By Andrew Asch | December 6, 2013
Christmas is a few weeks away. Valentine’s Day is next year. But Dec. 5 was the right time for Tie the Knot, a pop-up shop devoted to the cause of Marriage Equality, to open at the Beverly Center.
At Fashion Week San Diego, the audience voted for label RHCreation as the best designer label.
Cotton Inc.'s Blue Jeans Go Green program celebrated recycling a million pieces of denim. It's to help communities in need.
Jake Bronstein, the founder and CEO of Brooklyn-based men’s line Flint and Tinder, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund The Bluelace Project for made-in-America shoelaces.
Finnish design company Marimekko crafted some bright, new looks for Holiday '13, stylist Laurie Brucker gave a talk on how to make the most of the color.
Manny J of The Gent's Closet Produced a Movember party at The Left Shoe on Nov. 20. Are these guys ahead of the fashion vanguard?
Years after his death, Fashion brands have been inspired by President John F. Kennedy, in a surprise the name of his rival Nixon comes up too.
Researchers and engineers have developed a way to inkjet-print electronic circuits on a range of materials—including fabric.
Garrett Leight of Garrett Leight California Optical parties for his Abbot Kinney boutique and his magazine Spectacle.
People around the world have worked on aid efforts to help those made homeless and destititute by Typhoon Haiyan. Brooklyn Projects and a bevy of models and glam girls did their part on Nov. 17.
The Sayers Club seemed like the backdrop for a spy movie, but Original Chuck held a shindig for its Holiday 13 and Spring '14 caps there.
When Dutch macaque anatomist Roxana Kooijmans needed a way to share her collection of monkey brains with other scientists, she turned to a StyleShoots, the tech company that makes an automated photography system for fashion e-commerce sites.
How this for a lot of fashion? The Park showroom not only opened a boutique in downtown L.A. They opened the 7 Points boutique in the Lady Liberty fashion showroom building. That's a lot of fashion.
After 10 years of pioneering e-commerce, what do you do? If you are Revolve Clothing, you party at DBA, a new West Hollywood club
Authentic Apparel is launching a collection of “army style” clothing, which is officially licensed by the U.S. Army.
Rock 'n' roll fashion has been called everything from highly influential to sexy and a minor eyesore. Designer John Varvatos catalogs the whole hullaballoo of rock fashion in his new book