The hotel group is set to launch its festival series, with L.A. label Wildfox among the brands slated for a pop-up presence at the W Hollywood.
The Los Angeles company is now suing the Swedish fast-fashion retailer alleging use of its name on pieces sold at H&M stores and online.
Designs for the 19-piece collection included work with Halley Elefante of The Salty Blonde, Jill Wallace of Little Black Boots and other influencers.
Based on interest from Uniqlo, Urban Outfitters, Wildfox and other brands at the Los Angeles International Textile Show, the Seventies trend is accelerating toward spring 2017.
The company recently opened a second store, in the Malibu Country Mart, and last week opened its first shops-in-shop concept at the Nordstrom in the Westfield Topanga mall.
Wildfox Couture’s chief executive officer Jimmy Sommers celebrated the opening party for the brand’s first flagship Thursday.