Fox clothing company Dont Think About It has been in the news recently, and for good reason.
Its the clothing company behind the iconic Emperor’s new clothing line, and now it’s looking to do away with it.
While Fox has been around for decades, its stock has been plummeting since the release of the new Emperor’s clothes.
Fox said in a statement to The Verge that it would be removing the clothing from stores, and that its decision was made based on the results of an internal review of the company’s stock.
“It is clear that the Emperor’s clothing has not been successful,” the statement said.
“This was one of the most difficult decisions we have made.
DontThinkAboutIt will be removing its stock from retailers.”
This news comes on the heels of an August report from The Wall Street Journal that said the company was considering ending the brand after a two-year run in which it made several high-profile investments.
According to The Wall, Fox was “evaluating the future of its apparel business.”
DontthinkAboutIt has been a part of fashion for more than a century, having been created in the 1960s by a group of brothers named Bill and Jerry who wanted to create a better alternative to the traditional American clothing company.
They took on the iconic brands like Brooks Brothers, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Victoria’s Secret, and started a company called Fox to compete with those.
The company went on to develop its own line of clothes in the 1980s, and has become one of fashion’s most successful labels.
It has had a lot of success, with its clothing making up the majority of the clothing companies overall revenue.
Ditch Emperor’s brand The decision to cut ties with the company is not an easy one for DontthinkingIt’s brand.
Dictors brand is one of its most iconic, with millions of consumers around the world having seen its iconic clothing, which is produced in factories in New York and China.
But as the company has struggled with low sales in recent years, it has been forced to look for other ways to keep its brand going.
Earlier this month, the company announced that it was parting ways with its iconic denim label, and replacing it with the “new, bolder look” of Fox’s new line.
But the company says it’s not abandoning the brand entirely.
“We will continue to work with Dont thinking about it as it is a part our brand portfolio,” a spokesperson told The Verge.
“The new Fox will not be an entirely new line, it will be a collection of clothes that is inspired by Dont Thinking about it’s history, but we’re not going to stop there.”
It’s a move that could be seen as a win for Dict, which was once one of Foxs largest revenue generators, earning more than $20 million in sales last year.
“Theyve made their decision based on our feedback and they are making it based on their own brand performance,” the spokesperson added.
“So its a win and it gives them the best of both worlds.
We are still working on how we are going to continue to do business with them and their new line.”