By Deborah Belgum | February 8, 2016
Design school goes out for motion picture costume display.
The newest store on high profile retail street Abbot Kinney Boulevard is Merican Made.
For nearly 70 years, members of Los Angeles’ textile and apparel industry have been throwing a holiday party for neighborhood children.
Buyer and editor Marquelle Turner-Gilchrist was looking for a way to showcase “paint new pictures of the black man and highlight the diversity and strength of black men.” What began as a photo project has evolved into a film series called “The New Stereotype.”
Mode Studio released its latest 100 Years of Fashion video called “100 Years of New Year’s Style.”
Forever 21's new concept store expanding nationwide.
Everything must go at the Oak stores.
The Los Angeles-based label is staking out its first retail foray in a high-end neighborhood.
Invista may be best known in the swim business as the maker of Lycra, but with its latest campaign, the fiber giant is stepping away from the pool.
Artisans in Sierra Leone design T-shirt collection for American Apparel.
L.A. online specialty retailer The Dreslyn will launch the first season of Modern Weaving accessories. The collection of handbags and jewelry will be sold exclusively on The Dreslyn for the next four weeks.
West Hollywood boutique Kin kicked off the holidays with a shopping event on Dec. 10. The staff gave some time for a photo.
Carl Louisville didn’t need this before the holidays.
Fashion magazines get slightly better at putting non-white models on the cover.
The future is here. Or it will be once the $5 billion American Dream Meadowlands mall opens, that is.
BNKR opens Los Angeles showroom for four days of sample sales.