By Deborah Belgum | February 8, 2016
Design school goes all out for motion picture costume display.
West Hollywood boutique Kin kicked off the holidays with a shopping event on Dec. 10. The staff gave some time for a photo.
Carl Louisville didn’t need this before the holidays.
Fashion magazines get slightly better at putting non-white models on the cover.
The future is here. Or it will be once the $5 billion American Dream Meadowlands mall opens, that is.
BNKR opens Los Angeles showroom for four days of sample sales.
Some of the stylish might know the Christy Dawn label’s Audrey dress. On Dec. 7, the line held a party for its Emily dress at the Christy Dawn boutique in Los Angeles’ Venice section.
Is the world ready for Andy Warhol Barbie? Such a doll took a bow at the Ron Robinson boutique on Dec. 3.
The sad news of musician Scott Weiland's death has us thinking about the rocker's stint as a fashion frontman.
Los Angeles fashion people might have seen designer Sue Wong at one of her gala Los Angeles Fashion Week runway shows. But she’s going to be on film. The eveningwear designer will make a cameo in the film Beverly Hills Christmas. The independent film will make a debut Dec. 6 on the UP television network.
We’ve seen the Star War T-shirts, hats and the onslaught of marketing gizmos for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which will be released on Dec. 18. But how about designer Star Wars?
Emily Ratajkowski, Emily Moss and Patrick Stewart were among the stars who partied at the Dec. 1 debut of the Rodeo Drive boutique for timepiece company IWC Schaffhausen.
NPR visited Los Angeles's Fashion District for a story about made-in-America manufacturing.
UK fitness brand Sweaty Betty recently opened its first West Coast boutique on Venice Beach's Abbot Kinney Boulevard.
First there’s Black Friday, then Small Business Saturday, then Cyber Monday. Apparently, what’s next is Sample Sale Weekend.
There's a new series about French haute couture in the years following World War II in the works for Amazon.