By Andrew Asch | June 22, 2017
For a celebration to mark the completion of Phase One of an extensive remodel, Beverly Center hosted a talk on costuming with actress/producer/creative hyphenate Mindy Kaling and costumer Salvador Perez.
Mightier than 10 armies! It’s the marketing push behind the upcoming Wonder Woman movie. But the Nuyu brand plans to do something different with Wonder Woman styles.
Inspired by the high desert and frontier lifestyle, the True West pop-up was curated by Barbara Kramer, co-founder of Designers and Agents, and Jessica Hundley, writer and filmmaker.
Downtown Los Angeles' Fashion District is on a high end sneaker kick. Holy Grail moved to the enclave in April, it is just the latest high end sneaker boutique to open for business in the Fashion District.
Consumers will soon be able to decide where their American Apparel T-shirt is made - in the U.S. or in Central America.
Amazon has been steadily taking a position in the fashion industry for several years. It's latest fashion product takes the mega retailer right into the closets of its customer.
Since 1984, Bakery Nosh has been located on the second floor of the California Market Center showroom building; serving bagels, cookies and coffees to garmentos and the stylish. On May 1, Bakery Nosh made a big move.
More than 100,000 people are expected to be marching into downtown Los Angeles today for May Day protests.
Brooklyn Hat Company pulled into the Trina Turk/Mr. Turk boutique in Palm Springs, Calif. for a trunk show recently.
The Oak + Fort brand opened a boutique at Westfield Century City in West Los Angeles earlier this month. But the brand came to downtown Los Angeles to party on April 27.
Some 3,000 high schools across the country participated in the Vans design contest to create a wild and crazy shoe with an artistic sense.
Los Angeles' Reformation brand moved into a new, eco-factory in November. On Earth Day brand founder Yael Aflalo gave a tour.
ArtCenter’s photography department’s “Dynamic Dozen” shine behind the lens.
Los Angeles Police Department continued to search for a suspect after shots were fired in the the Fashion District.
The barricade is up. The semi-official word is out. Incase is going to move to downtown Los Angeles.
With looks such as a Shell Toe Adidas dress and leather jackets with pops of color, Brandon James showed 40 looks from his B. James line.