By Nicole Martinez | July 20, 2016
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.
When Beverly Hills philanthropic organization The Colleagues says they practice “Philanthropy through Fashion from the best closets in town,” they’re not kidding around.
Robertson retail chain Kitson may be gone. But in its place is Kitross, the new retail boutique opened by original Kitson owner Fraser Ross.
German eyewear company has a sing out front of its soon-to-open location.
The Local.132 by General Pants Co. opens an outpost on La Brea Avenue.
If you have not yet seen "Reining Men” at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (or even if you have), now is your chance to see the costume exhibition with the experts.
Five-time Olympic medalist Missy Franklin helps design new line of performance swimwear for Speedo USA.
Stylist and designer Rachel Zoe and her husband Rodger Berman will host the West Coast version of Super Saturday, the all-day shopping fund-raiser for the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance (OCRFA).
Oak converts one-half of its downtown LA store into an outlet.
Forget the bulky silver spacesuits. A group of European fashion school students have a new take on the future of space fashion
Lingerie brand Naja recently kicked off a campaign titled #NudeForAll, which hopes to draw attention to the idea that the color “nude” is exclusionary and does not reflect the reality that people come in many shades of skin color.
All 450 Sports Authority stores are holding a going-out-of-business sale.
Zappos recently kicked off its #ImNotABox campaign.
Naomi Campbell recently flipped the switch on the Empire State Building turning the iconic New York landmark red in honor of Red Nose Day, the international fund-raiser for children in need around the world.
Bridal and fashion designer Monique Lhuillier launches stationery brand.
WithMe debuts its first mall location with shopping lineup that changes all the time.