Despite LA Fashion week being somewhat scattered this Fall, the best shows reside downtown, including SkinGraft’s featuring bomber jackets, feathered, silk blouses, and inspirations from birds of flight.
Back-to-School Gothic-Lolita-Not Just for Harajuku Girls Anymore
Back-to-school fashion meets with a heavy influence of Goth, Loli, Fairey Kei, J-Rock, Anime this year as J-Pop has officially invaded. (Alice in Wonderland Loli.) Street report on top brands, styles, accessories.
Immigration Reform Protests in Downtown LA Bring Diverse Youth Groups Together with American Apparel at the Forefront
Thousands of activists gathered May 1 in alliance for immigration reform, workers rights, and Made in America symbolism, many carrying Shepard Fairey posters and American Apparel “Legalize LA” T-shirts.
Part 3 from LA Fashion Week and GenArt%uFFFDs Kick-off Featuring Raquel Allegra
Part 3 of GenArt%uFFFDs LA Fall Fashion show features the last of the selected crew for the season with Raquel Allegra
GenArt LA Fashll Fashion Show Part 2 from LA Fashion Week: Society for Rational Dress
Part 2 of GenArt%uFFFDs opening show from LA Fashion Week at the Los Angeles Theatre featuring Society from Rational Dress.
LA Fashion Week Kicks-off with the GenArt Fall Fashion Runway Show Inside the Decaying Glamour of the Los Angeles Theatre Featuring Grai, Society for Rational Dress, and Raquel Allegra
GenArt’s featured designers once again set the tone for LA Fashion Week with collections that depict aspects of the future in styles, materials, and silhouettes.
MTV Takes a Hit with Massive Lay-offs; Rhapsody Closes NY Office in Viacom Job Slash Strategy; Tribune Declares Bankruptcy
Media company re-orgs take it’s toll with hundreds laid off in a week. What this means for the entertainment industry.
IMG and Smashbox Studios to Call It Quits After Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in LA
The two who came together in 2004 decide to go their separate ways. What this means for LA Fashion Week.
Elmer Ave.’s”A Night of Tragic Emotions” Fashion Show Reveals How the Brand Stays One Step Ahead with High-end, Deconstructed Menswear with a Rock %u2018n Roll Edge
The Elmer Ave. fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Smashbox Studios was one of the most highly anticipated shows of LA Fashion Week, particularly by those of us interested in what’s coming next from street and music-inspired apparel. The 4 owners, Collin Pulsipher, Jonny Day, Ward Robinson, and Sean Murphy have been at the cutting-edge of creating high-end menswear with a rocker aesthetics since 2002, and very much like the owners themselves, each collection has inspired a fair amount of wannabes trying to achieve the “Elmer Ave.” style that is uniquely it’s own.
Mama Clothing is One of the Few Streetwear Labels for Women on the Market Today -Check-out What They Have to Say About their New Collection, Collabs with New Era, TooFly, Adidas, the State of the Women’s Streetwear Industry
Mama Clothing, founded and designed by Gabriella Davi-Khorasanee, is one of the few women’s streetwear brands on the market today -even though ironically, there is a growing demand for this type of apparel. What makes Mama unique are many things, including how Gabriella goes about choosing her inspiration and researching her designs before releasing them.