By Andrew Asch | August 15, 2014
New York’s Oak boutique went big when it opened its newest Los Angeles boutique.
A Uniqlo emporium is scheduled to open at Los Angeles’ Beverly Center on Oct. 10, but to take the sting off of the building anticipation (or perhaps to stoke it a bit more) the Japanese clothier opened a pop-up shop at Beverly Center on July 31.
The real star of the season isn’t a super model or an action star – it’s Grumpy Cat! The feline with a sour puss made an appearance at Kitson in Santa Monica on Aug. 4.
Cute and spooky was Tokidoki’s style when the Los Angeles-headquartered pop-culture brand took its bow about a decade ago. With the ntroduction of a new character Palette, it's just getting cute.
Pepsi. It’s not just a soft drink. It’s a fashion line too. Pepsi recently introduced the Pepsi Live For Now Collaboration.
fter 17-years of running maternity shops in the San Francisco Bay area, Mom’s The Word opened a Los Angeles location.
Action Sports Brand Globe International defied the current way of making the surf movie. Their flick, Strange Rumblings in Shangri La, premieres on July 31. Here's a peek into Globe's big surf world.
Streetwear brand Rebel 8 produced pop-up shops in Taipei and Sydney this year, and in June the brand opened a shop at its Los Angeles-headquarters. But for some people, it might be as tough to get there as skateboarding down a set of concrete steps.
At the Museo Nacional de la Historia del Traje in Buenos Aires, Argentina, fashion history is on display.
Colombian swimwear maker Onda de Mar shows its latest collection on the runway at Colombiamoda.
Call Indah a multi-cultural flirt. Its new swim line was called Jambo Zuri, which translates as 'Hello Beautiful' from Swahili. It took a bow July 21 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim
Was there a bad girl at the sunny Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim? It could have been the line Minimale Animale. Models wore motorcycle helmets at the show and heavy metal music blasted on the show's soundtrack.
Spanish designer highlights first day of fashion shows at Colombiamoda in Medellin.
The FIDM Museum & Galleries at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in downtown Los Angeles recently opened its eighth annual “Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design” exhibition.
"Glitch," an exhibition of glitch-inspired fashion and accessories recently opened at the Tokyo Kaihouku shop in Japan.
Sue DiChio, designer of swimwear line Suboo, unveiled a ’70s-inspired collection on July 20 at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Swim.