Nordstrom Rack continues its expansion for shoppers loving a bargain.
Katin threw 90th birthday party for Sato Hughes, one of the pioneers of boardshorts style.
Tennessee high school gets $75,000 prize from Vans.
A giant Zara opened in Beverly Center today. The Webster is scheduled to open in 2020.
It's called Propaganda Agency, but Jack Watkins promises that there's nothing iffy with the materials in his new men's line.
After 15 years at the luxury label known for its women’s knit suits, Bruce Fetter has retired as St. John Knits’ chief executive officer, president and chief operating officer. He has been replaced by Eran Cohen, who joined the company May 1.
The U.S. textile industry has asked the Trump administration to place tariffs on certain textile and apparel products made by China that may infringe on U.S. companies’ intellectual-property rights.
Ron Robinson: 40 Years
Ron Robinson said the late 1960s were an exhilarating time to be in the retail business in Los Angeles.
The National Retail Federation said that retail sales in April showed a 2.8 percent year-over-year increase in the U.S retail market, excluding auto sales, gasoline stations and restaurants.
After spending time designing handbags and women’s ready-to-wear, Sophia Tezel-Tzelepis last year decided to branch out to denim with a label called Sophia.
For Alexander Andronescu, becoming immersed in Middle Eastern and south Asian cultures was not something that was passed down to generations in his family.
Woodbury University presented its 54th annual fashion show, called “InnerVision,” which focused on the connection between emotion and fashion.
Almost one year after juniors retailer Wet Seal was acquired by investment firm Gordon Brothers, the now online-only retailer announced a new collaboration called Niki + Gabi for Wet Seal.
Tellason: Raw Denim
Ever since the brand was launched in San Francisco nearly 10 years ago, Tellason has been one of those rare clothing companies that only uses American raw materials for its collection of menswear blue jeans.
Keeping pace with a busy trade-show schedule is exciting but exhausting. At the end of a day spent running between appointments, making new connections, visiting with longtime partners and negotiating deals, enjoying a delicious meal or strolling around a unique shop is the perfect way to recharge.
The trade-show world is always spinning at a fast pace as event organizers try to keep up with competition, technology and the latest demands for better shows. We caught up with the executives from several apparel and sourcing events to find out what is on the horizon over the next three years. Take a look at their plans for the future.
Surf is up for Agenda trade show and Stab magazine.
During the 27th-annual Apparel Sourcing Show in Guatemala City, attendees found the latest in new technology and textiles.
New president comes from Thakoon LLC.
A trend that started at a Los Angeles store is being brought to 30 more Nordstrom stores and online.