Deborah Belgum

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Monique Lhuillier Moving Her NY Flagship

Retail

The new flagship is not far from her current flagship store on the Upper East Side.

Boardriders to Lay off 40 People in Orange County, Calif.

Retail

Boardriders, the surfwear company, is laying off 40 employees according to records filed in early May with the state Employment Development Department.

Survey Finds Sustainability Affects Clothing Purchases

Manufacturing

The results of a survey of 7,300 men and women in various countries revealed that more shoppers are taking into account the role clothing brands are playing in sustaining the environment and preventing climate change.

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Academy of Art University Students Take On Nature and the International Scene for Inspiration in Their Annual Fashion Show

International Inspiration

Students from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco presented their creative interpretations on fashion at their annual student fashion show.

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Students in Flagstaff, Ariz., Win Vans Shoe Contest

Fashionable Footwear

The winners received $75,000 in prize money for their arts program at the high school.

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Woodbury University Celebrates 55th Annual Student Fashion Show

Architectural Influence

Architecture was the inspiration for this year’s Woodbury University student fashion show, where graduates were able to take what they spent years learning and display it on the runway.

Delta Galil Sees Sales Rise in First Quarter

Manufacturing

Delta Galil, the Israeli-based apparel company whose California labels include 7 For All Mankind, Splendid, Ella Moss and P.J. Salvage, reported a 9 percent increase in sales for the first quarter of 2019.

Proposed Tariffs on Chinese Goods Has the Apparel Industry Scrambling

Import/Export

Robert Jungmann has been importing hemp fabric from China for more than 20 years for the T-shirts he manufactures in Los Angeles.

How Far Will Tariff Expansion Go?

Import/Export

As the Trump administration threatened to again raise tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports as soon as May 10, many were wondering how far it would go and what it would cost the American consumer.

Trina Turk Celebrates 10 Years of Retail in Northern California

Retail

Los Angeles designer Trina Turk opened her first store in 2002 with a location in Palm Springs, Calif.

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