The women’s trade shows in Los Angeles had a slow start this month, but three labels stood out with their designs.
Entrepreneurial brothers Raan and Shea Parton say it’s all about engagement.
Some California fashion brands to watch: Minden Chan’s MCT Editions, Susan Cho’s Page Thirty, Shab Sadeghi’s Shabbella
Mixing embellished denim sweatshirts and relaxed gowns, the designer brings handcrafted femininity and responsible entrepreneurship to L.A.
The country music campaign takes the digital influencers and their 38 million social media fans to Nashville.
Almost a year after becoming the brand’s first creative director, the “Modern Family” actress picks the photographer and stylist Brad Goreski to create her spring 2017 ads.
Backed by Khosla Ventures, Greycroft Partners, Nordstrom and Bonobos’ Andy Dunn, the customization web site aims to triple sales in 2017.
In the nexus of Hollywood, fashion and progressive politics, an estimated 750,000 people converged downtown with music, creativity and hope.
At Bloomingdale’s in L.A., the actress talked with designer Ramy Brook Sharp and her show’s creator and costume designer about dressing for changes in women’s lives.
Vaute Couture, Delikate Rayne, Nicora Shoes and Susi Studio share business strategy and push innovation at PETA panel in Los Angeles.
A street style star in her jeans that fit just right, Miranda Kerr has a new denim collection designed with Los Angeles-based Mother.