By Andrew Asch | September 10, 2019
The Aliso Viejo, Calif.-headquartered SIMA Humanitarian Fund, a non-profit run by the Surf Industry Manufacturers Association, is raising funds to help people in the areas hard hit in the Bahamas by the Hurricane Dorian.
On Oct. 1 Carl Louisville is scheduled to open a second location of his Carl's Atelier concept.
In the past few years, there’s been a boom in the popularity of vintage clothing and an increase of high-end vintage stores on retail streets and online. Retailer Zac Vargas wondered if the current wave of vintage shops lacks soul and a culture that he loved when shopping for rockabilly styles on Los Angeles’ Melrose Avenue in the 1980s.
Puey Quiñones designed for gowns Filipina newsmakers such as Gloria Macapacal-Arroyo, the former Philippines president.
Everlane opened a shop on Los Angeles' Abbot Kinney at the start of this week. At the end of the week, another formerly Internet-only retailer, Warby Parker, announced plans to open a physical boutique.
The Rolling Stones played a highly anticipated gig Aug. 22 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif. Since music merchandise is a giant business, it’s only natural that a lot of merch was created for the Stones’ No Filter tour
“If you can envision a table where you have Jean-Michel Basquiat, Gianni Agnelli and Lucky Luciano smoking cigars and drinking whiskey, that’s us in a nutshell,” he said.
Formerly pureplay digital retailer Everlane is scheduled to open its third permanent shop Aug. 22.
Sustainable-apparel brand Tentree brought its reforestation mission to California to provide relief to the region following the devastation caused by years of destructive wildfires in the state.
Continuing to take notes from its 1990s styles, the Guess Jeans U.S.A. division of Los Angeles' Guess?, Inc., announced the launch of its Guess Sport capsule collection, which will debut Aug. 24.
Founded in 2013 in Orange County, Calif., and is currently manufactured in Los Angeles, KAOHS finally produced a runway show in Southern California. The show for Beached was produced on Aug. 15.
Atelier & Repairs brand wanted to make a statement beyond commerce.
With a long list of celebrity clients and a knack for creating protective animal products, Los Angeles-based designer Dalia MacPhee launched a line of blankets to comfort and protect orphaned baby elephants.
Denim brand Bldwn manufactures its jeans and runs creative office in Los Angeles. On Aug. 12, it increased its retail presence in the Los Angeles area by opening its first flagship store.
Ramping up before its first full collection, the Richer Poorer label produced a styling panel at American Rag in Los Angeles.
Avocado held a party for a partnership with Sensil Premium Performance nylon. I