By Dorothy Crouch | March 1, 2018
As a doctor and lawyer with degrees from Stanford University, the University of California at Berkeley and Yale, Julie Cantor doesn’t seem to be a likely candidate to be designing handbags. It is, however, her work as an attorney that led Cantor to develop Harlen, a luxury collection tailored to the needs of career-minded women.
Venice Rani: Outfitting independent Venice and LA women
Swim Like a Mermaid: For souls of the sea
With roots in yoga and surfing, Electric & Rose is a lifestyle collection that draws its name from Los Angeles’ Venice neighborhood, which is home to company founders Eric Balfour and Erin Chiamulon.
Amanda Shi-Werts recently announced the debut of her self-named line, Amanda Shi. The Spring ’15 line is manufactured in Los Angeles and hopes to eventually sell across the globe.
Henry Duarte is joining the ath-leisure movement, but the Los Angeles designer is putting his signature rock ’n’ roll stamp on the growing trend.
Back at the helm of his namesake label, Gideon Oberson channels his international perspective and haute couture training to the fine art of swimwear design.
Designing swimwear and running a swimwear company are worlds apart. So why shouldn’t a swimwear designer’s studio be a world apart from corporate headquarters? Many are.
The Spring ’15 looks of Crooks & Castles are in stores, and the streetwear brand’s Fall ’14 styles will be previewed at the upcoming Agenda trade show in Long Beach, Calif., but the Crooks label made one of its most heartfelt statements on June 19.
The Lauren Moshi brand of T-shirts was touched by a beginner’s luck that never faded.
Carl Jones will officially relaunch Cross Colours at the Jan. 7–8 run of the Agenda trade show in Long Beach, Calif.
Brothers Matt and Andrew Brodrick 's menswear brand is a tightly focused concept and a 100 percent made-in-America production.
The fashion veteran Allen Schwartz reinvents himself with new collections.
Luxury streetwear from a second-generation Goldschmied.
P.J. Salvage and Scanty Clothing Founder Mickey Sills is launching a new brand
Shalom Cultural Peace Project plans on proving that peace can be promoted along with having fun.