Oh, Lululemon Athletica: When you're not hosting murders, you're pulling your $100 yoga pants from the marketplace because they were accidentally see-through. Now, the company's facing a new round of pant-related complaints. Meanwhile, the company founder took to BloombergTV to share his revolutionary thoughts on the importance of taking deep breaths, and to identify the true culprit in last year's yoga-pants scandal. From Yahoo News:
Less than nine months after Lululemon came under fire for the "sheerness" of its yoga pants, the company's founder says that woman's bodies may be to blame for problems with the luxury workout attire. "Frankly, some women's bodies just don't actually work [for the yoga pants]," Chip Wilson said Tuesday in an interview on Bloomberg TV's "Street Smart" program. "It's more really about the rubbing through the thighs, how much pressure is there over a period of time, how much they use it."
Between this guy and Rob Ford, Canada's reputation is taking a beating this week. Video of BloombergTV interview below. (Pants discussion starts around 1:50 mark.)