In 2003, the Los Angeles City Council voted to officially change the name of South Central Los Angeles to South Los Angeles.
Cool Collection 7
California cool and art-deco design came to the forefront in the most recent Wolk Morais collection.
Isaac Nichelson is on a mission. He wants to make the fashion industry more sustainable and deal with a predicted decline in the supply of natural fibers for textiles.
Along exhibitions on Porches and lowrider cars, the museum in Los Angeles’ mid city section has hosted some fashion events. Get ready for more.
Long rumored to be opening a store in downtown Los Angeles, Apple finally might be opening an emporium in the historic Tower Theatre on the corner of Broadway and 8th Street.
“The Century City store is the most innovative store we’ve created yet," said Jenna Habayeb, chief marketing officer of 7 for All Mankind
INDX threw a party at Fred Segal in West Hollywood, Calif. June 21 to mark its launch. Seen at the party, Joe Zee and Donald Pliner
Fred Segal is slated to open a 4,000-square-foot shop in Malibu early 2019.
Retail trade organizations cheered a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that would require online retailers to collect sales taxes in areas where they do not have offices, warehouses or bricks-and-mortar stores.
Popular majors at University of California, Irvine, include biology and business, but to further its business range the school’s Division of Continuing Education recently announced it will offer a course in fashion design management.
T-shirts For Days
Kristy Caylor and Mary Saunders want to make fashion that not only looks good but will be good for the environment and society.
LA Fashion Market
For buyers attending Los Angeles Fashion Market, the event was filled with surprises that energized the June 18–20 buying show for the Fall II/Holiday season.
The Swim Collective trade show has basically kept the same format for its six-year history, but for its upcoming event in Anaheim, Calif., it will try something new.
Patrick DiLascia traveled to Westfield Century City to produce a pop-up shop for his self-named Patrick brand.
The world's video gamers converged on downtown Los Angeles for the E3 convention. Competitive video gaming team FaZe Clan produced a Demonstration of their skills, then decamped to a party produced by digital commerce platform Wanderset.
CBRE Joins The Bloc
CBRE’s portfolio at The Bloc mixed-use retail and business center in downtown Los Angeles has expanded.
Obama-era net-neutrality Internet rules have been officially repealed, leaving businesses and average Internet users wondering what will happen next when they go online.
Robertson Boulevard used to be one of Los Angeles’ high-flying retail corridors but started to suffer once the economy took a tumble in 2008. But a couple of high-end stores have recently signed leases for space on the street.
The David August label makes bespoke suits. It recently unveiled a collection of ties and pocket squares for Miracles for Kids.
For their act post Intermix, Sari Sloane Keledjian and Haro Keledjian opened The Westside
Israel Discount Bank of New York is planning to expand its business in California. It stated its case with a party at the Beverly Hills Hilton.
Evelyn & Bobbie started business in 2013 when founder Bree McKeen filed patents for bras which she forecasted would change the way this lingerie is made.
Streetwear brand Huf threw the Last Resort Summer Kick Off Party in South Los Angeles June 8. It was time for hip hop and a new collab line from Chloé Kovska.
Ntwrk, a video-commerce channel, was recently announced as the next project for Aaron Levant, the entrepreneur who founded the Agenda trade show.
May retail sales results beat forecasts, said Ken Perkins of Retail Metrics, a market-research firm.
Wet Seal’s Comeback
A comeback for Wet Seal is being assembled in a 1,800-square-foot industrial work loft in downtown Los Angeles.
For years, activewear brands Hylete and GracedByGrit were headquartered a couple of miles away from each other in Solana Beach, Calif., but now they are on the same team.
June is Pride Month, and it seems like everybody wants to be a part of it.
For nine years, Los Angeles-headquartered sustainable clothing brand Reformation has sold is denim and dresses from its direct-to-customer site and in its handful of physical boutiques. On June 4, it changed.
For those with a jones for sustainable clothing, Urban Air Market is coming to the Los Angeles area on June 3.
Volcom picked label veteran Jeffrey James “JJ” Gonzales as its new director to lead the company’s global men’s design department.
About 30,000 retailers shop for fashion on the online trade show ShopTheFloor, which is owned by UBM, the parent company of MAGIC.
The Agenda trade show has a new vice president of marketing.
Los Angeles fashion people have gotten to know the indie looks of Manny J Style and Laura Howe of Matrushka. These two worked for Deconstructed Symmetry, a collaboration line.
The Agenda trade show is expanding its staff.
Rumors are swirling that private-equity firm Golden Gate Capital might be doing a little matchmaking for two of its brands that it owns.
Planet Blue, the retailer that carries young contemporary fashion, has named Eddie Bromberg to be its new chief executive.
After wholesaling its brands to retailers that range from Pacific Sunwear to Zumiez, The Leverage is opening a new boutique in Los Angeles.
Cherokee Global Brands’ Hi-Tec footwear division is stepping into apparel.
Making Macy’s Profitable
As the retail world turns to keep customers walking through the doors, Macy’s is banking on a new store concept, new technology and updated looks to its traditional stores to entice customers to keep on shopping.
2018 is the year of the pop-up for Luxury Garage Sale. One of its pop-ups recently opened in the West Hollywood area.
There is no Louis Vuitton boutique at Westfield Century City. But a pop-up exhibition on the history of the French fashion house recently rolled into the center
Katin threw 90th birthday party for Sato Hughes, one of the pioneers of boardshorts style.
A giant Zara opened in Beverly Center today. The Webster is scheduled to open in 2020.
It's called Propaganda Agency, but Jack Watkins promises that there's nothing iffy with the materials in his new men's line.
Ron Robinson: 40 Years
Ron Robinson said the late 1960s were an exhilarating time to be in the retail business in Los Angeles.
The National Retail Federation said that retail sales in April showed a 2.8 percent year-over-year increase in the U.S retail market, excluding auto sales, gasoline stations and restaurants.
After spending time designing handbags and women’s ready-to-wear, Sophia Tezel-Tzelepis last year decided to branch out to denim with a label called Sophia.
Woodbury University presented its 54th annual fashion show, called “InnerVision,” which focused on the connection between emotion and fashion.
Almost one year after juniors retailer Wet Seal was acquired by investment firm Gordon Brothers, the now online-only retailer announced a new collaboration called Niki + Gabi for Wet Seal.