Newport Beach, California, U.S.
|Headquarters||Irvine, California, U.S.|
|Products||Bootleg Shirts, jeans, jackets, socks, underwear, and accessories|
|Parent||Iconix Brand Group|
Mossimo is a mid-range American clothing company, founded in 1986 by designer Mossimo Giannulli, and currently owned by Iconix Brand Group. Mossimo specializes in youth and teenage clothing such as shirts, jeans, jackets, socks, underwear, and accessories.
Mossimo was founded in 1986 by Mossimo Giannulli in Balboa Island in Newport Beach, California. During his first year in business he grossed $1 million. The following year he made $4 million. In 1991, Mossimo expanded the line to include sweatshirts, knits, and sweaters. By 1995, the collection included women’s clothing and men’s tailored suits. After eight years in business, Mossimo, Inc. had grown into a multimillion-dollar lifestyle sportswear and accessories company.
On March 12, 2019, Giannulli and his wife Lori Loughlin were arrested in connection with an alleged nationwide college entrance exam cheating scandal regarding their two daughters' (including Olivia Jade) admission to USC, charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services fraud, and released on $1 million bail each.
Mossimo store in Cabanatuan
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- Medina, Jennifer; Benner, Katie (12 March 2019). "Dozens Charged in College Admissions Bribery Scandal". New York Times. Retrieved 12 March 2019.
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