By Andrew Asch | October 17, 2018
Downtown Los Angeles’ Bohemian Society has played the wild-at-heart outsider to California’s fashion industry for 15 years.
“The lights are low. The thread count is high and the CEO is on the dance floor,” Swizz Beats, Grammy winner and co-designer of Bally x Shok-1 , told a crowd of partyers.
Quintessentially is a members-only luxury lifestyle management service which provides concierge to its well heeled members. It recently introduced Room Service at Beverly Center
The last time the sprawling space at 719 S. Spring was used as a fashion boutique was 2012
Theory and a Footaction store devoted to Jordan footwear and clothes are ready to take a bow on Broadway
At the recent LA Fashion Week show from her brand Rs Visual Thing, Radka Salcmannova produced an event featuring dancers, a magician and what every Hollywood producer wants; a big concept.
Los Angeles’ Venice neighborhood has been increasingly known as a spot for independent boutique retail. Rachel Temko is scouting the neighboring Mar Vista section as a burgeoning retail enclave.
During Los Angeles Fashion Week, sustainable-fashion consultant group Pollima brought together brands, designers, investors and manufacturers at downtown's Ren Gallery.
A new capsule collection launched this week by Parks Project and National Geographic will benefit parkland in the United States.
Men's fashion is definitely on the rise with some interesting styles for those millennials who like to buy clothing.
It was recently announced Soho House, a line of exclusive clubs, would lease 16,000-square-feet of office space at Row DTLA near downtown Los Angeles’ Arts District.
After a gala debut on Oct. 6 at Petersen Automative Museum , LA Fashion Week produced a slate of runway shows spotlighting the work of fashion designers from Los Angeles and around the globe.
Volcom has long been providing popular styles on the beaches, mountains and on concrete favored by skateboarders. The brand opened a new Los Angeles flagship to make a bigger splash in urban areas.
Metropolitan Fashion Week showcased fashions inspired by King Tut, as well as international designers on the steps of Los Angeles City Hall Oct. 6.
Three-day market takes off we a big welcome.