By Andrew Asch | February 6, 2017
South Coast Plaza kicked off its 50th anniversary set of celebrations with a gala dinner in Malibu.
The ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, Calif., recently invited industry professionals--including photographers, art directors, gallery owners, photo producers, photo directors and stylists-- to review the portfolios of the graduating class of photography and imaging students.
Bargains galore during the week before Christmas.
Nothing says domesticity like streetwear brand The Hundreds!
If the company name Caruso Affiliated sounded like a mouthful, the developer of The Grove and Americana at Brand retail centers introduced a new brand name. It's the one word moniker Caruso.
LA-based online retailer Tobi recently looked at some of its own best-selling categories and items for its LA customers.
You can take the designer out of Los Angeles, but you can’t take the L.A. out of the designer.
The mission of the Stalyon brand: give sick kids the gift of the wilderness.
For her Goodbye Berlin collection, Valerj Pobega said 'no thanks' to runways and installations.
The Bavarian Alpine folklore legend of Krampus was alive and well in Los Angeles’ Highland Park neighborhood at the recent Krampus Ball LA.
For sports star and entrepreneur Shaun White, it was the comment that could not be ignored.
Brooks Brothers made clothes for Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Delano Roosevelt. On Dec. 3, the venerable label held a fundraiser for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at its Rodeo Drive emporium.
Guess opens first store in Paraguay.
We've seen the Wolf & Man brand at a host of trade shows such as Capsule. But on Dec. 2, the independent menswear brand produced its first pop-up.
Researchers at the Cambridge Graphene Centre (CGC) at the University of Cambridge and scientists at Jiangnan University in China have found a way to make a conductive cotton that could be used to make wearable—read flexible—electronics.
It's Open Studio time at Citizens of Humanity's Downtown Los Angeles showroom.