By Andrew Asch | July 24, 2014
Call Indah a multi-cultural flirt. Its new swim line was called Jambo Zuri, which translates as 'Hello Beautiful' from Swahili. It took a bow July 21 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim
Barricades up. Kitson embarked on a renovation of the exterior of its Robertson Boulevard flagship. The facelift is scheduled to be complete in mid-June.
The second edition of Los Angeles Fashion Council’s Open Runway competition will begin on June 28.
Rejoice Ron Robinson fans! The pioneering boutique in the Fred Segal compound on Los Angeles’ Melrose Avenue unveiled a major expansion in early May,
Japanese Retailer Muji will be opening a Santa Monica shop on June 20, Muji Chief Masaaki Kanai dropped by Venice Arts gallery on May 28 to talk design and what is going on with Muji.
With the games in Brazil just two weeks away, where are the World Cup fashions?
Now you can bike to work and look professional by the time you get there.
The styles of Los Angeles Designer Juan Carlos Obando are showing up all over the place. Here's a look at his capsule collection with J.Crew and CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund.
The costumes from “Downton Abbey” are on display at the Winterthur Museum & Country Estate in Wilmington, Delaware
International ApparelSourcing and Texworld USA shows have partnered with Maker’s Row, the premier resource for identifying U.S. based manufacturing companies. Co-founders, Matthew Burnett and Tanya Menendez share their vision and inspiration.
Frothy coffee drinks, big band jazz from the 1940s, a meeting place for the Fashion District. These were all elements that fashion company LATS wanted to bring to its new neighborhood.. It debuted a new building with a place called The Classic Coffee Bar this week.
Toms Shoes founder Blake Mycoskic inspires a Guatemalan shirt company to give back too.
J. Crew teamed up with French-born Venice designer Matthieu Le Blan of Sundry Designs to make the Sundry for J. Crew collection. It took a bow this week.
Australian brand Cotton On runs 1,300 shops across the world and will open its first shop in Brazil this month. Closer to California, Cotton On’s Global General Manager, Felicity McGahan, was at the retailer’s Mega store at 1418 Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica this week to check out how the brand’s Summer '14 collection was doing at the beach city.
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Los Angeles clothing line Roar is giving away Lamborghini Aventador or a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. But first, you must vote.
Michael Jackson's style continues to inspire. L.A. Designer Oscar Olima created a gold vest for a dancer to wear during the the debut of Jackson's posthumously released song Slave to the Rhythm at the Billboard Award Show May 18.