By Andrew Asch | September 15, 2014
Streetwear loves satire, but that doesn't mean it is fashion for jerks. Enter The Hundreds X Haiti.
FIDM students to enter content to design the display windows at Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills.
To celebrate the opening of the new H&M store on New York’s Fifth Avenue, the Swedish fast-fashion retailer teamed up with artist Jeff Koons and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Koons created a limited-edition handbag for H&M modeled after his well-known Balloon Dog sculpture series.
Palladium used to march to a military beat when it made boots for the French Foreign Legion. With its upcoming collaboration with Alpha Industries, it is marching to the beat of a different drummer.
There are no waves in Long Beach. But there's the Seventh Wave Surf Shop and the Art Theatre. It just enough for a 50th anniversary screening of The Endless Summer - the flick that put surf culture on the world's radar screens.
Akai Ito opened in 2012 with the mission of bringing high end avant garde fashions to Los Angeles' Arts District. But it recently moved to the Old Bank District, and its new space will offer an art gallery and a shop.
During the World Cup, Cooper Design Space screened the soccer event’s highly anticipated games in its lobby, now it’s back to art with a gallery show by artist Jess Black.
Summer’s here, and it’s time to treat sandals like accessories...
For decades The University Village Shopping Center across the street from University of Southern California has been kind of a sad sack mall. There have been no boutiques or restaurants which captured the collective attention or dollars of the hundreds of thousands of relatively well-off students at USC. But that might be changing. Construction fences were placed, and renovation might begin in the Fall.
Agenda, the streetwear, action sports, and lifestyle trade show, starts July 10 in Long Beach, and it is all about the cap. Take a look at this show's caps.
After spending years convincing famous rockers to model his self -named line, John Varvatos finally got a Beatle.
New Argentine restaurant, 1810, opens in Fashion District.
The Baciano by Bacci contemporary label is planning its Spring 2015 looks, and a higher profile. The new profile started with a move to a street level boutique space at 1316 Santee St. in downtown Los Angeles.
Soko, a San Francisco, headquartered company, will ship jewelry from rural and urban slum artisans in Kenya, and place them in top retailers such as Anthropologie.Gwendolyn Floyd, co-founder and president of Soko, runs the company and pays artisans, often living in isolated places in Kenya, through m-commerce.
New country western online store launches in San Diego.
It’s Fourth of July this week. Do you know what that means? Beach cleanups! At least if you are in San Diego. Here's a list of some of them...now start cleaning!