Archive for category: Brand Clothing

Jeans And Tops For Girls

Are you in search of a great fitting pair of dark blue denim jeans? Look no further than H & M the new trendy fashion hub housing all those european imports! Their dark blue denims will allow your body to look its best! Besides the great fit they’re priced extra reasonably to boot! Speaking of boots it may be high [&hellip

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Cool Blues Teen Denim

Even juniors get the blues, and this Fall season is no exception as jeanswear picks up the fashion pace and shows some fun, new fashion shapes. Today’s teens know what they want when it comes to fashion, and even the basic blue jean doesn’t escape their demanding eye. In response, jeanswear designers are coming up with new ideas that update [&hellip

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Where Hollywood and Fashion Play

What better place to bring the two biggest industries in Los Angeles together than the Stock Exchange? Sasha Tadman hopes to do just that, offering a meeting place for Hollywood types and fashion industry players at the Stock Exchange nightclub on the 600 block of South Main Street. Tadman is the club’s manager and for the past several weeks has [&hellip

Wet Seal Now

Getting Wet Seal Inc. vice chairman and CEO Kathy Bronstein for an interview isn’t easy. Add company president and COO Ed Thomas, and it’s a rare occasion, indeed. The pair recently took time to discuss the retail industry in general and Wet Seal in particular with California Apparel News Senior Editor Julie McElwain, who’s covered the Irvine, Calif.-based retailer long [&hellip

Get the JUMP: …it’s Action Sports Time

JUMP…into style with some of the hot looks for juniors and young men’s sportswear. Catch them at the upcoming Action Sports Retailer show… JUMP…on what’s driving juniors and young men’s. Trendy sports-golf, soccer, boardsports and mountain climbing-provide the inspiration. Music-from hip-hop to the British scene-is exerting its enormous influence, with bands such as Oasis feeding trends to the young men’s [&hellip

Grace & Grit: Spring ’13 unleashed

Headliners for the CaliforniaMart’s Spring ’13 market offered stark contrasts. Offerings in the Contemporary show put a classy emphasis on feminine grace and alluring looks. The LOOK Fast Forward Fashion show made its usual gritty case for clubwear and streetwear fashion. These, and a variety of other shows were featured highlights of a successful L.A. Fashion Week. Pretty in Pink [&hellip

Fred Segal Retail Stores

Upscale specialty stores in West Hollywood on Melrose Avenue and nearby Santa Monica remain must-shops for fashion-conscious Angelenos. The two locations bring various high-end labels under one roof, spread over boutiques owned and run by approximately 40 owners with more than 100 buyers. That leaves plenty of room for buyers to seek the edge of local fashion and has consistently [&hellip

Cal Mart/New Mart

Cal Mart holding steady in terms of occupancy rate, still around 75 percent, according to building’s management. Remains in hands of New York-based Equitable Life Assurance Co., which assumed ownership via bankruptcy. Worked toward developing international links over the past year: Debuted Korean textile companies and hosted delegation of Mexico-based manufacturers for Los Angeles International Textile Show in April; hosted [&hellip

California Dreamin

What better place for famous fashion houses to give their take on 21st-century style than Rodeo Drive? Designers from around the globe showed off their millennial musings on that landmark California retail spot during the recent Tribute to Style, raising funds for inner-city arts education along the way. Rodeo Drive was down for a few hours on a recent Sunday-shut [&hellip

Otis Shines Fashion

An A-list of the Los Angeles fashion community turned out May 8 for Otis College of Art and Design’s 17th Annual Critics’ Awards Fashion Show held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Students pleased two sets of critics-the professional designers who worked with them on collections for the show and the rest of the crowd that turned out to support the [&hellip