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Active Casual to Extreme Sports

Breathe by Body Glove

Body Glove’s activewear brand, Breathe by Body Glove, has grown rapidly since it launched in late 2014 and is now sold at independent surf, swim and yoga shops across the U.S. as well as large specialty retailers.

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Karma Activewear: Taking Yoga From Hot to Haute

Manufacturing

When Nasim Tyab launched his Karma activewear brand in 2002, his goal was to “capture the spirit, beauty and athleticism of yoga” in a clothing collection designed specifically for practitioners of Bikram yoga.

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L.A. Made, Accessible to All

Mark and Estel

Music has been at the heart of the Mark and Estel brand since it was launched in 2005 by Mark Tango and Estel Day.

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Ethereal Designs

Vivian Chan

Vivian Chan dresses women in feminine clothing adhering to structure and clean lines. Her collection combines splashes of color with subtle pastel hues in billowy skorts, short to long full skirts and deep V-shift dresses.

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Luxury From Fit to Fabric to Finished Details

Lezard Swimwear

A photo shoot brought swimwear designer Leah Shlaer and swimwear model Alyssa Smith together, and the two discovered a shared background in dance and a passion for luxury swimwear.

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Big Star: European Heritage, Los Angeles Design and Environmental Philosophy

Denim

Established in 1974 in Europe, Big Star denim has been Los Angeles–based since Koos Manufacturing picked up the line in 2003, first as a licensed brand but now as one of Koos’ company-owned trademarks, which also include AG Adriano Goldschmied.

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Made in LA Lingerie Is Just the Foundation

Noe Undergarments

When twin sisters Bonnie Rae Boyes and Shelah Jean founded Noe Undergarments last year, they wanted to create a line that would fit in both lingerie stores and contemporary boutiques.

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Luxury Basics and LA-Made

Lanston

Lanston is a Los Angeles–based luxury basics collection made from ultra-soft fabrications.

UPDATE: The Influence: Celebrity Style, Millennial Shopper

Technology

Fashion enthusiasts often turn to celebrities and musical icons for style reference. And in a time and age when a majority of shopping is done over the Internet, it seems a sensible idea to combine the two elements and establish a shopable celebrity-style database.

The Influence: Celebrity Style, Millennial Shopper

E-Commerce

Newly launched e-commerce site The Influence uses celebrity images and makes their outfits accessible by a simple click of a button.

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