By Andrew Asch | September 10, 2019
The Aliso Viejo, Calif.-headquartered SIMA Humanitarian Fund, a non-profit run by the Surf Industry Manufacturers Association, is raising funds to help people in the areas hard hit in the Bahamas by the Hurricane Dorian.
Business headlines have been dominated by forecasts of bankruptcy for fast fashion giant Forever 21. But that has not stopped the Los Angeles-headquartered retailer from opening a new store.
Dia De Los Muertos doesn’t come for its annual costume and horror show for another six weeks.
The Hundreds streetwear label produced the inaugural Family Style Food Festival at Television City Studios in Los Angeles’ Fairfax District on Sept. 15.
Business casual may not be the best defined style of office clothes, but to Robert Herjavec, business magnate and star of ABC program Shark Tank, it’s definitely not T-shirts and jeans.
Manufacturing work clothes such as medical scrubs is a multi-billion dollar business. Barco Uniforms, headquartered in Gardena, Calif., has been doing well in this market and has the longevity to prove it.
In 2017, Guess? Inc set goals to develop more sustainable manufacturing. Some of the fruits of that labor will be on display, as the fall '19 looks from Guess? Eco Luxe collection were released recently.
Los Angeles-based lifestyle blogger Marianna Hewitt has partnered with New York-headquartered DL1961 on a new capsule collection that promotes more-sustainable practices.
Heidi Luerra has worked as an events producer for more than a decade—we can now add the job of author to her resume.
As it celebrates its 40th anniversary, Jordache unveiled its Spring 2020 collection to kick off New York Fashion Week, adding Venice Beach, Calif.-inspired touches.
Everyone talks about making their passion their job, but Ted Vadakan and Angie Myung actually did it.
Think of life 100 years ago. Technologically, it was a completely different world. In 1919, horse & buggy was the main mode of transportation for many Americans. Most people didn’t own a telephone. The Internet was not even a fantasy for science fiction writers. But the seed for the Wrangler jeans started growing then.
A new Los Angeles bricks-and-mortar store also plans to be part of give-back retail.
Some fashions ride into the sunset and never return. However this fate might not be in store for the beaver pelt hat.
Juicy Couture has opened shop-in-shops in select South Korea department stores and will continue expanding its presence in the country throughout the rest of 2019.