By Deborah Belgum | September 13, 2016
Styles that would be worn by the women on "Empire" make a splash at large-size retailer Torrid.
Thai designer mixes U.S. and Thai classics - and finds something new.
After years of building a fleet of stores in Europe, Subdued, an Italian line of clothes for juniors, opened its first U.S. store. It’s in Santa Monica, Calif. Take a look
Burlington Coat Factory takes over part of the St. Vincent Jewelry Center to add on to downtown LA store.
Plenty of people have scored a steal on yoga classes and fitness bands on Groupon. Now the online deal site is expanding its reach into your fitness regimen with the launch of its own private-label activewear brand.
Store in Laurel Plaza scheduled to shutter this fall.
FIDM, which recently opened it Art of Television Costume Design exhibition with Emmy-nominated costumes from Game of Thrones, American Horror Story: Hotel, Downton Abbey, Roots, Transparent and Outlander, recently hosted a talk with Outlander costume designer Terry Dresbach.
Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th opens third Los Angeles County store.
Inspired by traditional workwear, Los Angeles headquartered streetwear brand The Hundreds released its Fall 2016 collection today.
After many years in Westlake Village, K-Swiss is making a big move to DTLA.
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.