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Watch out Patagonia and REI: After years promoting itself as primarily a women's lifestyle brand, Eddie Bauer is aiming to make a comeback in the booming market for performance outdoors clothing.
Benzyl benzoate, anthracenedione, dimethylanthracene, benzaldehyde, (phenylmethylene)-octanol, and C.I. disperse orange 30 are the chemicals that more than 70,000 American Airlines employees now know are in new uniforms the world's largest airline began rolling out last month. AA said the chemicals are commonly found in cosmetics and personal care products. The revelations about chemicals in new uniforms supplied by Twin Hill, a unit of Men's Wearhouse, came in a memo to employees from AA management yesterday as the Chicago Business Journal reported the number of American Airlines (AAL) flight attendants with symptomatic reactions to new uniforms had climbed to at least 1,300.
American Airlines is setting up a call center to field complaints about new uniforms that tens of thousands of flight attendants and other AA employees began wearing Sept. 20. The complaints have included reports of hives, headaches, swelling around the eyes and itching that many, including some 700 or more AA flight attendants, believe are related to the new uniforms. Many of the reports of symptoms have come from flight attendants.