By Deborah Belgum | November 25, 2015
Macy's remodel of its Herald Square flagship keeps some of the store's original wooden escalators.
Fox is opening the Empire Official Store featuring apparel, accessories and jewelry inspired by the hit TV show.
After Thanksgiving, world leaders will convene in Paris for the United Nations Climate Change Conference. In Los Angeles, artists and activists with Vision LA '15 will produce a series of arts, theater, talks on climate change. On Nov. 30, it will produce a kick-off party in Santa Monica.
Hale Bob store closing after four years on Robertson Boulevard.
The final issue of Capitol Couture, the fashion publication released by Lionsgate and Samsung and inspired by "The Hunger Games" has been released.
Rodarte sample sale coming to Los Angeles.
Just a couple of years ago, socks were something that you just put on your feet. But San Clemente, Calif.-headquartered Stance pushed socks to the forefront of youth fashion. Media reports said that Stance opened its first branded boutique this week in New York City.
The upscale retail store, COS, opened at the Beverly Center.
It’s a week or so before Thanksgiving, and it feels like August in Los Angeles. But rains from the El Niño weather pattern are forecast to soak California in the upcoming months. The H. Lorenzo Men’s shop in West Hollywood’s Sunset Plaza retail district is betting that people will be thinking about monsoon-style rains soon.
The bespoke experience is going digital. Acustom Apparel recently opened a West Hollywood boutique based on digital bespoke.
It’s not even Black Friday and L.L. Bean has sold out some of its most-popular boot styles.
Bridalwear designer Monique Lhuillier to design children's furniture for Pottery Barn Kids.
Label giant Avery Dennison recent hosted members of FIDM's student veterans group at its RBIS center in downtown Los Angeles
The pain is still raw from the terror attacks on Paris. Alfredo Izaguirre, a partner and buyer from LASC, a West Hollywood boutique, wanted to honor the victims of the terror attacks with a window which looks out onto Santa Monica Boulevard. Take a look.
Swarovski gives a glimpse of what is in store for Spring/Summer 2016.