The L.A. management agency, acquired by United Talent Agency in 2019, represents the likes of Camila Coelho and Aimee Song.
The capsule is a collab between Owens and Venice, Italy-based creative Arturo Boem, aka Swampgod.
L.A.-based digital fashion start-up DressX has launched an app to make it easier for customers to try and buy 3D digital clothing from its designer marketplace.
Pepper and Luxbae have also made debuts.
“We’ve proven we can sell things around the world that are made and shipped by the Skid Row community,” said the brand’s cofounder Rich Marshall.
The 10th annual event will honor groundbreaking artists and Obama portrait painters Amy Sherald and Kehinde Wiley, and legendary director Steven Spielberg.
The line will be available via a mobile T-shirt truck touring Southern California.
The entrepreneur and actress, whose lifestyle company went public in May, is utilizing compostable “tree-free” cartons made from upcycled sugarcane byproduct and unveiling a “daily defense” collection, out July 19 on Honest.com.
“Business is booming” said the pioneering L.A. retailer, who operates four Elyse Walker boutiques and three contemporary brand Towne stores.
The 1,500 square feet space features the sustainable brand’s Farm-to-Closet collection, deadstock and organic cotton designs, artist collaborations, vintage books, apothecary items and an outdoor flower mart.
Amid rampant wage theft for Los Angeles garment workers, SB 62 is drawing lines between sustainable businesses — and everyone else.