As seen on: The junior high lunchroom "cool kids" table circa 1999; guys who woefully exaggerate the number of women who have seen their penis; devotees of O.A.R. who get especially turnt when the band covers a Bob Marley song in concert

Today's young adults deserve a lot of credit for shunning A&F, because "1892" used to be the call number for suburban, shithead teenagers. As it stands though, the brand's had a worse eight-year falloff than Avril Lavigne. Now, Abercrombie only comes up when a blowhard accosts the company's CEO for not making clothes for fat people. Like the brand's most ardent customers, A&F peaked during the tail end of the Clinton administration.