By Andrew Asch | August 22, 2016
Last week kids contemporary brand me.n.u opened a Beverly Hills pop-up shop.
Once you’re involved in fashion, you never really say goodbye.
“Your money isn’t good here! We want your social media posts.” This is the mantra of a pop-up shop to produced July 15-17 by the online only media title Obsessee.
Herve Leger by Max Azria is having a coast-to-coast sample sale.
Rockstar is having a pop-up sale this weekend.
Otis fashion design department packing up and moving out of the California Market Center.
Footaction building out a new retail spot on South Broadway.
Los Angeles’ Melrose Avenue has a long history of being the address to innovative boutiques. But the fabled boulevard also has been dogged by the same complaint year after year. The city blocks are too long. Enter the Melrose Shopping Shuttle.
Grace Loves Lace opens first U.S. flagship store in Los Angeles.
Nike created a new tennis dress for the female players at Wimbledon—and the pleated style is not going over well.
Last weekend, traveling pop-up marketplace Ora et Labora came to Los Angeles.
Several bike share docking stations are being set up in the Los Angeles Fashion District.
Fashion designer Jeremy Scott buys house in Palm Springs.
The California Market Center has teamed up with Wags and Walks dog rescue organization to host a charity sample sale and dog adoption fair on July 29 in CMC’s top-floor penthouse in downtown Los Angeles.
Nordstrom says after 31 years it is shuttering its store at Horton Plaza in San Diego.
Contemporary e-commerce retailer The Dreslyn has added beauty products to its mix.