By Dorothy Crouch | March 24, 2020
After her March 12 art exhibition at the Oscar de la Renta on Melrose Place was canceled due to COVID-19 fears, artist Alexandra Grant shifted the event into an online act of goodwill to benefit Project Angel Food.
“The term that I like to use is psychedelic," Cutkosky said." ‘Psy’ means mind. ‘Del’ means reveal. It’s mind revealing. A lot of the designs are based around those terms,” he said of Khaotic Collective
Color Bars founder and skate-industry veteran Andy Netkin pays tribute to late music idol Aaliyah with a new collection that relies on archived imagery that has been archived for nearly 20 years.
The fashion business has ground to a halt because of the Coronavirus epidemic. But fashion designers and apparel manufacturers responded to the pandemic by changing their game.
Lady Gaga made a return to the dance floor last month when she released the song "Stupid Love." Like everything else Gaga, fashion was a big deal and Los Angeles designer Candice Cuoco made some styles for the "Stupid Love" video.
Reese Witherspoon and Land's End recently partnered to develop Draper James x Land’s End, a limited-edition women’s swimwear collection.
World Water Day falls on March 22 and ecologically conscientious denim and elevated-basics brand Ética is putting its money into its mission by supporting Water.org.
"What is in a name?" Juliet Capulet asked.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art is serious about fashion.
London headquartered e-tailer Trendy Golf opened its first physical store on Los Angeles’ La Brea Avenue. It ran from March 9 to March 15.
Billabong developed a collaboration line with blogger and influencer Julie Sariñana of the Sincerely Jules line.
Using compostable material Organicore, mobile-accessories brand Incipio created plant-based protective-case designs, bringing an ecologically sound option to this category.
Count on the Brixton brand to design headwear, chinos and flannels with vintage twist. But the Oceanside, Calif. – headquartered brand released a first on March 12.
The lobby gallery of the Cooper Design Space often exhibits artists such as Nike Schroeder and Chris Natrop. But for L.A. Market Week, the downtown Los Angeles showroom building gave space to one of its own.
Coronavirus quarantines made it difficult for Italian designers of the Apart showcase to travel, but showcase founder Paolo Galli said that the show must go on.