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Friar Tux’s Evolution of Style

A lot of stuff going on at Friar Tux, a family owned retailer of more than 30-stores, which focuses on special occasions clothing for men.

DSTLD: Big Dreams From Small Investors

Manufacturing

The forces behind the denim line DSTLD dream in black and white and believe that less is more until it comes to crowdfunding.

July Retail Sales Up

Retail

The back-to-school season started on a robust note in July and beat analysts’ forecasts, according to market research company Retail Metrics.

Macerich Partnering With Co-Work Offices for its Malls

Retail

Co-working office spaces are familiar sights in the downtown areas of almost any big city. Soon these shared office spaces will be at Macerich-owned malls.

Ron Herman's Next Step Is More Japan

Retail

Ron Herman has spent his career introducing some of the world’s most famous denim brands from his self-named Ron Herman store, which for decades has been a pioneer in the Los Angeles boutique business.

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LAFW Takes Petersen Museum with Escada & Porsche Design

Runway and Roadway

After a few years of producing runway events around the city, LA Fashion Week now has a permanent home at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.

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Herschel Opens the Look Forward Pop-Up

Herschel Supply Co worked with retailer Nordstrom to produce the Look Forward pop-up shop at The Grove

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Conlogue Win An Upset at Vans US Open of Surfing

There was a comeback and an upset at the 2018 Vans US Open of Surfing, which wrapped up Aug. 5 in Huntington Beach, Calif. The Swatch brand held court at the Open with a brand tent.

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AG Decamps To Le Box Blanc

The AG brand traveled to downtown Los Angeles’ South Park neighborhood recently for a denim and cocktails party at independent boutique Le Box Blanc.

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Tanner Goods Says Farewell to DTLA

A downtown Los Angeles boutique pioneer, Tanner Goods, closed its boutique recently.

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