By Andrew Asch | September 14, 2017
The world knows about last week’s New York Fashion Week for stylish people. But what about a fashion event for the discerning cartoon character?!
Street style art lovers flood the streets and galleries of the CCAD
South Coast Plaza has been celebrating its 50th anniversary this year with events that require invites. But throughout the 50th anniversary year, the luxe Costa Mesa, Calif.-retail center is offering ways to celebrate its golden anniversary open to anyone with a comfortable credit card account.
Back to the nature means neutral colors, right? Not according to Fronteer's Jon Tang.
After four years of online sales, Fabletics adding shoes to activewear.
A hip new food hall opens on the edge of the Los Angeles Fashion District.
Call it stylish activism. Skid Row Denim & Apparel is a clothing line and a project of the Skid Row Housing Trust, which has been building housing for homeless people in Los Angeles County since 1989. On Sept. 14, Skid Row Denim & Apparel made an official introduction of its premium denim line.
Next year, a documentary about Christian Audigier, founder of Ed Hardy, will be available to watch on video-on-demand platforms.
The third annual Techday LA ran on Sept. 14 at The Reef showroom and exhibition building near downtown Los Angeles.
Adrienne D. Williams wants to show the world that skateboarding is not just for men.
It may be a little early to think about Halloween, but not for Local Boogeyman House of Horror, which recently opened in Los Angeles' Echo Park section.
You could accuse the Most Hated label with false advertising. Scores of people demonstrated that they, in fact, liked the Los Angeles-headquartered label, when they lined up Sept. 9 at Los Angeles’ American Rag to buy the brand's new looks.
On Sept. 6, Leica Gallery in West Hollywood, Calif., hosted an opening reception for an exhibition featuring American Photographer Doug Menuez’s latest body of work titled “Fearless Genius: The Next Generation.”
Sof for Lolli, a capsule collection from swimwear brand Lolli takes a bow.
An artists’ collective in Berlin has found a way to put the “street” in streetwear graphics.