By Deborah Belgum | August 10, 2017
Emily Current and Meritt Elliott debut first collection for Pottery Barn.
Georgia May Jagger hits downtown Los Angeles for unveiling of Volcom collection.
There have been plenty of forecasts on the merger between physical and online retail, Toronto’s Shopify may have found a merger between the sometimes exclusive realms with its Frenzy mobile app.
Faherty surfed into Malibu about a year ago. No wipe out dude! The Malibu Faherty boutique celebrated its first anniversary.
The Freehand Los Angeles hotel and Flowerboy Project boutique will open in the once tough intersection of 8th and Olive streets in downtown Los Angeles.
After more than eight years on Los Angeles' Robertson Boulevard, the Lauren Moshi brand opened a second boutique, this one across the street from the Pacific Ocean.
The wool beanie is so…winter! Fortunately, designer and stylist Manuel Jackson is coming to the fashion rescue.
Hobie and Katin started making surfboards, boardshorts and opening surf shops when Eisenhower was in the White House and Elvis Presley was considered a threat to society. Decades later, these innovative labels partnered for limited edition Hobie X Katin Surf Collection.
Parker City, South Dakota is a one stoplight town, but its arts and fashion potential is enormous. It was the grand prize winner for the 8th annual Vans Custom Culture art competition.
Trash Los Angeles was previously known for its T-shirts and hoodies. Now the rock 'n' roll inspired line is doing jeans and vests.
The downtown Los Angeles fashion biz mourned the loss of Beverly Hills Hosiery, which has been selling hosiery, intimates and costumes for more than 80-years. But the company's new ownership told us to get ready for a comeback.
Barbara Fields Buying Office has been forecasting juniors fashion for more than 30-years. Last week, it released the Fields Spring Summer 2018 Trend Report. Fields gave us a peek at trends forecast to make a splash soon.
Get ready for the first breakfast buffet party produced by the showrooms on the A-wing of the CMC's 3rd floor.
After nine years of building an apparel line for men, women and children in Los Angeles, Jeff Abrams, founder of Rails brand is going cross country to open a pop-up shop. The Rails pop-up will be in the East Coast surfing Mecca of Montauk June 3-4.
Fred Segal made headlines in December when it announced that it would open a West Hollywood location. On June 1, it gave a peek inside the upcoming store.
The official start to summer is still a few weeks away, but at Elodie K. in Los Angeles, every day feels like a sunny vacation.