By Tyler Shultz | June 16, 2022
With the continuing rise of thrifting and secondhand clothing, the apparel-rental market has seen growth as more consumers look for innovative ways to shop sustainable and reduce the amount of clothing produced.
Industry Focus: Denim—What advancements and innovations within denim make you hopeful for the future of the industry, and how will these contributions create progress in the category?
Channeling their family bond and golf heritage, the Murray brothers—including actor Bill—helm the William Murray Golf brand for comfort and style beyond the game. =
During its quest for achieving greater sustainability in denim, industry pioneer Levi Strauss & Co. has expanded its work in plant-based, pre-reduced indigo development as it continues its efforts with Stony Creek Colors and reported progress from its recent partnership with Fashion for Good.
Activewear continues to flourish as brands including Los Angeles–based Cream Yoga continue to build on the momentum of trends for comfortable yet performance-focused apparel.
During 2020, golf was thought of as the most pandemic-friendly sport, but enthusiasts of pickleball beg to differ.
After launching in 2017, the Kathryn Brolin–founded Midheaven Denim brand set off on a mission to create denim pieces for tall women. Standing 5 feet, 11 inches, Brolin is familiar with the struggles tall women encounter when shopping for the perfect jeans.
After announcing its acquisition of a Los Angeles laundry earlier this year, Pakistan global denim firm Artistic Milliners saw its new West Coast arm flourish. Star Fades International hit the ground running with a blend of denim wash-and-finish veterans and design innovators.
Adhering to its mission of providing golfwear styles that women will want to wear on—and off—the course, Kinona recently released additional 2021 Resort pieces.
In an effort to combat the rampant homelessness in Los Angeles, one brand is trying to help by offering more than just T-shirts.
For the first time, the iconic denim and apparel brand Lee has collaborated with Pendleton Woolen Mills, the family-owned Pacific Northwest lifestyle brand, on a curated capsule collection that celebrates American craftsmanship.
ISKO and Soorty have announced the launch of their first collaborative collection, ISKO Future Face by Soorty.
During the Oct. 19–21 edition of Kingpins24, the global denim-community fixture Kingpins sought to again connect the industry through a virtual platform.
The road to fashion greatness was a winding path for Samuel Taylor, founder of the elevated luxury streetwear and wearable-technology brand Silent Panda.
Following the May announcement of its partnerships with URBN and Nordstrom, which afforded it extensive funding, the textile recycling and reuse nonprofit FABSCRAP has opened a location in Philadelphia. In addition to bringing the group’s services to Philadelphia, FABSCRAP’s new location will allow the New York City–headquartered nonprofit to serve the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, including Washington, D.C.; Baltimore, Md.; and Southern New Jersey.
In 2017, Los Angeles-born and -raised sisters Celine and Joline Nehoray began developing a brand that would allow women to feel sexy and bold while also living these characteristics out loud and with no reservations.