By Andrew Asch | October 30, 2014
Beats, partying and fashion were all found at one address on Oct. 29. It was at ADBD, 430 N. Fairfax Ave. in Los Angeles. There was a party for the ADBD Fall 14 collection. Check it out
Streetwear loves satire, but that doesn't mean it is fashion for jerks. Enter The Hundreds X Haiti.
Described as ‘Etsy meets brick and mortar,” the Odd Market at Casa Vertigo will take a bow on Sept. 21, at Casa Vertigo at 1828 Oak Street in downtown Los Angeles.
Homeowners, businesses, aesthetes have all registered mighty complained about billboards as blocking their views, causing car crashes or being eyesores. But London-based artist Robert Montgomery sees beauty in the billboard. A show of his billboard art was curated in Cooper Design Space's Gateway Gallery.
Dom, the collection designed by "Project Runway" season 12 winner Dom Streater is now in Belk stores.
Salt Lake City offprice e-tailer Overstock.com has updated its international checkout system to include payment by Bitcoin.
Uniqlo is offering a second chance to pick up some of the most popular pieces from the +J line originally designed by Jil Sander.
Levi's Launches a Line of Body-shaping jeans at Walmart, Kmart and Meijer stores.
Hip Hop star The Game visited the storefront of streetwear brand Boyz NY on Los Angeles’ Fairfax Avenue on Sept. 6,
Marciano, a brand of Guess?, recently celebrated 10-years of biz with in-store events across the US. Here’s a look at a couple of the store parties.
Heist has been selling designer and better contemporary fashion on Los Angeles' Abbot Kinney Boulevard for 10-years. Nilou Ghodsi, Heist's owner, gives some advice on surviving and staying independent.
Researchers at Japan's National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences and Shinshu University created silk fibers from silkworms that had been engineered with spider genes.
Visitors to LCAD’s gallery in Laguna Beach, Calif., can check out the work of students in LCAD’s Design + Digital Media Action Sports BFA program in LCAD + Thalia + Vans Collaboration Exhibition.
Zooop iT Up, the maker of fleece onesies for adults recently relocated to Los Angeles.
ModCloth co-founder Susan Koger believes that models should come in all sizes.
The new Barbie collection for Forever 21 arrives this week in stores and online.