By Andrew Asch | October 30, 2020
The skateboarding and action-sports world grieved at the untimely death of Keith Hufnagel at age 46 from brain cancer last month.
In 2005, menswear mavens Robert Godley and Robert Goldman started Psycho Bunny, a menswear company focused on the irreverent graphic of a rabbit’s head and crossbones. They made T-shirts, ties, polo shirts, golf apparel, socks and other items bearing a bunny Jolly Roger logo. Years later, the brand is still on the move.
Every winter holiday season, Citadel Outlets, just south of downtown Los Angeles, aims to go big with holiday decorations.
PacSun Active has entered the market as retailer Pacific Sunwear of California's effort to expand into fresh categories that promote wellness, inclusivity and an active lifestyle.
Over the years, Guess? cultivated its reputation as a go-to brand for editorial with sex appeal and star models such as Anna Nicole Smith and Kate Upton. With a new limited-edition capsule collection, it is going for cute.
The Ace Rivington brand is taking its flagship to a bigger stage.
Police chiefs, merchant groups and business improvement districts have urged retailers to cover store windows with plywood for protection against possible rioting during this week's presidential election.
Levi’s continued its collaboration with Karla Welch, a star stylist who has dressed performers ranging from Justin Bieber to Tracee Ellis Ross.
Nordstrom Inc’s omnichannel concept Nordstrom Local is on a roll.
A number of stores in downtown Los Angeles were vandalized the night of Oct. 27 following the Los Angeles Dodgers World Series victory in Arlington, Texas.
In 2019, Vans, the Costa Mesa, Calif.-based brand that pioneered skateboarding’s sartorial style, introduced Vans Checkerboard Day. It was intended to be a special day devoted to creativity and for service to creative projects. Get ready for a sequel.
Los Angeles-area high-school students and Loonar founders Jack Schwartz and Mateo Santamaria got their brand’s face masks to influencers and celebs such as Post Malone.
Italian high-end sportswear company Iceberg made an Oct. 21 donation to the Watts Empowerment Center, a Los Angeles-based non-profit organization serving children, youth and families at the Watts Housing Project in South Los Angeles.
This year, apparel-and-lifestyle brand Unkosher Market released nail polish inspired by the colors of a bagel and lox. For the 2020 election, the brand will release a tote bag with the slogan, “If you don’t vote, you can’t kvetch.” Oy! The Chutzpah!
The holidays are approaching and specialty-retail giant Gap typically releases a holiday commercial that pundits call heartwarming.