By Deborah Belgum | May 17, 2019
The winners received $75,000 in prize money for their arts program at the high school.
PacSun pops up in London.
Winding down Fashion Revolution Week, which was observed April 22-28, Swap Society hosted the Global Swap Event Los Angeles, where attendees discussed responsible apparel sourcing.
This joke had legs.
As part of its 2019 retail expansion, Los Angeles-based active-lifestyle brand Fabletics opened its first New York location with a SoHo pop-up shop.
More stores are opening at Caruso’s Palisades Village retail center in Los Angeles’ exclusive Pacific Palisades neighborhood.
This week, Swedish lifestyle brand Happy Socks opened its second Los Angeles store, which includes a new space that houses its creative hub.
The Hanro brand commissioned a mural by Swiss artist Blanda for its Beverly Hills, Calif. boutique. It was unveiled April 24.
Beginning May 9, The Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles will unveil "Fearless Fashion: Rudi Gernreich," an exhibition that celebrates the designer's life and work.
Seven high schools in California are among the 50 semi-finalists named in the Vans shoe contest.
Gentle Monster, the eyeglass-store chain from South Korea, freshens up its decor to keep its downtown L.A. outpost relevant.
Tackling one of the most difficult fashion pieces to make sustainable, retailer Everlane will launch a new sneaker that it says is a greener option for consumers.
Observing Earth Day 2019 at the California Market Center in downtown Los Angeles included a pop-up shop showcasing ecologically sound brands that prioritize quality.
Amy Rebecca Wilde of Vegan Scene wanted her Venice shop to live up to its name. She started a pop-up market for other vegan designers.
Haley Solar makes sustainable fashion at her self-named shop Hayley Solar.
The first weekend of the 2019 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival made headlines.The festival’s satellite parties made their own waves.