By Andrew Asch | September 4, 2020
It’s eight years in the future, but a logo has already been developed for the 2028 Los Angeles Olympic. Los Angeles notables such as Bobby Hundreds were invited to add their designs.
After almost 100 years of making clothing for workers laboring at the country’s grimy jobs, Dickies has become fashionable. Riding on this prominence, the workwear brand recently unveiled its first global marketing campaign.
The effects from the COVID-19 recession are still shaking out, but there’s wide agreement that fashion is going to go through big changes.
After more than four years of running Impact Fashion, an eco-fashion event in Los Angeles, Sica Schmitz took the forum virtual.
In the latest trailer for its "Synthetic Souls" project, HJFilmworld released "Comply," a journey into the internal challenges felt by seemingly perfect cybernetic organisms, which are signified with pure-white costuming.
Alpinestars, a veteran motorcycle protective gear and clothing brand, runs a headquarters in Los Angeles.It recently started its engines to go for another round of a collaboration collection with Italian denim giant and lifestyle brand Diesel.
Sportswear executive Ian Leopold recently started a performance-sportswear company named AQONIQ to raise money for non-profit organizations. The company’s flagship brand is the San Diego-headquartered FRThankYou.com, or First Responders Thank You.
A new nonprofit organization is placing a spotlight on how the arts can improve education in marginalized communities. As part of its launch, the Leadership and Arts Coalition is highlighting the work of artist and designer Nicholas Mayfield.
Los Angeles’ Chinatown Market streetwear brand recently announced its second collaboration with Lacoste.
In observance Labor Day, workwear brand Carhartt is highlighting the importance of skilled trades with an installation at Bicentennial Capital Mall State Park in Nashville, Tenn., which features 1,670 construction hard hats bearing the Carhartt logo and are arranged in the shape of the map of the U.S.,
As the race for the United States presidential election heats up, some fashion brands are hoping to make a statement.
On Sept. 4, American Rag founder Mark Werts will open a new store at 122 S. La Brea Ave.
Wolk Morais' Collection 9 is the star of the design team's new fashion film "Driven."
Based in Canada, outerwear brand Moose Knuckles has been running a campaign to raise funds for people suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic with its MKGAF jacket-customization tour.
With the Labor Day weekend on the horizon, Cotton Citizen, a made-in-Los Angeles, premium-garments brand, unveiled shop-in-shops at the Fred Segal Sunset flagship in West Hollywood, Calif., and the Fred Segal store in Malibu, Calif.