By Andrew Asch | February 25, 2015
Women’s contemporary show Axis wrapped up in New York City on Feb. 24, and RVCA, the Orange County, Calif. headquartered label, celebrated by opening a pop-up shop in Manhattan.
Anguish and outrage over the assassinations of the editorial staff at Charlie Hebdo on Jan. 7 has become the cri de coeur for those who love freedom of expression.The hashtag Je Suis Charlie proclaiming solidarity with the assassinated journalists has covered Twitter and Facebook, and the statement has taken root beyond the online world, including T-shirts. Kitson's Fraser Ross talks about making a T that expresses solidarity with freedom of speech, but also avoids appearing that it is capitalizing on tragedy.
H&M joins forces with the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival to create an H&M Loves Coachella collection.
Donald Robertson has an alter-ego; Donald Drawbertson, a pop artist who makes whimsical, chic doodles, and brings them to the fashion masses.Drawbertson continues to make pop art, and a Cadillac bearing his art, and lipstick, will drive by Cooper Design Space building in L.A.’s Fashion District noon, Monday, Jan. 12.
The pilot episode of Fox drama “Empire” got rave reviews and fantastic ratings when it debuted on Jan. 7, thanks in part to Taraji P. Henson’s performance
Budweiser Light shows up in LA Fashion District, creating a real-life Pac-Man set.
Nordstrom Rack is opening a new store in Long Beach, Calif.
What makes the founders of storied brands such as Nike, Hurley and Obey tick? Bob Hurley, Shepard Fairey of Obey and Tinker Hatfield of Nike gave a few clues at Agenda Emerge on Jan. 6.
A deal between Coastal Living magazine and Fresh Produce means more apparel production will take place in Southern California.
American Airlines recently unveiled new crew gray uniforms designed by New York–based KaufmanFranco.
Vans is kicking off its 6th-annual Vans Custom Culture competition for high school art programs and students.
Streetwear and action sports brands love caps, and Agenda trade show is all about streetwear, action sports and fashion. So being good trade show producers, Agenda will give its VIP streetwear and action sports people what they want. Caps! Think caps from Hurley, Herschel Supply Co., and DeathWish Skateboards, which will be given to VIPs at the Agenda trade show in Long Beach, CA., which starts today.
Issey Miyake, Martin Margiela and Charles Frederick Worth are among the designers featured in the “Fashion Mix” exhibition at the Museum of Immigration History in Paris.
Victoria's Secret reveals trends for its 2015 swimwear collection.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week hired Sarasota-based Fawley Bryant Architects Inc. to come up with a more-efficient design for New York Fashion Week.
French brand A.P.C. pushes back opening dates in downtown LA and Silver Lake.