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J. Crew recently made headlines for offering clothing in a 000, or XXXS, size. Many were quick to criticize the company for offering this size, implying that it encouraged unhealthy standards for women.
Does this sound familiar? 1. At its peak, the retail chain had nearly 16,000 stores nationwide, with a retail presence in almost every state. Critics charged it with competing unfairly by offering too-low prices.