By Andrew Asch | February 6, 2017
South Coast Plaza kicked off its 50th anniversary set of celebrations with a gala dinner in Malibu.
Los Angeles-centric Monrow decides to hit the retail road with a new store.
designLAb, located on the 2nd floor of the Big Blue Building at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, Calif., recently celebrated the new year with a public reception for new galleries with art and design exhibits.
Los Angeles retail boutique Ron Robinson will host a pair of sweet events for the launch of Sugar + Ron Robinson, a retro T-shirt collection that blends “pop-rock colors” and “cotton candy fabrics.”
Nordstrom Rack to take over old Sport Chalet space.
The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Orange County has an exhibit showing the works of five designers who influenced California's 1950s-era fashion.
Athleta, the fitness apparel division of San Francisco–based Gap Inc. is adding fair trade-certified styles to its collection of activewear.
Mark Werts puts his house near Griffith Park up for sale.
Jeanologia, the Spanish developer and distributor of laser-finishing equipment for jeans and other apparel, and Lenzing, the maker of Tencel, have joined forces to showcase the benefits of “laser laundry technology” on Tencel fabrics and garments.
Banana Republic to highlight Spring collection during New York Fashion Week, when everyone else is showing Fall.
LA Live and Staples Center are places to grab a bite to eat, see a game, a concert, a movie, and maybe check out some music history at the Grammy Museum. Not so much a place to shop. But the story changed on Jan. 26. New Era unveiled its one-of-a kind New Era D- Lab shop in downtown Los Angeles.
Glamour magazine and Girlgaze recently hosted an intimate lunch celebrating “Films Powered by Women” at the Sundance Film Festival, where directors, editors and actors had an opportunity to meet, mingle and toast the work of female filmmakers.
Ontario Mills will have a host of activities for the start of Chinese New Year.
AG is scheduled to open at Fashion Island. Sweaty Betty is scheduled to open at Lido Marina Village.
A former software developer from Seattle has come up with a process that could usher in the robotic age of apparel manufacturing.