By Andrew Asch | September 4, 2020
It’s eight years in the future, but a logo has already been developed for the 2028 Los Angeles Olympic. Los Angeles notables such as Bobby Hundreds were invited to add their designs.
Upon unveiling its 2021 collection, swimwear brand Snapper Rock presented new patterns and greater sustainable efforts.
Foot Locker opened its first West Coast Power Store on Aug. 26 in Compton, Calif.
On Aug. 26, there’s going to be a virtual party for San Diego brands Santos Swim and Kith + Kimono.
Jean Sung, an executive director and chief marketing officer of The North Face Korea, recently introduced Fall 2020 styles for a separate brand, EDIT+, an emerging global ethical and sustainable fashion label for women and men.
Denim giant Levi’s released a public service announcement urging voters in the United States to exercise their right to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
Known for his illustration-style artwork, fashion design and furniture, designer Nicholas Mayfield uses his pieces in different categories to not only offer unique elements of style—he is also extending a helping hand to spread important messages. He is now working with the Los Angeles Music and Art School by donating one of his artistic works for an auction that will benefit the organization.
We’ve seen organic denim, T-shirts and dresses. San Francisco-headquartered brand Opok recently released an organic boxer-brief line. The boxers are made from GOTS-certified organic cotton and organic dyes.
Looking for inspiration and treasure hunting at the Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, Calif., has been a rite of passage for almost every creative in Los Angeles fashion.
Sneaker-and-lifestyle brand Skechers recently announced the opening of its Paris flagship on the city's Rue de Rivoli.
With the launch of its Fall/Winter 2020 campaign, Guess? announced actor and singer Michele Morrone as the face of Guess Men's.
For more than 60-years, Los Angeles style has been deeply influential in jeans and T-shirts, and the city continues to make a deep impression for two European designers who spent a lot of time in L.A. and recently released fashion lines.
Technical athletic company Lululemon Athletica recently opened a pop-up shop at The Bloc retail center in downtown Los Angeles.
Levi’s released its XX Chino line earlier this year. The venerable denim brand decided to continue the collection for Fall/Winter 2020. New looks include an ergonomic cargo-pocket style.
As Macy’s reopens stores, it continues to rollout locations for its offprice Macy’s Backstage sections located in its department stores. On Aug. 8, it opened 11 Macy’s Backstage stores within stores, with two of these shops located in Southern California.
Retro elements from Guess? reappear in the Fall 2020 Guess Originals collection that is inspired by the brand's 1990s style.