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Helena Legend Debuts Fashion Line

Helena Legend jets around the globe and deejays in glitzy nightclubs. She also unveiled a fashion line.

FCI’s Students Take the Runway

Fashion

Inside a photography studio just blocks away from the historic Sears building in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Boyle Heights, students from FCI Fashion School in Los Angeles displayed their creations after months of study.

After Decades, men’s Clothing Shop Carroll & Co. Is Close

Retail

With its distinctive green awning and its green-colored shopping bags, Carroll & Co. was a notable menswear player in Beverly Hills, Calif.

October Retail Sales Look Healthy

Retail

The economy continues to move along nicely as retail sales across the country were up 5.6 percent in October over last year, according to the National Retail Federation.

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UBM Unveils Sustainability Show ReMode

ReMode Rethinks Fashion

Sustainability has increasingly been a topic in fashion circles, but UBM, parent company of the MAGIC trade show, gambled that everything from eco clothing to responsible manufacturing could be the center of a trade event.

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Hendrix Tees Go Fashion

On the 50th anniversary of Jimi Hendrix's Electric Ladyland album, a fashion line inspired by the guitar master's style is planned to be rolled out.

Malibu Fires Shut Down Major Fashion Retailers

With hundreds of residents evacuated, retailers have had to shut their doors at Malibu's major shopping spots.

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Nordstrom Local, The Americana at Brand Popping in Holiday Pop-up Shops

It’s just a couple of weeks before the big shopping spree called Black Friday starts, why not start early?

Shop & Dine

Trade Shows

Following a day of negotiating, viewing trends and investing in the fashions that will generate customer traffic, celebrating a trade-show victory is always in order.

Halloween Does Not Spook or Excite Retail Sales in October

Retail

Halloween was forecast to be robust for retailers, but October sales did not go beyond okay, according to Jeff Van Sinderen, a retail analyst for B.Riley FBR.

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