By Alison A. Nieder | March 3, 2016
For 10 years, Thomas Wylde built a reputation as a high-end collection that balanced its luxe pieces—and equally high price points—with a rock ’n’ roll edge.
There’s always another angle in the retro fashion biz.
Alvanon, BBCN Bank, Bibby Financial Services, California Market Center, Cooper Design Space, Dallas Market Center, Designer Fabric Warehouse, Dragonfly Clothing/Fender, Fashion Patterns, etc.
Lauren Moffatt is a brand known for its vintage-inspired garments, with retro prints that hone in on a seasonal vibe.
A new collection by the former owner of West Hollywood boutique Xin
Spinelli Kilcollin is bringing a luxurious edge to accessories
RoviMoss: Classic handbag design at contemporary prices
California leather craftsman and designer Steven Soria didn’t have to look very far when it came to finding inspiration for crafting leather accessories as founder and owner of Make Smith Leather Co.
Amila Malovic walks past the rows of brightly colored fabric that make up her print-driven tunics, tops and dresses sold under her label, Amma Design.
At the end of his recent runway show at New York Fashion Week, when the last model had sashayed down the catwalk, Tadashi Shoji’s first thoughts were, “What will I be doing for the next season?”
Michael Stars takes pride in its buttery soft cotton T-shirts and tops renowned for their quality and comfort.
Imagine going to a cool art-gallery opening—except instead of canvases and glossy prints hanging on the walls of a white room, it’s T-shirts with the photographs, paintings, illustrations and collages printed on them.
Rani Totman’s retail business has a good sense of timing. In 2007, she let the lease run out for the flagship of her St. Pucchi bridal line. Subsequently, she ducked some of the pain of the Great Recession.
Designer Nicole Vaughn is looking to incorporate an understated elegance with her LuxSwim collection.
Venus Williams, who turns heads as much with her flair for style as her 125-mph serves, believes if you don’t look good, you won’t play well. The tennis pro contends that looking good even enhances athletic performance.
From his corporate aerie, Ben Malka, the newest chairman and chief executive of Halston, has a sweeping vista of skyscrapers clustered around the heart of downtown Los Angeles.