By Andrew Asch | August 22, 2016
Last week kids contemporary brand me.n.u opened a Beverly Hills pop-up shop.
Food trucks have been the Los Angeles culinary craze for a few years, now they’ve parked at the California Market Center.
He used to skateboard on it. Now he looks at it as prime art material.
The Maxfield Lofts on Santee Street have leased out one-fourth of the residential units since opening.
Wet Seal’s rebound campaign is hoping to make a splash with bloggers, bloggers, bloggers.
The 12th annual Art Deco Festival is a chance to see fashion, art and architecture in Long Beach.
Exhibition will show more than 100 costumes from 22 TV shows.
Waters are crowded in the swim/beachwear market, but New York City’s Faherty brand hopes to make a California splash.
Streetwear, meet soccer.
Elizabeth and James store opened by the Olsen twins.
San Lorenzo’s barely-there bikinis and one-pieces were rendered floral and feminine for the Spring 2017 line, which was showcased on the runway on July 17 at the Lycra Swim Salon at the W South Beach hotel during Miami Swim Week.
Celebrating its 60th anniversary, Gottex introduced its Cruise 2017 collection on July 16 at the W South Beach hotel during Miami Swim Week with a mix of the brand’s classic style elevated with bold metallics and racy silhouettes.
This year’s Hammock runway show—held July 15 at the W South Beach hotel during Miami Swim Week—was a departure from the standard romp.
Rich, burnt colors, animal prints, and stripes were present throughout ViX by Paula Hermmany’s Spring 2017 collection, which featured swimsuits, accessories and ready-to-wear resort pieces on the runway at Funkshion Miami Fashion Week on July 15.
Los Angeles–based swimwear brand Lee+Lani debuted its 2017 line at a runway show on July 15 at Funkshion Fashion Week during Miami Swim Week.
California footwear maker Sanuk collaborates with the "Queen of Collage" to make brightly hued sandals and boat shoe.