Promoting a humane message through the streetwear inspired by punk culture, model and real-estate entrepreneur Jordyn Weekly and La Isla swimwear founder Enrique Sanchez-Rivera introduced their line DETH (Don't Eat The Homies) this week.
For New York–based technology company ShareCloth, shifting clothing manufacturing toward more efficient digital practices is at the core of its business model.
Originally from Nashville, Tenn., Catherine Gee launched her eponymous brand two years ago with California on her mind.
During its first five years in business, Fabletics said it has grown to become e-commerce’s fastest-growing activewear label.
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When trying to meet the demand for green apparel, manufacturers are often faced with the challenge of creating comparable eco-friendly alternatives to match the performance of products that have been identified as harmful to the environment or human health.
With the release of her first novel, "Waiting at Hayden's," author Riley Costello allows readers to shop for the clothes worn by her characters.
This weekend, the Cooper Design Space will be the setting for Dessert Goals Los Angeles under the theme of "Moon + Stars Edition 2018."
As an artist, personal trainer, fitness model and figure competitor, it was only natural that Johanna Stavrakaki would gravitate toward starting her own activewear line after she moved from Canada to Los Angeles in 2015.
For Seven ’til Midnight, the third time is the charm when manufacturing swimwear. The lingerie manufacturer introduced a boutique swimwear line years ago, but the company’s focus was forced to shift when the economy crashed.
After moving to New York from Stockton, Calif., Diane Walker studied design at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. A 15-year career in creating private-label designs for brands gave Walker a solid foundation for launching the swim and activewear company Sweenie Manufacturing Corp. with Stacey Demar, a membership director at theChelsea Piers Sports Center.