By Tyler Shultz | June 16, 2022
With the continuing rise of thrifting and secondhand clothing, the apparel-rental market has seen growth as more consumers look for innovative ways to shop sustainable and reduce the amount of clothing produced.
Back in school you were probably drawn to math or, well, anything else. But the numbers for downtown Los Angeles are certainly compelling. The district generates $5 billion in annual revenue from 743 businesses per square mile. Over 3 million people visit downtown each year, while 350,000 commute there to work each day, and 85,000 call it home.
Both Levi’s and HSBC have histories that go back 150 years, but that hasn’t stopped either from being pioneers in building a sustainable future.
California may face the perennial threat of earthquake, but for now there’s no immediate danger of recession, according to a new report by the UCLA Anderson Forecast, one of the nation’s most closely watched and widely cited reports about the state of the U.S. economy.
If you’ve been around long enough, you probably recall the early days of Los Angeles Fashion Week with either a fond smile or a roll of the eyes.
Business leaders from the fashion to aerospace to medical industries had a rare opportunity for a meet and greet to discuss ideas with Shri Piyush Goyal, the Minister of Commerce & Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution and Textiles, Government of India, at an event held at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Anaheim in Garden Grove, Calif., Sept. 10.
Los Angeles is an award-winning city—as in it’s full of people who are constantly winning awards for something—and not just in Hollywood but also the fashion industry. And now, after a two-year pandemic hiatus, the Moss Adams Fashion Innovator Award is back and will help kick off Los Angeles Fashion Week on Oct. 6 at Lighthouse, a venue perfectly situated in the heart of the awards-giving epicenter of Hollywood.
Republic Business Credit has provided another company with the funds it needs to not only succeed but also grow.
For this edition of our recurring Industry Focus: Finance feature, we asked leading figures who cater to the apparel industry a simple question:
If you were lucky enough to have lived through the last great decade to be a teenager—the ’80s, of course—then you surely remember the colors.
Otis College of Art and Design in collaboration with economic-research and planning firm CVL Economics has released the “2022 Otis College Report on the Creative Economy,” which shows jobs in California’s creative industries have bounced back in a big way after initial numbers during the pandemic showed creative industries being hit among the hardest.
G-III Apparel Group, Ltd. has agreed to acquire the remaining 81 percent stake in Karl Lagerfeld for $210 million in cash, making G-III the sole owner of the company.
The Fabricant, a decentralized digital fashion house that operates at the intersection of fashion, gaming and blockchain, has announced a Series A round of financing led by Greenfield One, an early-stage crypto fund, with additional participation from Red DAO, Sfermion, and Ashton Kutcher and Guy Oseary’s Sound Ventures, among others.
As e-commerce continues to rise and be a significant portion of how the apparel industry does business, many companies are looking for new and innovative ways to transition their accounting processes to be more digital.
The National Retail Federation held its second annual State of Retail & the Consumer virtual event on March 15, which explored the American consumer and key behavior trends that developed during the pandemic and its aftermath.