By Andrew Asch | June 6, 2019
Shopping on Montana Avenue in Santa Monica, Calif., continues to be perfect for the shopper who likes to walk. We visited the street to see what are some of the area’s hot sellers.
Carlos Alberini, the new chief executive of Guess?, Inc., was celebrating more than four months on the job with financial news from the Los Angeles company’s first quarter of 2020.
Canadian fashion company YM Inc. will put the young women’s boutique chain Charlotte Russe, formerly of San Diego, back in the retail game.
Southern California has been cold and rainy this winter, and some have described the business of selling beach-inspired and summer clothing as a washout.
For months, the fashion industry has been talking about Forever 21 being in financial difficulties after it started shutting down all its stores in China and selling its giant headquarters building east of downtown Los Angeles.
The first quarter of 2019 did not go well for Gap Inc., the San Francisco purveyor of blue jeans and other casualwear.
The recent announcement that Dressbarn was closing its chain of 650 stores drove home the growing dilemma for U.S. apparel manufacturers. There are just fewer retailers to sell to these days.
California is closer to becoming the first U.S. state to ban the sale of fur.
Boardriders, the surfwear company, is laying off 40 employees according to records filed in early May with the state Employment Development Department.
Dressbarn, a chain of discount specialty stores, is planning to close its entire fleet of 650 stores across the United States. More than 40 of those stores are in California.
San Francisco luxury-resale company The RealReal announced it has named four new members to its board of directors.
A renaissance is brewing in the Los Angeles Fashion District with the California Market Center and Los Angeles Street forecast to be major hubs in the area.
Blame the closure of big-box stores for an uptick in retail vacancy rates in Los Angeles County during the first part of 2019.
The future of retail is looking like a chapter out of a science-fiction novel.
The world’s fashion industry is falling behind in its goals to become sustainable and environmentally friendly, according to a manifesto released this week by several environmental fashion organizations including Global Fashion Agenda and the Sustainable Apparel Coalition.