By Andrew Asch | December 12, 2017
Taylor Swift’s Reputation tour is scheduled to hit California in May 2018, but for those who want the Taylor experience now, the Reputation pop-up shop has opened at Third Street Promenade
Italian fashion house Zegna showed some moves.
Patagonia Inc. joined conservation groups to sue the Trump Administration over its decision to reduce the acreage of Bears Ears national monument in Utah.
The 50th anniversary celebration of South Coast Plaza continues.
Brooks Bros., a clothier to Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, produced its annual holiday party Dec. 2 at its Rodeo Drive flagship. Beside holiday fun, the aim of party was to raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
We’ve seen our share of celebrities while blogging for California Apparel News.
Cal Mare held a debut party on Nov. 30. The star chef driven restaurant is part of Beverly Center's $500 million renovation.
The sample-sale season is upon us.
Rock The Wheel is a new Los Angeles–based men’s start-up company founded by owner Robert Rodriguez and Creative Director Francisco Platt. Years ago, Rodriguez was involved in a serious car accident which left him paralyzed from the chest down. Now finding himself living in a wheelchair in a seated position, off-the-rack clothing became very problematic to wear.
Contemporary men’s brand Wool & Thimble made its debut at Bloomingdale’s in Westfield Fashion Square.
After more than two decades, E! television’s “Fashion Police” aired its final episode on Nov. 27 at 8 p.m.
New Era collaborated with Fred Segal to make Sunset Collection. It's very Los Angeles. How Los Angeles? The collection features caps for prominent L.A. area high school sports teams. Go Hamilton High School Yankees!
Guess launches its Spring 2018 jeans campaign with a superstar.
Designer Zandra Rhodes will discuss her career designing fashion and costumes at a Nov. 28 event organized by The Chimaera Project and the Huntington Beach Academy of Performing Arts in Huntington Beach, Calif.
If you need an outfit for Thanksgiving Day, Forever 21 will be open for you.
The watch business these days is dominated by connected smart watches, high-tech timepieces and status brands. But there once was a time when the watch revolution came in a plastic box.