By Andrew Asch | October 8, 2018
Metropolitan Fashion Week showcased fashions inspired by King Tut, as well as international designers on the steps of Los Angeles City Hall Oct. 6.
A new capsule collection launched this week by Parks Project and National Geographic will benefit parkland in the United States.
Men's fashion is definitely on the rise with some interesting styles for those millennials who like to buy clothing.
It was recently announced Soho House, a line of exclusive clubs, would lease 16,000-square-feet of office space at Row DTLA near downtown Los Angeles’ Arts District.
After a gala debut on Oct. 6 at Petersen Automative Museum , LA Fashion Week produced a slate of runway shows spotlighting the work of fashion designers from Los Angeles and around the globe.
Volcom has long been providing popular styles on the beaches, mountains and on concrete favored by skateboarders. The brand opened a new Los Angeles flagship to make a bigger splash in urban areas..
Three-day market takes off we a big welcome.
Los Angeles headquartered brand Brownstone has gained ink in hipster journals for its men’s looks as well as for the style of the brand’s founders. Brownstone recently introduced the collection A_New Warning.
A week or so before L.A. Fashion Week and Art Hearts Fashion produce their slates of runway shows, the Vicken Derderian label put together an independent fashion show near downtown Los Angeles.
After more than a decade of clothing Brooklyn, N.Y. in “basics with flair,” multi-brand boutique Alter is scheduled to open a 1,300-square-foot shop in Los Angeles’ Silver Lake section.
Guess? Inc. has been on a push to open stores in Mexico.
Life is a complex matter. Trey Alligood of Shades of Black LA wants to make it a little more simple.
Observing National Consignment Day, The RealReal made a genuine effort to promote sustainable fashion through consignment with the launch of its Sustainability Calculator.
The world of winter apparel may start looking a little different.
Excitement was in the air at the Leica Gallery in West Hollywood for the opening night of Melanie Pullen's latest photo series, "Unseen Stories."