By Andrew Asch | November 6, 2017
Frances Harder ushered in the debut of her new group Fashion For Profit.
By the end of this week, Christmas lights went up all over retail districts in Southern California.Beverly Hills produced its Annual Rodeo Drive Holiday Lighting Celebration on Nov. 16.
A Wild West town became the address for Mercado Sagrado's handmade and artisanal goods and fashion.
We live in an age besotted with anything tech. So it’s a unique experience to meet people and businesses who prefer the way it was before 1990. New York’s Musika Frère is one such business.
First launched as a catalog company and then expanding online, Sundance is on a retail roll-out binge.
Then and Now is a temporary collective of apparel, accessories and lifestyle merchandise.
Engineered for Motion makes luxe, fashion looks for a man on the move. On Veterans Day Weekend, it launched at Universal Body, an "athletic glam" boutique.
Sleepwear can change the world. That’s the point-of-view of Pour Les Femmes, a luxe sleepwear line. Robin Wright, the brand co-founder, made an appearance at the Westfield Century City Nordstrom on Nov. 11
For the fourth time, Woodbury University fashion students design attire for musicians playing with the Burbank Philharmonic Orchestra.
YKK has released a video demonstrating the zipper of the future—which is currently in development at the Japanese zipper and fastener maker.
Scandinavian Man magazine wrapped up a tour for its inaugural issue at Sand Copenhagen boutique in West Hollywood Nov. 8.
Please Do Not Enter boutique’s temporary space in West Hollywood will become an art gallery. On Nov. 8, it will host the debut of a show of Arik Levy's sculptures.
It's chilly in Los Angeles. Sweater loving brand Lou & Grey produced a pop-up shop at The Grove.
Artist Kymm Swank's work has been seen on TV shows such as “The Newsroom,” “American Horror Story” and “Mad Men.” an exhibition of Swank's "Central Ave" collection recently opened at the Wallspace gallery in Los Angeles.
The global refugee crisis continues. American clothing company ADIFF hoped to help out by making something that could both clothe and give shelter.