Why does Hollister have the year 1922 on the clothes that were made now?
Question Posted Saturday September 6 2008, 11:03 am
I was reading in a magazine recently that the Abercrombie & Fitch company actually owns Hollister. I like both Abercrombie and Hollister anyway so it wasn't a big deal to me. Anyway, I was thinking about the 1922 year that Hollister puts on their clothes. Does Hollister put 1922 on their clothes because that's the year Abercrombie & Fitch was created and they have to put something about Abercrombie & Fitch on their merchandise because Abercrombie owns Hollister?
I mean, I really love Hollister but 1922 doesn't make sense to me because Hollister clothes are created NOW. I also know that Hollister clothes are stylish now but they probably weren't in 1922.
kittygurl90 answered Sunday September 7 2008, 4:27 pm: 1922 is the year Hollister company was established. It may not have been a clothing company back then but could have transformed into one. Abercrombie used to be a hunting and fishing store way back when, and now its clothing. something similar is probably with hollister. [ kittygurl90's advice column | Ask kittygurl90 A Question ]
Cux answered Saturday September 6 2008, 5:14 pm: 1922 is when Hollister was established. Yes, they were created now, but you'll notice numbers on designer clothes, and usually they are the year that the company was established.
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