By Andrew Asch | January 16, 2020
"Project Runway" judges Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum made a splash when they left the influential fashion-reality show after 17 seasons. They will be on a new fashion-reality show called "Making The Cut." Los Angeles designer Jonny Cota will be one of the show's 12 competitors.
High-end fabric agency Renovazio produced its third Los Angeles trade event, the Renovazio Show, on Jan. 22 – 23, in downtown Los Angeles
A Footlocker store is scheduled to open 749 S. Broadway in downtown Los Angeles on the weekend of Jan. 24,
Award-winning journalist and longtime Vanity Fair correspondent Amy Fine Collins recently joined Julie Wainwright, The RealReal founder and chief executive officer, for an intimate discussion on the writer's new book "The International Best Dressed List: The Official Story.”
Opening today, Jan. 17, the Grammy Museum's new exhibition, "Beyond Black—The Style Of Amy Winehouse," pays tribute to the six-time Grammy winner and style icon.
It sounds like the start of a rom-com. A bridal label does a pop-up at a men's suiting store.
Brides come in all shapes and sizes, and while love knows no boundaries, nor should wedding-dress sizing. Lulus, a digital retailer headquartered in Chico, Calif., hoped to outfit more brides by expanding its selection for its bridal gowns, bridesmaid dresses and jumpsuits.
Barricades are up. Construction crews are working to build out the highly anticipated Paul Smith and Ganni stores on the corner of 9th Street and South Broadway in downtown Los Angeles.
Beverly Center recently unveiled a giant art installation, which spans the retail centers multifloor escalators.
For decades, footwear-and-apparel brand Vans has been one of the popular outfitters of high-school students across the world. For more than a decade, Vans has been producing a design competition for high schoolers.
This weekend, Row DTLA will launch a weekly artisan pop-up called Market Market.
Fashion designer Nicholas Mayfield has created a furniture collection that pays homage to his family's hard work and looks toward his future.
Elliott Evan takes inspiration from the avant-garde. For one of the latest designs from the Los Angeles-headquartered designer, Evan made a workwear-military look inspired by World War II U.S. Army uniforms.
Recently launched luxury-scarf brand Artskul will make its Golden Globes debut at the luxury-lounge event that precedes the Jan. 5 ceremony.
Maggie Barry says that she works around the clock making clothes for performers and clients. But she's also made time for a side project to revive the tuxedo with tails, but they're definitely, definitely not "Downton Abbey"-style tuxes.