By Andrew Asch | June 22, 2017
For a celebration to mark the completion of Phase One of an extensive remodel, Beverly Center hosted a talk on costuming with actress/producer/creative hyphenate Mindy Kaling and costumer Salvador Perez.
The downtown Los Angeles fashion biz mourned the loss of Beverly Hills Hosiery, which has been selling hosiery, intimates and costumes for more than 80-years. But the company's new ownership told us to get ready for a comeback.
Barbara Fields Buying Office has been forecasting juniors fashion for more than 30-years. Last week, it released the Fields Spring Summer 2018 Trend Report. Fields gave us a peek at trends forecast to make a splash soon.
Get ready for the first breakfast buffet party produced by the showrooms on the A-wing of the CMC's 3rd floor.
After nine years of building an apparel line for men, women and children in Los Angeles, Jeff Abrams, founder of Rails brand is going cross country to open a pop-up shop. The Rails pop-up will be in the East Coast surfing Mecca of Montauk June 3-4.
Fred Segal made headlines in December when it announced that it would open a West Hollywood location. On June 1, it gave a peek inside the upcoming store.
The official start to summer is still a few weeks away, but at Elodie K. in Los Angeles, every day feels like a sunny vacation.
Fairfax Avenue is still the Rodeo Drive of streetwear, but there have been some notable shops leaving the thoroughfare.
T-shirt maker Bella+Canvas will have YouTube content change weekly.
After an eight year run on Los Angeles’ Westside, award winning fashion designer Phillip Lim
From pompadoured hair to high end sneakers, men’s styles have been reaching for new heights in the past five years. Pocket Square Clothing hoped it could wrap some of the creative ferment in a handkerchief. It celebrated the first anniversary of its downtown Los Angeles shop on May 25.
NorCal fashion label Jake took a bow this year with suiting, dresses and casual looks that explore style, gender and architecture,
ComplexCon surprised many, when thousands of people bought tickets to the festival’s inaugural run in Long Beach, Calif. last year, to take in its mix of hip hop acts, art displays, food truck style cuisine and yes, retail. On May 25, ComplexCon producers Complex Networks and Reedpop announced a sophomore run for the festival. It also announced a committee to guide the festival. One of the committee luminaries will be Sarah Andelman, co-founder of the Parisian fashion/concept store Colette.
JustFab is getting its snark back on thanks to a new partnership with Betches, the website, Instagram, book series and store founded in 2011by Jordana Abraham, Samantha Fishbein, and Aleen Kuperman.
On May 18, the label Sugar introduced its Sugar + Baywatch at Ron Robinson.
After spending the past year or so launching the Avec Les Filles brand, and rolling out the brand in 155 Macy’s, Joyce Azria, Avec Les Filles’ founder, said it was time to celebrate. Her way of celebration? Open up a pop-up shop.