The Jenni Kayne brand is on the move.
South American vacation destinations inspire the look for Resort 2017.
Global fashion-forecasting agency Trendstop gave us its expert lowdown into the major swimwear trends for Spring/Summer ’17–’18—from key silhouettes to fabrics and finishes.
Members of the U.S. apparel industry turned out recently at a demonstration of a new machine that combines the functions of a spinning machine and a knitting machine.
Cotton prices are on the rise after holding steady for the last few years.
Levi Strauss Awards Fellowships to 10 Textiles-Industry Entrepreneurs to Further Their Approach to Sustainability
Blue-jeans maker Levi Strauss & Co. is putting its pocketbook behind an effort to make fabric and apparel production more environmentally friendly and socially aware.
College students returning to school this fall are looking for bargains, and retailers that provide deals will do better than those who don’t, according to a recent survey by the accounting firm Deloitte LLP.
The recent Los Angeles Fashion Market for Holiday/Resort 2017 appeared to be dead on arrival, but signs of life existed.
A sexy tribute to music star Prince’s often-risqué vision followed a fashion collection inspired by religious modesty.
After many years in Westlake Village, K-Swiss is making a big move to DTLA.
Food trucks have been the Los Angeles culinary craze for a few years, now they’ve parked at the California Market Center.
He used to skateboard on it. Now he looks at it as prime art material.
The Maxfield Lofts on Santee Street have leased out one-fourth of the residential units since opening.
Wet Seal’s rebound campaign is hoping to make a splash with bloggers, bloggers, bloggers.
California Apparel News recently spoke with several finance-industry executives about what challenges apparel manufacturers are facing this year that they didn’t have to confront last year and how the presidential election is influencing consumer attitudes.
Bebe Stores Inc., the California retailer that has been bleeding money for the last four years, said its recently formed joint venture with Bluestar Alliance to find licensees for the brand is marching forward quickly.
In a tough retail market, off-price stores are churning up some of the best performances in the business.
This season, the Coast contemporary trade show shifted the timing of its show to coincide with Miami Swim Week.
Streetwear trade show Agenda this year opened a Miami edition of its biannual show, held in Long Beach, Calif., and Las Vegas.