By Christian Chensvold, Associate Editor | June 26, 2023
Miami is all but synonymous with the beach lifestyle—not to mention sexy, luxe and curvy. And so it was...
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.
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...
The future of fashion and apparel design was on display May 7 during Woodbury University’s 58th annual Runway Benefit at the Castaway restaurant and event space in Burbank, Calif.
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.
Art Hearts Fashion began its 10-year anniversary of producing shows during New York Fashion Week with a Feb. 9–12 run at the Angel Orensanz Foundation Center on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
Art Hearts Fashion featured over 30 brands from around the world with runway shows held Oct. 13–16 at the historic Majestic Theater in downtown Los Angeles. A kaleidoscope of looks ranging from the abstract to the elegant drew a wide range of celebrities, influencers, style setters and entertainers.
FIDM graduate designs on display
Miami Swim Week Powered by Art Hearts Fashion held a week of runway shows and VIP events July 10–17 at six of Miami’s most iconic venues.
FCI Fashion School held its student fashion show July 26 at The New Mart in downtown Los Angeles, its first runway show since the March 2020 lockdown due to COVID-19.
A collaboration between Art Hearts Fashion, Fashion Tech Works and The New Mart, the four-day event ran concurrent with the June L.A. Market. Held June 12–15 at the iconic fashion building, L.A. Swim proved to be an immersive experience for attendees.
From “Anastasia” to “Wicked,” Los Angeles Trade-Technical College graduating seniors were “Inspired by Broadway Musicals” as exhibited in their designs on the runway at the semi-annual Gold Thimble Fashion Show held on campus May 27.
To celebrate the return of in-person events, Otis College of Art and Design held O-Launch ’22 May 13–15 to showcase the future of art and design and highlight the work of the college’s graduating students.
Woodbury University honored its fashion-design students by showcasing their impressive collections on May 1 at its 57th annual fashion show, this year called Odyssey, at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Fashion Week converted the Petersen Automotive Museum into a fashion destination March 31–April 2, where designers representing different scopes of innovation showcased their work. The runway took on different settings, defining a new narrative for fashion and design.