This has been a year of uncertainty for the trade world.
For years, AST Sportswear operated under the radar in Orange County, Calif.
The retail world is kicking into high gear when it comes to opening new locations on the Westside of Los Angeles.
In 2017, the Agenda trade show made a bold and unique move for a big business-to-business trade show by producing a consumer day.
No major high-end retail center has been developed in Los Angeles County since the Americana at Brand open-air shopping hub was introduced 10 years ago in Glendale, Calif.
The surf industry sailed into uncharted waters earlier this year when two of its top brands and historic rivals joined forces.
The Ron Robinson stores on Los Angeles’ Melrose Avenue and in Santa Monica, Calif., made it through harsh recessions and weathered tough changes in the retail scene and are still around to talk about it.
Pantone does its research for the Color of the Year.
Madewell's mobile pop-up holiday store will be making the rounds in Los Angeles.
The public loves watching Selena Gomez’s performances. Paparazzi love documenting her private life. Fashion people will soon find out if there is love for her clothing line Selena Gomez X Puma.
Trade and the Economy
The UCLA Anderson Forecast predicts the economy will slow down in 2019 and then nearly even out in 2020.
Los Angeles’ Pinup Girl Clothing brand makes a point of designing clothes for fearless women. Now, the brand made a movie about it.
With its new book collaboration "California as We See It," luxury-eyewear brand Oliver Peoples collaborated with finely crafted-book publisher Assouline for an intimate, insider view of the Golden State.
Many Americans took second and third helpings of pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving. For those who want get back in shape stylishly, a group of independent activewear brands and wellness groups set up a pop-up shop in Santa Monica.
Findings & Trimmings
Emerald Expositions continues to look for a replacement for its longtime president and chief executive officer, David Loechner.
During last week’s Kingpins NYC show, held Nov. 28–29 at Pier 36/Basketball City in New York, integrated-fiber company Invista unveiled the new patented Lycra FreeF!t technology to its North American audience.
The idea behind Julie Habelmann’s recently launched Noble Sands line is this: One piece of fabric can do it all.
Collective L.A. Style
After a 2016 launch that grew into a vertically integrated manufacturing operation for activewear and athleisure clothing, Touché LA has changed its name to LA Collective.
The American Apparel & Footwear Association, a trade organization in Washington, D.C., representing hundreds of the country’s largest manufacturers, named the recipients of its annual American Image Awards, which will be presented April 15 at the Plaza Hotel in New York.