By Andrew Asch | March 6, 2014
Surf-industry luminaries Mandy Fry and Summer Rapp made waves when they joined new fashion label Stokehouse Unlimited in January. They recently released a few more details about their project for the Costa Mesa, Calif.–headquartered Stokehouse.
Bleu/Rod Beattie has been sold by New York swimwear manufacturer A.H. Schreiber Co. to Amerex Group.
Surf Industry Manufacturer’s Association (SIMA) hosted its Image Awards on Feb. 13 at The City National Grove of Anaheim.
The legendary world-champion surfer has bought back the surfwear label he sold to Oxford Industries.
RVCA, a leading boardsports and fashion brand out of Costa Mesa, Calif., recently announced its first capsule collection with a model since its popular collaboration with model and actress Erin Wasson for Spring 2009.
Looks like Cherokee Inc. is going to be getting a little air with two new brands, Tony Hawk and Hawk, which it acquired for $19 million in cash.
Cherokee, the Sherman Oaks, Calif., company that has a stable of brands that include Cherokee, Carole Little, Liz Lange and Sideout, bought skateboard-centric brands Tony Hawk and Hawk from Quiksilver in a deal that closed on Jan. 10.
The newest women’s label in the surf industry will be run by an all-star team.
Emily Fioravanti is inspired by her years living in Santa Cruz and surfing iconic West Coast surf spots.
It was announced on Jan. 6 that top women’s beach and surfwear designers Mandy Fry and Summer Rapp will partner with Paul Naude, former president of the Americas division of Billabong International LTD., to develop as yet unnamed women’s lifestyle brand.
In Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach, Calif., swimwear is a year-round business.
Emsig, Eco Swim by Aqua Green, Heather Blond, Manglar and more waterwear resources.
The reintroduction of vintage surf brands seeks to recapture the excitement of surfing's apparel pioneers.
Winter sun and surf in Southern California