The Top-25 Most Read Stories of the Year

From breaking news to must-read business profiles, these were California Apparel News' most-read stories of 2014.

  1. Lip Service, Kill City Founder Drew Bernstein, 1963-2014
  2. Feds Raid LA Garment Companies in Mexican Drug Money-Laundering Scheme
  3. Forever 21 Opening New Store Concept
  4. Controversy Over the ‘Made in America’ Label
  5. Georges Marciano Returns With New Denim Line
  6. Boutiques Ordered to Vacate Fred Segal Santa Monica
  7. Pinup Girl Clothing: How Retro-Style Clothing Formed a Multi-Million-Dollar Company
  8. Toms and Target Unveil Their Holiday Collaboration
  9. J Brand Co-founder Jeff Rudes Leaving Company
  10. First Look at the Nasty Gal Clothing Store on Melrose
  11. Novelty Textile Wins Major Case Over Fabric Design
  12. Karen Kane: Bringing Production Back to the U.S.
  13. Pacific City opening Luxe Waterfront Center in Huntington Beach, Calif.
  14. SoCal Mall Store Openings Include Uniqlo, Topshop, Tilly’s and Lululemon
  15. Los Angeles Fashion Week Fall 2014
  16. How Apparel Manufacturers and Retailers Are Coping With the E-Commerce Threat
  17. Los Angeles Fashion Week: Spring 2015
  18. Sears Holdings to Close Stores
  19. P.J. Salvage Founder and Creative Apparel Director, Mickey Sills, 55
  20. Silver Jeans Stores Files Chapter 11, Plans Store Closings
  21. Apparel Counterfeiters Banned From L.A. Fashion District and Fined $26 Million
  22. Hollister House Party in Santa Monica
  23. California Apparel Makers Concerned About ‘Made in U.S. A.’ Labeling
  24. American Apparel ‘We Have Good Ethics’
  25. What Buyers Are Looking for in an Apparel Company