By Andrew Asch | June 24, 2019
Louis Vuitton will produce a gallery show devoted to artist collaborations on Rodeo Drive.
When you think of the Los Angeles Sparks WNBA team, you may think of purple and gold basketball jerseys, but Sierra E., founder of made-to-measure suiting brand SuitKits by Sierra E, saw an opportunity to put athletes in suits.
Inspired by the French countryside, West Hollywood, Calif.-headquartered designer Alexis Monsanto presented his Beautés des Champs collection.
Odain Watson missed the free-form pace of bricks-and-mortar retail. On July 13, he reopened the Odaingerous boutique in downtown Los Angeles.
Expanding to the West Coast of the United States for the first time, Brazilian brand Farm Rio launched a summer pop-up shop at Westfield Century City.
Pop-up gallery POSTgay" Sleepover gave a little more support for the statement that fashion is art.
You might say that Macy’s new Story is section is blooming.
Please Do Not Enter curated Pulo Project, a a show of arts and fashions from the Southeast Asian nation in May. On July 9, they unveiled a second edition of the Filipino arts show
Meet Combatant Gentlemen's new looks for the big & tall.
Handbag brand Hammitt decides to open its first store ever.
To promote vegan fashion, Arsayo co-founder Jonathan Ohayon, followed up his May F.A.K.E. pop-up events by opening the F.A.K.E. Museum exhibition on Melrose Avenue to showcase cruelty-free apparel, art and beauty options.
A Fourth of July celebration with Stüssy, Cactus Plant Flea Market and Dover Street Market Los Angeles means the launch of a new collection with a fresh approach to American patriotism.
After filing for bankruptcy in December, the new owners of Gump's will open a store in San Francisco once a new location has been found.
Netflix’s Cult Hit "Stranger Things" starts its third season on July 4. On July 1, Levi's released its first collaboration capsule based on a TV show—Levi's x Stranger Things.
The Pointer Sisters have been scoring hits such as I’m So Excited” and “Fire,” since the 1970s.
Retail at American airports has taken big strides in terms of sophistication and ambition in the last decade, and here’s a new angle.