By Christian Chensvold, Associate Editor | August 24, 2023
Fashion never stands still—in fact, nothing in the world does. And the best-designed garments sitting in a warehouse are like flowers blooming where they can’t be seen, their life cycle fading in the dark.
Gap Inc. has chosen Chris Blakeslee to lead its Athleta brand as the label’s next president and CEO, an appointment that is effective Aug. 7.
Ecological and ethical influences have reached every area of fashion and apparel. Abiding by greener apparel guidelines requires brands to remain transparent by revealing each step...
Supply-chain woes may disappear like last year’s fashions thanks to a grant injection from state government to improve the Port of Los Angeles...
“Spaghetti Western” is a term for low-budget cowboy movies made in Italy 50 years ago—several of which became cinematic classics—and now Italy and Texas are joining forces...
There’s one primary energy that makes everything in the universe work, and that’s creativity. For what is the world but the most amazing and miraculous creation?
It’s World Trade Month—and a great time of reflection for the U.S. Trade Representative, Ambassador Katherine Tai.
With lackluster holiday 2022 sales signaling a slowdown in consumer spending on goods, what new challenges can the apparel industry expect, and how can businesses in this sector navigate the resulting economic hurdles?
Renasant Bank closed 2022 with the announcement that it has acquired Republic Business Credit, formally known as Continental Republic Capital, in an all-cash transaction.
’Tis the season for generosity and goodwill, and the National Association for the Exchange of Industrial Resources is a pioneering organization that would be thankful for your excess inventory donations.
The three biggest challenges facing the industrial sector today are labor, supply chain and uncertainty of where we are and where we are going, according to panelists at a Nov. 10 webinar hosted by the New York–based U.S. national accounting and advisory firm Marcum LLP.
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.