By Andrew Asch | November 19, 2020
David Bowie has long been a cultural touchstone and obsession, and Los Angeles' Matrushka Construction wants fans to cozy up with its pajamas that feature a sketch of the rock star's face.
Following a chance meeting during Milan Design Week in 2019, athletic brand Nike was impressed with 3M's artistic capabilities that it is able to blend with product practicality.
Since 2015, Impact Fashion has provided a forum for sustainable, ethical and vegan brands. For its 2020 Holiday Pop-up shop and party, it’s going virtual.
Star chef Ben Ford recently unveiled e-market Doorstep Market.
Faherty, a beach lifestyle brand, recently opened a shop at 1338 Abbot Kinney Blvd.
Prior to the most-important shopping season of the year, designer Nicholas Mayfield announced his entrance into e-commerce with a new website and a fresh Coachella collaboration celebrating the festival's 20-year anniversary.
Rodeo Drive kicked off its winter holiday season Nov. 21 when the installation “Visions of Holiday Glamour” was unveiled on the luxe street.
Levi Strauss & Co’s Dockers brand opened a 1,801 square-foot shop at the Citadel Outlets retail center on Nov. 13.
Denim brand Wrangler and animated adult television-programming network Adult Swim recently entered into a collaboration paying homage to the "Rick and Morty" series.
Sustainability has been a buzzword in the fashion industry for the past few years, but its news still needs to be spread into the mainstream.
Michael Tomson, a pioneer in the competitive sport of surfing and the surfwear business died last month at age 66 from throat cancer.
During 2020, as calls to action were made regarding promoting equity in the United States, part of these messages included challenging major brands to become more serious about diversity and supporting Black-owned businesses.
Forever 21 is planning on a holiday season focused on raising funds for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
In 2005, menswear mavens Robert Godley and Robert Goldman started Psycho Bunny, a menswear company focused on the irreverent graphic of a rabbit’s head and crossbones. They made T-shirts, ties, polo shirts, golf apparel, socks and other items bearing a bunny Jolly Roger logo. Years later, the brand is still on the move.
Every winter holiday season, Citadel Outlets, just south of downtown Los Angeles, aims to go big with holiday decorations.