By Andrew Asch | September 15, 2014
Streetwear loves satire, but that doesn't mean it is fashion for jerks. Enter The Hundreds X Haiti.
New York’s Oak boutique went big when it opened its newest Los Angeles boutique.
After a career designing bags for other people, Michelle Queza will debut her own bag line. It’s called Simone Michele.
The makers of Uggs, Tevas, Sanuks and other footwear goes all out in constructing its new headquarters in Goleta, Calif.
With its old motto “Youth Against Establishment” retired, Volcom has been rolling out its new brand tagline “True To This.” To mark the occasion, Volcom has released some short films.
The Singer sewing machine was patented on Aug. 12, 1851.
Park City–based iStabilizer has introduced “the perfect selfie creator,” a monopod and a shutter remote system that lets you take your own photo without the fisheye look that comes with an extreme closeup.
Steve Craig, president and chief executive officer of Craig Realty Group, donated more than $10,000 on Aug. 9, to non-profit groups. Craig Realty also participated in day of service for Commerce where volunteers seek to clear out garbage and clean-up graffiti around Commerce.
Clothiers always introduce new styles during the Fall season, but for Banana Republic, Gap Inc’s upscale retailer, Fall is all about a new direction.
American Apparel offered no apologies for its risqué billboards which have long proven to be lightning rods for criticism. But the vertical retailer’s newest billboards seemed to be testing a new pitch; see the brash company in a different light.
Etsy is helping its B2C sellers take the plunge into B2B with Etsy Wholesale, a new program that connects Esty sellers with retailers.
For the Mighty Healthy brand, the way to celebrate a decade in business was this; design a capsule collection with a favorite artist Kevin Lyons, and sell at it Pacific Sunwear.
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.