles Magazine and a contributor to the New York Times magazine

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The clothing maker Lululemon is known for hundred-dollar yoga pants, its cult-like following... and the frequent gaffes of company founder Chip Wilson. Or at least, it was.

Lululemon’s Controversial Founder Steps Down

The clothing maker Lululemon is known for hundred-dollar yoga pants, its cult-like following... and the frequent gaffes of company founder Chip Wilson. Or at least, it was.

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