Italian fashion house Zegna showed some moves.
Patagonia Inc. joined conservation groups to sue the Trump Administration over its decision to reduce the acreage of Bears Ears national monument in Utah.
The 50th anniversary celebration of South Coast Plaza continues.
UCLA economists are optimistic about the U.S. economy in 2018 and then see it cooling in 2019.
Brooks Bros., a clothier to Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, produced its annual holiday party Dec. 2 at its Rodeo Drive flagship. Beside holiday fun, the aim of party was to raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
We’ve seen our share of celebrities while blogging for California Apparel News.
Cal Mare held a debut party on Nov. 30. The star chef driven restaurant is part of Beverly Center's $500 million renovation.
Findings & Trimmings
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Sundog Productions, a 25-year-old apparel manufacturer in Fairfax, Va., recently was certified as a fully integrated GOTS factory by the Global Organic Textile Standard.
Starting in 2018, the California Market Center will shift its Los Angeles Fashion Market schedule to a three-day format.
In a market when mall development seems to be mostly focused on remodeling existing sites, CenterCal Properties is scheduled to mark the grand opening of a new shopping center later this month in the San Francisco Bay Area town of Concord, Calif.
After running a basics apparel company and working on music documentary projects, Joe Jihoon got the opportunity to take over the streetwear line Defyant<. He hesitated because he didn’t know where he could take the brand. Then he took inspiration from the brand’s name.
One of the last mills in the United States to make denim fabric has decided to shutter its denim production and concentrate on technical fabrics.
With little progress in the last negotiating round for the North American Free Trade Agreement, trade experts believe it is becoming more likely that President Trump will follow through on his threat to withdraw from the talks.
The sample-sale season is upon us.
Rock The Wheel is a new Los Angeles–based men’s start-up company founded by owner Robert Rodriguez and Creative Director Francisco Platt. Years ago, Rodriguez was involved in a serious car accident which left him paralyzed from the chest down. Now finding himself living in a wheelchair in a seated position, off-the-rack clothing became very problematic to wear.
Contemporary men’s brand Wool & Thimble made its debut at Bloomingdale’s in Westfield Fashion Square.
The 2017 holiday season is off to a strong start after consumers beat forecasts for shopping during the Black Friday Weekend and Cyber Monday, the traditional beginning of the holiday shopping season.
After more than two decades, E! television’s “Fashion Police” aired its final episode on Nov. 27 at 8 p.m.