Andrew Asch

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Fashion Week San Diego Announces Comeback and A Sotheby’s Event

EVENTS

After a 2019 hiatus, Fashion Week San Diego plans to roll out a number of events in California and New York City this year.

Major Retailers Furlough Employees

Retail

Some of America’s most prominent publicly traded retailers announced that they would furlough bricks-and-mortar employees as the economy has frozen due to stay-at-home orders to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

President Signs $2 Trillion COVID-19 Stimulus Package

Finance

President Donald Trump signed into law a $2 trillion stimulus bill on March 27 in response to the impact of COVID-19.

Apparel Manufacturers Mobilized by Government to Fight Coronavirus

Manufacturing

As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, government agencies and apparel manufacturers have started working together to compensate for a shortfall in personal protective equipment such as face masks and hospital gowns.

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Lucky Brand’s Newest Collaboration: Making Face Masks

MANUFACTURING

One of the big fashion stories during the coronavirus pandemic has been how apparel manufacturers, designers and brands have retooled their production to make face masks. Los Angeles’ Lucky Brand has joined the fight.

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FaZe Clan x LA Kings’ Slapshot

MANUFACTURING

Los Angeles-headquartered e-sports team FaZe Clan has been mixing good works and commerce recently.

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Pink’s Hot Dogs Gets a Taste of Fashion With Petals and Peacocks

FASHION

Pink’s Hot Dogs has been serving scores of different varieties of frankfurters for 81 years. Lately, it's been serving up fashion.

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Gap Inc. Furloughs Bricks-and-Mortar Employees

RETAIL

Gap Inc. is the latest large specialty retailer to announce that it would furlough its employees.

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Fashion Manufacturers Mobilized by Government to Fight Coronavirus

MANUFACTURING

As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, government and apparel manufacturers have started working together to compensate for a shortfall in personal protective equipment such as face masks and hospital gowns.

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Retailers React to Coronavirus Epidemic by Shifting More Biz Online

Retailers’ Online Shift

Hundreds of boutique owners are faced with an economy that has screeched to a halt, but many have been improvising and developing new ways to drive sales to their companies.

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