By Andrew Asch | January 16, 2017
A five year run for the New Era flagship on Los Angeles’ Melrose Avenue seems to be over.
After a run of almost 10 years, the Diesel brand shuttered its Melrose Place flagship.
The Fashion & Textile Museum in London has a new exhibition on Josef Frank, the Swedish architect and textile artist who worked with Svenskt Tenn.
Leslie Gallin, president of footwear at UBM—the trade show giant that produces MAGIC, Project and FN Platform—offers her take on the footwear trends on the horizon for Fall 2017.
Don’t know if the Naven designers, Kym and Alexis McClay, have any New Year’s Resolutions. But they made an appearance at Svedka Vodka’s second annual Broken Resolutions Bash Jan. 17
Photo LA, the photography and art exhibition celebrating its 26th year, featured more than 80 exhibitors from around the world, as well as works from galleries, museums, dealers and local art school students.
The long-running Hong Kong Fashion Week celebrates its 48th edition.
You know Rick J. Caruso as the developer of The Grove. But to Pope Francis, he's Knight Commander Rick J. Caruso.
The 2016 Winter Holiday Season is a memory now. Time for another holiday! Chinese New Year is about to start.
Stylist and designer Estevan Ramos takes in the trends--in the booths and in the aisles--at the Agenda show in Long Beach, Calif.
A new capsule collection by California swim line Lolli Swim just bowed at Target.com.
Independent boutique Hail Mary recently announced that it would shutter its doors in Santa Monica, Calif. This, after a two year run of serving as a multi-line, contemporary shop.
Move over Adam Bomb. There’s a new logo at prominent Los Angeles streetwear brand The Hundreds.
The Limited announced on Jan. 8 that it was closing all of its 250 of its brick-and-mortar stores and laying off 4,000 employees. The company will continue to operate its online store.
A new shopping venture rising up in Long Beach gets a commitment from Nordstrom Rack.