By Andrew Asch | November 20, 2017
Peer-to-peer luxe marketplace Tradesy unveiled its first physical showroom in Santa Monica.
Please Do Not Enter boutique’s temporary space in West Hollywood will become an art gallery. On Nov. 8, it will host the debut of a show of Arik Levy's sculptures.
It's chilly in Los Angeles. Sweater loving brand Lou & Grey produced a pop-up shop at The Grove.
Artist Kymm Swank's work has been seen on TV shows such as “The Newsroom,” “American Horror Story” and “Mad Men.” an exhibition of Swank's "Central Ave" collection recently opened at the Wallspace gallery in Los Angeles.
Frances Harder ushered in the debut of her new group Fashion For Profit.
The global refugee crisis continues. American clothing company ADIFF hoped to help out by making something that could both clothe and give shelter.
Poketo opened permanent stores over the past few years in Culver City, Calif., Los Angeles' Koreatown and Little Tokyo districts. On Nov. 2, it opened a pop-up shop at Museum of Contemporary Art in downtown Los Angeles.
Ron Robinson unveiled the Innovators & Creatives event.
Superdry produced a super, big party for the Nov. 1 opening of its Westfield Century City flagship.
Luxury essentials brand DSTLD has opened a new pop-up shop in West Hollywood.
Daniel “Nano” Hernandez's “thread portraits” were recently featured at an invitation-only event hosted by Jennifer Lehr, owner of Oxford House events, and actress Ann Russo, at Oxford House in Los Angeles' Los Feliz neighborhood.
The conglomeration of eating zones takes a bow on Nov. 3.
The coach's jacket has made a few laps around the fashion world. It seems like this look continues to have possibilities. Check out Astrneme brand's coach's shirt.
Hoodies are a uniform at hip hop gigs, college campuses, and yes gyms. But even ubiquitous designs are open for tune-ups, said designer Sebastien Amisial.
It was standing-room only on Oct. 19 at the Taschen Gallery (8070 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles) for the opening of KAOS, an exhibit of photographs by Scottish photographer Albert Watson, best known for his fashion, celebrity and art photography.
South Coast Plaza’s 50th Anniversary party continues.