By Noe Garcia | May 5, 2021
Twins For Peace and My Good released a limited-edition series of sneakers for pre-order on April 29 to help families who have lost loved ones to police brutality.
Rodeo Drive is flourishing once again. The famous stretch of retail road in Los Angeles is, like many other places, emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kida The Great came full circle with his newest limited capsule collection with True Religion, which debuted last Thursday.
The much-anticipated Free Market Playa Vista experiential collective of boutiques, restaurants, and event spaces opens May 1 as a retail center and brand incubator.
With its latest release, The Jean Of Tomorrow, AG is offering 100 percent biodegradable denim to observe the brand's 20 years of sustainable manufacturing.
A new capsule collection named Sanuk x Surfrider We Got Your Back brings together the Goleta, Calif., footwear brand with its longtime non-profit environmental partner.
To celebrate Malibu Barbie’s 50th anniversary, Mattel teamed up with L*SPACE to release a limited-edition capsule on April 12.
Ahead of this year's Earth Day on April 22, Culver City, Calif., Outerknown announced the release of its Second Spin circular-knits collection.
The Maison Kitsuné brand opened its first West Coast store in Los Angeles’ Silver Lake neighborhood in February. The Paris-headquartered brand is already laying claim to some Los Angeles style.
Japanese footwear-and-apparel brand Onitsuka Tiger opened its first West Coast flagship last month at 474 N. Rodeo Dr. in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Skechers, the Manhattan Beach, Calif.-headquartered footwear-and-apparel company, recently unveiled a sign for its new bricks-and-mortar store in downtown Los Angeles.
The multi-brand boutique was once the dominant business model for fashion retail. David Fishbein and Joey Miller, the co-founders of The Platform boutique retail center in Culver City, Calif., believe a lot of potential remains in the business model.
About 68 years after the first James Bond novel was published, the world of the fictional secret agent continues to fascinate.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health gave the go ahead Monday for the area’s businesses to advance to the less-strict orange tier of COVID-19 restrictions.
Helene Ige has been selling one-of-a-kind designs, homewares and objets d’art at her self-named Ige lifestyle gallery in Los Angeles. She also has been making fashion for the Paper Design House brand.