“What good is it for me to have a business where I sell clothing and make money off people who are constantly living in a state of fear for generations?” said Bobby Kim, owner of streetwear brand The Hundreds in L.A.
As brands and retailers across the U.S. started to reopen after the coronavirus lockdown, chaotic protesting has forced closures and led to a great deal of damage.
Fearful of riots and looting, many stores are preemptively closing just days after beginning to reopen in LA.
Nail salons are still excluded, but L.A. is moving fast toward reopening of hair salons, barbershops, even restaurants amid the coronavirus.
From Napa to Joshua Tree, a look at the Golden State’s favorite escapes.
The allure of sun and surf is so strong, even if people are California dreamin’ on Instagram, that some designers have actually reported sales lifts during the pandemic.
California appears to be picking up speed in its reopening plans amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The initiative, created by celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart, begins May 17.
The content series begins on May 15.
The new face of the green (bud) movement.
City planning is being based on weeks more of people being at home, while Gov. Newsom starts to modify state orders on offices and malls.
“Even this limited contact, people were so happy to have–just a little normalcy,” said designer Clare Vivier.