By Andrew Asch | October 17, 2018
Downtown Los Angeles’ Bohemian Society has played the wild-at-heart outsider to California’s fashion industry for 15 years.
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."
Working together for the first time, mother-and-daughter actors Goldie Hawn and Kate Hudson launched a Fabletics x MindUP capsule collection of activewear to benefit MindUp.
A year ago, Nordstrom Inc. introduced the Nordstrom Local concept. Currently, Nordstrom Local is being rolled out to two more Los Angeles area locations.
Better known for its sneakers and apparel, Vans teamed up with Hedley & Bennett to make...an apron!
Recognizing the innovative efforts of Chip Bergh, Levi Strauss & Co.'s president and chief executive officer, the National Retail Federation named the leader as the recipient of "The Visionary" award for 2019.
Millions of people are celebrating Autumn Harvest festival holidays across Asia. South Coast Plaza observed the festival Sept. 23 with food, dance, costume and dignitaries.
Guess? Model Charlie Matthews talks about moving from shooting photos for the label's e-commerce channel to a main event; the Fall '18 campaign.
Expanding its bricks-and-mortar store presence, Rent the Runway opened the doors to the its first standalone location in San Francisco on Sept. 18.
Puma develops a line of limited-edition boots taking inspiration from the Fashion District, the Jewelry District and the Flower District in downtown L.A.
No screwy rabbits. No suffering succotash. The Hundreds does a collection around Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner.