By Dorothy Crouch, contributing writer | November 9, 2023
Los Angeles Fashion Week Powered by Art Hearts Fashion returned to The Majestic Downtown in Los Angeles for its Oct. 19–22 run.
There are people who work in fashion doing their own thing, and there are others whose job is to know what everyone else is doing. As president of Informa Markets Fashion, Kelly Helfman knows...
An abundance of style was the common thread during the recent installment of Miami Swim Week...
Hubert de Givenchy launched his eponymous brand in 1952, five years after rival Christian Dior debuted his “new look.” But Givenchy had some innovative ideas...
You’ve probably noticed it’s Barbie season. The new feature film based on the doll—first unveiled in 1959—is inspiring a Malibu-smooth wave of fashion collaborations...
The Fashion Department at Otis College of Art and Design celebrated fashion designers of the future at its annual runway show, held May 12 on the Los Angeles school’s campus commons.
Los Angeles Trade-Technical College hosted its spring 2023 Gold Thimble Fashion Show at its downtown Los Angeles location on May 26.
On June 15, FCI Fashion School hosted a showcase of student designs at The New Mart in downtown Los Angeles.
Michael Costello x Revolve runway looks with festive, colorful resortwear and swimwear perfectly closed out Los Angeles Swim Week. Through a partnership with Fashion Tech Works at The New Mart and Art Hearts Fashion, 20 designers in all took to the catwalk.
Making activewear in a luxurious hand is Daniella Mizrahi’s mission, and the founder of Yella Activewear continues to raise the bar on the standards for her Los Angeles–based brand.
The recent integration of Arizona State University and the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising makes the institutions like two garments in the same ensemble—and in more ways than one...
Whether it be moving from dark to light or dusk to dawn, the 2025 Colour of the Year gives designers, such as Dior, the freedom to express their own visions of this period of immense change.
Two powerhouse institutions of higher learning—Arizona State University in Phoenix and the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in downtown Los Angeles—have joined forces...
There’s no shortage of leisurewear in the marketplace, which means the consumer gets to play an elevated game. Instead of grabbing any old generic brand for everyday basics, the savvy shopper can choose a small company with a story that resonates.
Revolve Group returned to the desert April 15–16 with the sixth edition of its Revolve Festival in Thermal, Calif., as the fashion retailer celebrated its 20th anniversary.
During its March 16–19 run at The Majestic Downtown, Art Hearts Fashion welcomed fresh design voices to the Los Angeles Fashion Week runway while honoring veteran designers.