By Andrew Asch | June 13, 2018
For their act post Intermix, Sari Sloane Keledjian and Haro Keledjian opened The Westside
Katin threw 90th birthday party for Sato Hughes, one of the pioneers of boardshorts style.
Tennessee high school gets $75,000 prize from Vans.
A giant Zara opened in Beverly Center today. The Webster is scheduled to open in 2020.
It's called Propaganda Agency, but Jack Watkins promises that there's nothing iffy with the materials in his new men's line.
Surf is up for Agenda trade show and Stab magazine.
During the 27th-annual Apparel Sourcing Show in Guatemala City, attendees found the latest in new technology and textiles.
A trend that started at a Los Angeles store is being brought to 30 more Nordstrom stores and online.
Creative hats were in order for the opening of the 'Plato in LA' exhibit at the Getty Villa.
West Hollywood-based beauty-and-fashion subscription box service FabFitFun brings the do-it-yourself (DIY) spirit to its members through a partnership with New York's DIY master Erica Domesek, whose lifestyle brand P.S. - I Made This ... has become the destination for maker enthusiasts.
Probably no one ever called compression socks sexy, much less stylish.But entrepreneur Andrew Ferenci saw opportunity in the stodgy sock.
Emo Nite runs rock clubs in more than 30 cities. It also rocks a lot of clothing merch.
Downtown Los Angeles’ Noon Goons made a splash last year when it made clothes inspired by the Southern California punk scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Now it’s going for West Coast jazz.
You may have met Deeso when he worked at Crooks & Castles' flagship stores. Recently, he opened a space for his own brand in DTLA.
Building upon their partnership that started in 2016, Fabletics will support Girls Up--the United Nations initiative that promotes gender equality--with a limited-edition capsule collection.
Kevan Hall's designs speak to the modern woman who loves lace.