MUSIC + FASHION
By Alison A. Nieder | April 22, 2014
E-tailer Revolve signed Iggy Azalea as the face of its Summer campaign, releasing a series of shots featuring the Australian singer channeling Cher Horowitz from Amy Heckerling’s 1995 film “Clueless.”
H&M got its organic on March 19. It threw a party for its third Conscious Exclusive collection with celebs like Kate Mara, Sophia Bush and Amber Valletta.
Lots of shoes and different ways to buy them at new store in Goleta, Calif.
The Epson name has long stood for the very highest standards of print performance, quality and reliability. Now, we’re putting our expertise into an exciting new suite of purpose-built garment printers.
The Fall 14 Los Angeles Fashion Market sounded like a perfect time to get better acquainted with Los Angeles, said Nina Churchill, vice-president of the New York-headquartered women’s contemporary label.
The first day of the Los Angeles Men’s Market, March 17, was busy. Fortunately the guys got a little rest and recreation too.
The Gap Inc. starts new campaign for outlet stores.
Fresh from her runway shows at Style Fashion Week, Maggie Barry, who has costumed stars ranging from Katy Perry to Van Halen, presided over the March 13 debut of Shoppe, the monthly pop-up shop at her new atelier in downtown Los Angeles. “We’re doing random acts of fashion here,” Barry joked
Betsey Johnson showed her Fall 14 collection on March 12 at Style Fashion Week at LA Live.
Los Angeles contemporary line Wren's YouTube video titled “First Kiss” features 10 strangers meeting—and kissing—for the first time.
Christian Audigier lists another house for sale.
The Cooper Design Space will host an exhibition of photographer Jamie Johnson’s new series, titled “Vices, or I will Not…”
Designer Brit Barber has been representing a different bespoke suit; the custom made swim suit. This month, Barber's BeachCandy label will be debuting a collaboration capsule line of custom swim suits with luxe St. Regis Monarch Beach resort.
Los Angeles designers are front and center for Los Angeles Fashion Market.
As LA Fashion Week runway shows start rolling out, familiar complaints about Los Angeles' fashion week start rolling in. Some fashion veterans chart on what LA Fashion Week should do next.
No question, nail art continues to scale new heights, and Angel Anderson and Sarah Heering want new Da Vincis and Warhols to create their own nail art masterpieces, but in a social media way.