Australian-founded brand Zanerobe started its Los Angeles pop-up shop with a hip hop beat.
Los Angeles designer Mike Vensel presented a “tableaux vivants” fashion installation at a recent event at the Italian Cultural Institute in Los Angeles’ Westwood neighborhood.
Starting in November, three Asian shipping lines will be establishing routes from Asia to the Port of Oakland.
For years, Janet Labuda was known as the government’s top dog when it came to enforcing apparel and textile import laws and finding counterfeit goods.
Exhibitors and attendees at the Sept. 6–8 run of Italian textile trade show Milano Unica were pleased with the show’s new location at Fiera Milano Rho, the massive convention-center complex located on the outskirts of Milan.
Internet suit shop Combatant Gentlemen is exploring all types of bricks-and-mortar.
High-end Los Angeles labels that have strong brand recognition are going through troubled times.
NYFW Spring ’17
California Collections on the Runway in New York
The surfing life has always been about the endless summer. However, the most recent run of the Surf Expo trade show, held Sept. 8–10 in Orlando, Fla., was the place to unveil Summer ’17 looks for action-sports and beach-lifestyle brands, such as Lira, headquartered in Anaheim, Calif.
Cargo-container ships owned by bankrupt Hanjin Shipping have been arriving at the Long Beach/Los Angeles port complex this week after a U.S. bankruptcy judge cleared the way for vessels to dock without being seized by creditors.
True Religion and pro-basketball player Russell Westbrook are preparing to release their latest fashion collab.
Jakarta-born designer Anniesa Hasibuan took inspiration from her birthplace for her latest collection, shown on Sept. 12 at New York Fashion Week.
Alitalia recently unveiled new uniforms designed by Milan-based haute couturier Ettore Bilotta.
After 6-year-runs, RVCA and Tokidoki are closing their Fairfax Avenue shops in Los Angeles.
Styles that would be worn by the women on "Empire" make a splash at large-size retailer Torrid.
Using items bought at the store, FIDM students use their imagination to create visual displays.
Cargo containers stuck on Hanjin Shipping Co. vessels anchored beyond the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach could be unloaded soon.
7 For All Mankind will be moving in with Ella Moss and Splendid.
Beverly Center recently unveiled Girl Lifting Skirt 2 by Geoff McFetridge. It’s a 70-foot tall art piece of a woman lifting her skirts.
With a flurry of runway shows in line for New York Fashion Week, don’t be surprised if you see a bit of California on the catwalk.