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Going From Cocktail Dresses to T-shirts

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In 2006, Sarah Parker was designing the contemporary label DiSanto, a line of cocktail dresses carrying her maiden name, which was sold at high-end boutiques.

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Retailers Take on the Fight Against Organized Crime

Fighting Retail Crime

Robberies, employee theft and organized retail crime create billions of dollars in losses for stores every year, so companies are increasingly concerned about cybercrime.

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The North Face Says Plastic Waste Is Over With Nat Geo Collection

Journalists, environmentalists, scientists and activists sounded the alarm on plastic pollution years ago. San Francisco Bay Area brand The North Face plans to bring the fight against the plastic pollution crisis to fashion.

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Fund-raiser for Model Anna Leo

Anna Leo was recently released from the hospital and is recuperating from injuries caused by a car accident. To raise funds for her medical bills, her friends at downtown Los Angeles fashion school FCI Fashion School will be holding an art fund-raiser.

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Post Shark Tank, Butter Cloth Introduces Polos & Sweaters at Pop-Up

Remember when Butter Cloth got an investment from Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec? The Los Angeles label has more news.

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More Towne by Elysewalker Stores Announced

On June 17, Elyse Walker, a prominent boutique retailer announced the opening of several more locations for multibrand, high-end basics retailer, Towne by Elysewalker.

Veteran L.A. Dye House to Release a High-End Basics Line


For 20 years, Premiere Laundry sewed blank tees, hoodies and sweats and developed intricate dyes for clients at its factory and dye house in Vernon, Calif.

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Faster and Cheaper Digital Printing Shakes Up the T-shirt Business

Driving Digital Printing

For many T-shirt companies, business once solely revolved around the labor-intensive job of silkscreening a graphic onto a blank tee.

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B James Takes It To The Streets

Designer Brandon D James produced a guerrilla runway event, a Flash Mob Walk, in downtown Los Angeles June 7.

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Madhappy Opens Two New L.A.-Area Pop-ups

Los Angeles' Madhappy brand jumped back into the pop-up game with temporary shops on Melrose Place and Abbot Kinney Boulevard.

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