By  on October 15, 2019

It’s often said, so goes California, so goes the nation. And maybe so goes the world.

This past weekend, in addition to California Gov. Gavin Newsom signing historic legislation banning the sale and manufacture of fur, fashion events held in a downtown L.A. theater, on a Ventura hillside reborn after the deadly Thomas Fire, and on the steps of City Hall, said a lot about what L.A. fashion stands for right now — animal rights, indigenous rights, going back to the land, localized production, community building — and where fashion in general could be heading.

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