For Parks Project recent collaboration tee shirt collection, it went hemp.
A renaissance is brewing in the Los Angeles Fashion District with the California Market Center and Los Angeles Street forecast to be major hubs in the area.
Blame the closure of big-box stores for an uptick in retail vacancy rates in Los Angeles County during the first part of 2019.
An important story line for season 16 of the TV reality show “Project Runway” two years ago was the competition between designers Kentaro Kameyama and Brandon Kee.
The future of retail is looking like a chapter out of a science-fiction novel.
The world’s fashion industry is falling behind in its goals to become sustainable and environmentally friendly, according to a manifesto released this week by several environmental fashion organizations including Global Fashion Agenda and the Sustainable Apparel Coalition.
April retail sales climbed a healthy 5.2 percent over the same period last year with sales influenced by holidays such as Easter.
Every industry seems to have its awards ceremony. For Southern California’s surf biz, it’s Waterman’s.
The only trade-show experience that is more satisfying than closing that most important deal is a rewarding meal or shopping excursion at fresh, new restaurants and boutiques. Apparel-industry trade shows are exciting but can be exhausting after a long day on the event floor. Recharging every day with a delicious meal with friends or colleagues and enjoying some personal time to explore new retail destinations keeps energy levels high.
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