By Andrew Asch | June 13, 2018
For their act post Intermix, Sari Sloane Keledjian and Haro Keledjian opened The Westside
Observing its 65th anniversary and revealing new ways to support responsible denim manufacturing, Orta celebrated sustainability Thursday night at Hnypt in downtown Los Angeles.
Returning to Los Angeles with its Resort 2019, which included the brand's first ready-to-wear collection, Frankie's Bikinis made a splash during a celebrity-filled fashion show held at The Banks in downtown.
INDX threw a party at Fred Segal in West Hollywood, Calif. June 21 to mark its launch. Seen at the party, Joe Zee and Donald Pliner
During the 14th-annual Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest, held June 20 in Boca Raton, Fla., clever designers showcased ornate, beautiful designs.
Fred Segal is slated to open a 4,000-square-foot shop in Malibu early 2019.
Upcycled fashion for homeless youth in Los Angeles wins an award for Malibu teen.
Patrick DiLascia traveled to Westfield Century City to produce a pop-up shop for his self-named Patrick brand.
Graduates of the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising's (FIDM) Menswear Advanced Study Program made a connection between smart-looking garments and smart wearable tech when they unveiled their collections Thursday night.
Several creative looks were seen on the runway at the annual student designer fashion show at The Art Institute of California - Orange County.
The world's video gamers converged on downtown Los Angeles for the E3 convention. Competitive video gaming team FaZe Clan produced a Demonstration of their skills, then decamped to a party produced by digital commerce platform Wanderset.
The David August label makes bespoke suits. It recently unveiled a collection of ties and pocket squares for Miracles for Kids.
Designer Adrine Bimanand began creating couture garters in 2010.
Israel Discount Bank of New York is planning to expand its business in California. It stated its case with a party at the Beverly Hills Hilton.
Evelyn & Bobbie started business in 2013 when founder Bree McKeen filed patents for bras which she forecasted would change the way this lingerie is made.