By Dorothy Crouch | January 3, 2019
Now in its tenth year, the Vans Custom Culture campaign launched Jan. 2, affording an opportunity for high-school students to create extraordinary shoe designs for cash prizes from the Costa Mesa, Calif., action-sports apparel brand.
There’s a song that says “Breaking Up is Hard To Do,” but maybe the jackets from the Breakup Collection will help.
In downtown Los Angeles, Lefty Production Co. founder Marta Miller and Tukatech founder Ram Sareen celebrated their new Lefty Production Co. Los Angeles TukaCenter with a recent ribbon cutting.
Australian lingerie label Honey Birdette opened its first American bricks-and-mortar boutique in Los Angeles. The label plans to roll out 40 stores in North America.
Los Angeles-headquartered brand Wvs Brgde is keeping its holiday charity local this year. It is working with Skid Row non-profit Los Angeles Mission in a clothing drive for homeless in downtown Los Angeles.
A new fashion boutique, Voodoo, opened Dec. 15 near the intersection of 9th and Broadway in downtown Los Angeles.
While you’re having fun snowboarding, Trey Humphries wants you to think a little bit about the wider world.
Almost every designer will tell you that if you look good, you will feel more confident. It’s one reason the Los Angeles non-profit Haute Healing produced a clothing-and-beauty drive for people who may need a boost.
The new Badgley Mischka outpost is located in a historic building in West Hollywood.
About six years ago, Cult Gaia was a go-to label for the festival girl. Things have changed a bit.
Supermodel Maggie Rizer appeared as one of the ‘Perfect Icons’ of modeling on the Sept. 2014 issue of Vogue Japan. Recently, she opened the boutique M by Maggie Rizer.
The RealReal and Stella McCartney have decided to celebrate their year-long partnership by extending the collaboration to promote a circular economy.
Old Navy will pay for you to come to the store to pick up your online order.
Frank and Angela Rodriguez design high-end, made-to-measure clothes with a streetwear edge for their atelier Victorious 22. On Dec. 6, the Rodriguezes focused on philanthropy.
With red-board buildings designed to evoke rural marketplaces of USA and England in the past, Brentwood Country Mart recently marked its 70th anniversary.
Housed at the LA Athletic Club on the corner of 7th and Olive Streets, the DTLA // IRL pop-up event brought together artists, fashion designers, food vendors and members of the community during the holiday season.