By Dorothy Crouch | January 3, 2019
Now in its tenth year, the Vans Custom Culture campaign launched Jan. 2, affording an opportunity for high-school students to create extraordinary shoe designs for cash prizes from the Costa Mesa, Calif., action-sports apparel brand.
The collaboration between the U.K.-headquartered retailer and the godfather of streetwear was unveiled Jan. 14 at The Leverage flagship on Los Angeles’ La Brea Avenue.
Hong Kong Fashion Week coincides with upcoming Chinese New Year.
After a run of almost 70-years, Beverly Hills, Calif.-headquartered menswear store Carroll & Co. is calling it quits.
Returning to the city where it began, artists' showcase RAW will return to downtown Los Angeles to celebrate its 10-year anniversary on March 20.
We said goodbye to the downtown Los Angeles Two Boots pizzeria last year. Get ready to say goodbye to the building that housed it.
Google developed campuses in Los Angeles' Venice and Playa Vista neighborhoods. Now the tech giant is going to take over a mall.
The North Face unveils FutureLight, a new breathable waterproof material.
Barricades recently went up for a Vans flagship in downtown Los Angeles. Located on the ground floor of 808 S. Broadway, the upcoming Vans emporium will open on one of the hot corners for downtown Los Angeles retail.
A tight labor market made it hard to find seasonal retail workers this holiday season.
Italian accessories house Furla opened its first California shop Jan. 3.
After working with celebrities such as Kanye West and Rihanna, fashion entrepreneur Tracey Mills has launched Not of This Earth—a new brand available exclusively through PacSun.
The store is expanding into a bigger space.
Juicy Couture will see shops-in-shops in South Korea by 2020.
With the launch of its "not from plastic" line, Marina Del Rey, Calif.-based Oshen Active brings more eco-friendly options to activewear.