By Andrew Asch | December 12, 2013
Change has been a long time coming for Los Angeles’ stylish Abbot Kinney Boulevard.
Apparel retailers, short on new fashion trends and coping with warm weather, reported weak sales in September.
Wall Street analysts forecast weak sales for September, and teen retailer Zumiez Inc.’s performance did nothing to change the soft forecast.
Six years after launching flash-sale site HauteLook, Adam Bernhard is leaving the company as its chief executive officer. He will remain an adviser.
El Segundo, Calif.–based JustFab Inc. is launching two new celebrity-driven collections. The subscription-based e-commerce site has partnered with actress Kate Hudson on Fabletics, a new line of athletic apparel and accessories inspired by Hudson’s active lifestyle.
Uniqlo, Japan’s leading specialty store, seems to be opening everywhere but Los Angeles.
Halloween sales forecast
Opening a boutique at the Glendale Galleria
Brooke Taylor Corcia's site launched from company’s headquarters in Los Angeles
Keeping Independent Flavor
Kevan Hall’s New Diffusion Line
After almost a decade of selling high-end suiting and casual clothes for men and women at 461 N. Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, Italian fashion house Etro will move its boutique down the street to 9501 Wilshire Blvd.
Musician Jake Simpson played 1970s pop-funk hits and Umami Burger sliders were served at a Sept. 24 party at the Gap store at Los Angeles retail center The Grove.
Nordstrom Inc. opened a full-line store at the Americana at Brand in Glendale, Calif., after being located across the street at the Glendale Galleria.
Call it the return of the overwire in lingerie
Kate Spade Saturday, the younger concept collection from New York brand Kate Spade, just recently opened a store on Los Angeles’ West Third Street.