By Alison A. Nieder | December 2, 2013
Pantone will unveil its 2014 Color of the Year during a Dec. 6 webinar.
The Principle 6 campaign takes aim at Russia’s anti-gay laws with a call to athletes and fans to “celebrate the Olympic principle of non-discrimination and call for an end to Russia's anti-gay laws before the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.”
Trina Turk's ninth store opened its doors in Manhattan Beach
When it comes to some looks, the motto is never say die. There’s the prep look, the 1950s rockabilly look, the 1970s Stevie Nicks/ hippie witch style, and for this trend watcher, tie dye.
Los Angeles is obsessed with vintage styles. A Current Affair will produce a bazaar of vintage looks on Dec. 7.
There is an Icelandic business community in L.A. One of its hubs is LastaShop. It makes clothes.
You may know Sullen Clothing's T-shirts, but on Dec. 7, it will be producing a gallery show of tattoo art. Get ready.
New Silicon Valley–based activewear brand Athos has incorporated electromyography or EMG technology ( typically used in biomedical applications) into fitness apparel to help the wearer gauge just how effective the workout is.
Trimara Military Technology, a division Trimera Group, an international branded and licensed apparel company, has introduced (and trademarked) Hellblock, a “military grade flame resistance technology…fused with ultra-soft Pima cotton.
Spalding, maker of basketball equipment such as backboards and balls is launching a new athletic shoe collection, which will bow next year.
Ron Robinson has long been one of the most prominent retailers at the Fred Segal compound of boutiques. On Nov. 21, he debuted the new look for his StylObjects shop.
At Fashion Week San Diego, the audience voted for label RHCreation as the best designer label.
Cotton Inc.'s Blue Jeans Go Green program celebrated recycling a million pieces of denim. It's to help communities in need.
Jake Bronstein, the founder and CEO of Brooklyn-based men’s line Flint and Tinder, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund The Bluelace Project for made-in-America shoelaces.
Finnish design company Marimekko crafted some bright, new looks for Holiday '13, stylist Laurie Brucker gave a talk on how to make the most of the color.