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Bldwn Brand Shutters Business

MANUFACTURING

With its premium-denim roots in Kansas City, Mo., and Los Angeles, the Bldwn lifestyle brand quickly became a favorite in the fashion industry following its 2009 debut as Baldwin.

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Color Bars x Aaliyah Launches as an Homage to Singer's Legacy

MANUFACTURING

Color Bars founder and skate-industry veteran Andy Netkin pays tribute to late music idol Aaliyah with a new collection that relies on archived imagery that has been archived for nearly 20 years.

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Kingpins Launches Kingpins24; PI Apparel Postponements and FMNC Canceled

TRADE SHOWS

Navigating through the effects COVID-19 has had on the apparel industry, trade-show producers have been left with few options—postpone, cancel or start being a bit creative.

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Alexandra Grant Gives Love to Project Angel Food Through Sale of Oscar de la Renta Designs

EVENTS

After her March 12 art exhibition at the Oscar de la Renta on Melrose Place was canceled due to COVID-19 fears, artist Alexandra Grant shifted the event into an online act of goodwill to benefit Project Angel Food.

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Ética Observes World Water Day With Water.org

MANUFACTURING

World Water Day falls on March 22 and ecologically conscientious denim and elevated-basics brand Ética is putting its money into its mission by supporting Water.org.

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YJack to Launch in U.S. Offering Affordable T-shirts With a Luxurious Hand

Manufacturing

Following last month’s launch in Korea, the YJack brand is preparing to expand into the United States in April.

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Apparel-Industry Trade-Show Organizers Realign Dates Due to COVID-19

Trade Shows

With the cancellation of the April Amsterdam edition of Kingpins earlier this month, it seemed to be only a matter of time until other apparel-industry event producers would begin to consider doing the same in the United States to help thwart the spread of COVID-19.

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LA Textile Provides Opportunities for Sourcing Amid Supply-Chain Challenges

LA Textile

While the California Market Center has been undergoing a major renovation, LA Textile show producers still made space for its biannual trade show. During its March 4-6 run, exhibitors noticed attendees were interested in sourcing fabrics and notions to remain ahead of the coronavirus threats to the supply chain.

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L.A. Market Gets In Under the Wire Before Multiple Trade-Show Cancellations

L.A. Market Week

The March edition of L.A. Market Week signaled one of the final opportunities for buyers to place orders before COVID-19 threats drove the apparel industry to cancel or postpone events for at least a few months.

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Vegan Fashion Week to Stream L.A. Show Following Fashion Week Postponements

Fashion

After the announcements that Art Hearts Fashion’s Los Angeles event and LA Fashion Week’s March edition would be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Vegan Fashion Week founder Emmanuelle Rienda remained steadfast that the April show would go on.

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