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A denim display as Stylemax.


L.A. Turns to Satellite Venues

The Los Angeles market is betting on the lure of satellite shows to showcase its fashion wares.

clock December 10, 2014Nola Sarkisian-Miller and Holly Haber


L.A. Market Sees Ath-Leisure, Mixed Media and More

Though there weren’t any trends that were “earth-shattering,” the upbeat mood of the market was noticeable.

clock March 26, 2014Nola Sarkisian-Miller

A floral print from Alexander Henry Fabrics.


L.A. Firms Seeing Production Boost

A resurgence in domestic manufacturing is fueling confidence for textile firms gearing up for the Los Angeles International Textile Show.

clock March 4, 2014Nola Sarkisian-Miller

Government and Trade

AAFA Seminar Puts Product Safety in Focus

New rules could add to production costs.

clock February 3, 2014Nola Sarkisian-Miller

Shopping the Los Angeles International Textile Show.


Solid Action at L.A. Show, Despite Calendar Complaints

Exhibitors said moving the Los Angeles International Textile Show earlier cut slightly into ordering.

clock March 11, 2013Nola Sarkisian-Miller


Los Angeles International Textile Show’s Print Debate

One of the key topics of discussion was the use of digital prints versus screen prints.

clock March 11, 2013Nola Sarkisian-Miller

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Ready To Wear

Fresh Faces at WWDMAGIC

Three brands to check out at the upcoming show.

clock February 19, 2013Nola Sarkisian-Miller

A look from Anne Barge.

Designer and Luxury

Aisle By Fire: Upscale Bridal Boutiques Hit Bumps

Given the economy, high-end bridal designers and upmarket bridal salons are scrambling for new ways to woo their clients.

clock September 1, 2009Nola Sarkisian-Miller

Santiki’s cotton jersey dress. Charles David flats.


Fashion for Juniors: Leading the Charge

Junior brands strive to stand out.

clock August 31, 2009Nola Sarkisian-Miller

XOXO’s polyester and spandex romper.


Junior Brands at the August 2009 MAGIC: Growing Bolder

Junior brands at WWDMAGIC are taking some fashion risks for fall-holiday and spring

clock August 17, 2009Nola Sarkisian-Miller

Coffeeshop’s cotton trenchcoat; Dorinha’s viscose and elastane shirt; BB Dakota’s polyester skirt. Streets Ahead belt.


A Sharp Focus

Presenting the right styles to retailers is key.

clock February 17, 2009Nola Sarkisian-Miller

A look from its Jim Hjelm collection.


Bridal Designers Strike Back Against Counterfeiters

Designers Watters, Jim Hjelm, Lazaro and Maggie Sottero have posted warnings on websites about wedding gown knockoffs.

clock September 23, 2008Nola Sarkisian-Miller

Blue Plate’s cotton dress.


On Track

The junior segment shows resilience.

clock August 25, 2008Nola Sarkisian-Miller

There will be 658 lines showing looks for women at Project.


Growing Up

A larger women’s category, more accessories lines and exhibitors and a multitude of sponsors, are a few of the highlights Project Global Tradeshow.

clock August 21, 2008Nola Sarkisian-Miller

Boom Boom Jeans' cotton polyester dress


Junior Looks Dominated by Sixties Influences

The spring runways were an ode to the Summer of Love era and the trend has made its way to the juniors market, which will be on display at WWDMAGIC in August.

clock August 11, 2008Nola Sarkisian-Miller

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