Jack and Georgia Chang have been producing apparel in Los Angeles since 1989, manufacturing garments for premium brands.
Los Angeles–based designer Jessica Faulkner embraces the smart side of clothing. Using her world travels, education, sports background and industry experience, Faulkner creates a well-rounded apparel line filled with sophistication, flirtiness and versatility.
Lola Getts is an activewear company that makes functional sports-performance clothing in plus sizes. Founders Stacey Goldstein and Jodi Geiger saw a void in the activewear industry for plus-size styles. As an avid cyclist and yoga participant, Goldstein noticed that women of various sizes in her classes were wearing baggy sweats and white tees.
The owners of newly established women’s contemporary line Halladay, Greg Duzian and Azi Tchatalbachian, have worked in the fashion industry for more than 25 years. The two have covered everything from design to product development, sales and marketing, production, and sourcing.
Argoz: Updating the Argyle
Entrepreneur Dan Soha launched Argoz in San Francisco in early 2012 with two goals: create the perfect argyle sock and make it in America.
Launches Juniors Edition
Designer Bryan Emerson creates luxury scarves and shawls made in soft jersey fabrics such as linen, viscose, rayon, cotton and a bit of cashmere.
Rock ’n’ Roll Chic
Drucker recently debuted her new collection at A’Maree’s boutique in Newport Beach, Calif.
Macy's fashion and music fund-raiser at the Orpheum Theatre
Contemporary Apparel With a Vintage Twist