FASHION AS SOCIAL COMMENTARY?
By Alison A. Nieder | March 7, 2014
Jeremy Scott’s Fall collection for Moschino appears to be inspired by a certain fast-food behemoth.
No question, nail art continues to scale new heights, and Angel Anderson and Sarah Heering want new Da Vincis and Warhols to create their own nail art masterpieces, but in a social media way.
Call March Vision Street Wear month. The footwear and fashion brand set up a pop-up shop at sneaker head boutique Conveyor at Fred Segal in Santa Monica.
Gap opens its first flagship store in Taipei.
MUJI, a prominent Japanese retailer, believes in a simple design for all of its products ranging from fashion to personal electronics, and it is moving to Santa Monica.
Let’s call Volcom a movie studio too. On March 1, it held a premiere for its film True To This.
It was a little bit of Palm Desert in West Hollywood. Designers and producers of the upcoming Saxony Group Fashion Week El Paseo 2014 had a party at the Palihouse in West Hollywood March 4.
Vans takes inspiration from streetwear capitals Fairfax and La Brea avenues with its new The Block Collection.
Victoria’s Secret Star Model Alessandra Ambrosio conquered the world of lingerie long ago. In March she’ll try her hand at boho contemporary styles when the Alé by Alessandra fashion line is released by Santa Monica-headquartered retailer Planet Blue.
Don’t quit! That was one piece of succinct advice given to the new designers who took part in the Emerging Designers Showcase at WWDMAGIC in Las Vegas last week.
Four-year-old “Mayhem” Keiser designs paper copies of some very high-profile dresses.
Los Angeles–based Robert Kaufman Fabrics has a new design called Urban Toile, which features sights of LA.
Five-day line-up at Orange County Fashion Week, starting March 3
The world of retail is rapidly changing, but one practice of the business hasn’t changed; the pre-spring sale.
Old Navy makes a donation to help the Philippine victims of Typhoon Haiyan.