By Andrew Asch | January 22, 2018
There are performance fabrics, but what about fabric that puts on a performance?
During the zenith of True Religion’s popularity, you were a nobody if you did not have a True Religion logo somewhere on your body. Now True Religion is celebrating nobodies.
Back when buying music at brick-and-mortar record stores was a big thing, I diverted untold sums of money into a remix of this tune or that song. Well, it’s a new world and Gap is remixing fashion.
From San Diego's Little Italy, Alchemē offers wellness...and fashion.
Artist Rachel Feinstein does her interpretation of the Victoria's Secret models.
Talk about mixed messages. Vans celebrated the release of the Versa Hoodie DX on Jan. 18. It also celebrated the new book Skateboarding is not a Fashion by SkateboardMuseum Berlin.
In his early days, Man Ray often worked as a fashion photographer.
Towering above the streets of Hollywood, the independent Wolk Morais label produced a runway show for its Collection 6 on the rooftop of the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel on Jan. 17.
Downtown Los Angeles continues to a collection of giant construction projects. But on Jan. 21, one of those big productions will be unveiled. Boutique hotel NoMad will open in the ornate Bank of Italy building at 649 S. Olive St.
The Ashton Michael does runway shows guerrilla style; just add flower petals and motorcycles
Hong Kong Fashion Week introduces a more compact version of its show that highlights Fall/Winter 2018.
HelpJess recently unveiled its Show & Sell e-commerce. HelpJess' Simon La Barrie says the app will help people shop across the globe with the app's real time video chat.
2nd Street opens first U.S. store on Melrose Avenue.
You may have trained in jiu jitsu and picked up a few bruises at Gracie Jiu Jitsu University. But Rener Gracie of Gracie U is flexing his design creativity with Hoodie Hero.
It's a New Year and Obey introduced collaboration line Wildfang X Obey.