By Andrew Asch | March 7, 2018
We saw a preview of Hudson Jeans’ The Bad and Beautiful Spring/Summer ’18 campaign in Las Vegas. A billboard for the campaign was recently unveiled in West Hollywood.
A stark-white salon, a neon-light sculpture at the end of the runway and six beautifully coifed models was the scene for recently inducted hairstylist Jacqueline Castillo for her debut soirée at Ramos Carreon Salon on Beverly Boulevard.
Driving a Kubota tractor to the 3rd Street entrance of Los Angeles’ Beverly Center, Nathan Peitso signaled the March 15 opening of Farmhouse, his seed-to-farm restaurant.
Hale Bob went glam for its F/W 2018 collection.
Following shows in New York, Art Hearts Fashion was in Los Angeles again for a March 12 to 16 run at The MacArthur, which was built in 1925 as a lodge that housed the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.
After a hiatus on the retail scene, Bebe opens its first lifestyle store.
Three of the 12 women used in the recent By Women, For Women campaign are from Los Angeles.
Los Angeles’ Project Social T raises funds for non-profits with the sales of the brand’s t-shirts. Recently, it partnered with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’ Make March Matter campaign.
For 14-years, Moods of Norway has been on a mission to push the borders of menswear. But on March 1, it shut down its Los Angeles store.
New eatery opens up where a clothing store used to be located.
After more than eight of years of running a store a little off of Los Angeles’ Fairfax Avenue, The Hundreds moved onto the street, which has been called the Rodeo Drive of streetwear.
For view on how stylists do what they do, Janelle Carothers suggests you check out her mixtape.
During its second P.J. Party by the Sea event, luxury pajama and lifestyle brand P.J. Salvage collaborated with jewelry-design line Gorjana, as they invited social-media and fashion influencers to Laguna Beach’s Pacific Edge Hotel for an evening of pampering and pajamas.
Sanuk made a splash with its irreverent humor and comfortable footwear. On Feb. 27, it partied for its 'Chapter 2' in a faux Hollywood dive restaurant.
Direct-to-consumer brand DSTLD recently opened a pop-up shop at 8406 Melrose Ave.