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  • Shopping: Nony Tochterman at Forever 21

    Shopping: Nony Tochterman at Forever 21
    Forever 21, the Los Angeles-based retailer famous for selling runway-ready looks for less than the cost of lunch at La Scala, will debut its first-ever designer collaboration on Friday — with local designer Nony Tochterman of Petro Zillia. The 11-...
  • Vintage-inspired fashions from L.A. designers

    Vintage-inspired fashions from L.A. designers
    Although the hunt for vintage clothing may be enticing to some people, others would rather bypass digging for buried treasure that, even when found, may consist of garments that are tattered or in a size best suited for the bird-boned women of the 1940s....
  • Young L.A. designers to watch

    Young L.A. designers to watch
    L.A. fashion week took center stage this month, with several familiar and some not-so-familiar labels showing collections to buyers and the media. But off the runway, there's a fairly new crop of promising contemporary brands that didn't participate in...
  • Sitting down with three generations of Missoni

    Sitting down with three generations of Missoni
    Missoni is having a moment. Last month, the Italian luxury label's Missoni for Target collaboration was so hotly sought after that it caused the retailer's website to crash. EBay was flooded with resales of the stuff — some 21,000 items at one...
  • Independent L.A. boutiques' holiday shopping deals

    Independent L.A. boutiques' holiday shopping deals
    H&M and other big-box retailers are obvious go-tos for fast fashion. But they aren't the only stores in town for shoppers seeking that little black dress in lace or a cashmere sweater that won't break the bank. Many of L.A.'s independent boutiques offer a...
  • Favorite boutiques in Los Angeles and beyond

    Favorite boutiques in Los Angeles and beyond
    Seeking a quintessential Los Angeles fashion experience? Here are our picks of the top boutiques where you can have one. Elyse Walker The vibe: Beachy casual with a metropolitan edge, a shop that includes Alexander McQueen evening gowns and Prada flip-...
  • Custom shirts, cut from a different cloth

    Custom shirts, cut from a different cloth
    Custom-made men's dress shirts were once considered the privileged peacockery of the moneyed set — a dash of sartorial swagger that could be afforded only by Hollywood A-listers, Wall Street bankers and monocle-wearing aristocrats of a bygone era....
  • Alfred Shaheen, garment industry pioneer, dies at 86

    Alfred Shaheen, garment industry pioneer, dies at 86
    Alfred Shaheen, a textile manufacturer who revolutionized the garment industry in postwar Hawaii by designing, printing and producing aloha shirts and other ready-to-wear items under one roof, has died. He was 86. Shaheen died Dec. 22 of complications...
  • Alexander McQueen dies at 40; iconoclastic fashion designer

    Alexander McQueen dies at 40; iconoclastic fashion designer
    Alexander McQueen, the fashion world's reigning provocateur who helped elevate British fashion to the international stage with his unconventional and sometimes macabre designs, was found dead Thursday at his home in London. He was 40. The police have not...
  • Last-minute Thanksgiving hors d'oeuvres

    Last-minute Thanksgiving hors d'oeuvres
      Appetizers? Before Thanksgiving dinner? Yes. Yes. And yes (in answer to your next question: "But will I have time to make them?"). The main event might be the big golden bird, but a thoughtful appetizer or two goes a long way toward making dinner...
  • A chic, new Washington?

    A chic, new Washington?
    The Founding Fathers wanted to separate the center of government from the center of commerce. So after contentious wrangling they decided to move the capital from New York to a swamp on the Potomac. And in some senses, it still is a swamp. Purely in...