If you came of age sometime between the two Bush presidencies

chances are you’ve had — or still have — strong feelings about Abercrombie & Fitch

the retailer whose logo T-shirts were once ubiquitous in high-school cafeterias

Perhaps you aspired to the brand’s narrow definition of cool

Perhaps you resented the company’s exclusionary identity. Perhaps both

But you simply couldn’t be a young person in the late 1990s and early 2000s and avoid Abercrombie.

Now, a new Netflix documentary examines the brand and its legacy

arguing that Abercrombie’s corporate culture was even more noxious than the cologne

Premiering Tuesday, “White Hot: The Rise and Fall of Abercrombie” explains how the company

founded in the 1800s as a purveyor of sporting goods for elite adventurers