By Alison A. Nieder | August 28, 2014
Portland, Ore.–based Columbia Sportswear has inked a deal with the National Football League’s Dallas Cowboys for a collection of co-branded sportswear, outerwear and accessories for men, women and children.
Set to debut in September, the Monkey Sports menswear collection will include more than 200 styles, including denim, T-shirts, hoodies, jackets, woven shirts, sweats, shorts, track pants and underwear.
Laura Glover designs understated knit tees that combine both comfort and style into one. Her Los Angeles–based brand, Daydreamer, features soft tees that combine effortless, California style with a rock ’n’ roll, bohemian vibe.
Sherman Oaks, Calif.–based Cherokee Inc. struck several new alliances that will take the company’s lifestyle brands further across the globe.
“Julius Jr.” is a new pre-school children’s TV series that debuted last September on Nick Jr., part of the Nickelodeon network. Saban Brands is signing agreements with a host of licensing partners this year and next to make tons of Julius Jr. products.
With an eye on taking advantage of the free-trade agreement between Central America and the United States, a large South Korean apparel and textile company is building a $50 million thread mill in Costa Rica.
In a stunning move, the board of directors of Los Angeles–based American Apparel Inc. voted June 18 to suspend founder, President and Chief Executive Officer Dov Charney, naming John Luttrell as interim CEO.
The board of directors of Los Angeles–based American Apparel Inc. voted to suspend founder, President and Chief Executive Officer Dov Charney, naming John Luttrell as interim CEO.
The American Apparel & Footwear Association, the Arlington, Va.–based apparel and footwear association, named Juanita D. Duggan its chief executive officer, replacing Kevin M. Burke, who left AAFA in January after 13 years with the organization.
Inside a sewing factory in South Central Los Angeles, mounds of colorful fabric are piled high as the buzz of sewing machines punctuates the air.
The American Apparel & Footwear Association, the Washington D.C.–based apparel and footwear association, named Juanita D. Duggan its chief executive officer, replacing Kevin M. Burke, who left the organization in January after 13 years with the organization.
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Denim Lounge Inc. seeks to revolutionize the denim customization process for premium juniors buyers. Taking a two-pronged approach, Denim Lounge Inc. has launched a branded line, Denim Society, in addition to offering a Crafting Bar service.
When accessories designer Onna Ehrlich and her husband and business partner, Joel Bell, outgrew their studio space in nearby Culver City, the two looked south to Inglewood, where they recently opened a design studio and factory.
From a clothing factory in South Los Angeles, Eugene Kang is putting the finishing touches on his new fast-fashion line for young men who want style but don’t have a lot of cash languishing in their wallets.
For Prana, a Southern California company founded in 1993 as a yoga wear and climbing-apparel brand, the third time may prove to be the charm.