Danielle and Natalie Paulson are both standout athletes at Millikan High School. They also happen to run an emerging clothing brand on Instagram.
Known as a destination for famous, forward-thinking brands and artists, the first day of this year’s event featured performances by rappers Kid Cudi and Lil Kim.
According to Lucy’s Boudoir owner Crystal Rogers, around 80% of women are either wearing the wrong size bra or simply can’t wait to tear it off the moment they pull into the driveway.
Maggie Stoll’s business, Burke Mercantile, is a pinprick-sized light in the dark, unsustainable world of fast fashion.
Retro Mexican American fashion dominated Sunday’s L.A. Retro Festival at the Museum of Latin American Art, which highlighted the museum’s first solo exhibition featuring a Chicano artist.
Two Long Beach natives and Wilson High School alumni, Katie Welty Fraser and Jackie Loughery, are living the dream right now—if you count that dream being working six to seven days a week to keep their budding women’s apparel brand, roe + may, on its steady upward trend.
After years and years of empty promises and experience in the fashion industry, longtime friends Christa Bischofberger and Kristy Kalsman decided to reunite and take the plunge of starting their own company: Saltwater Luxe, a fashion line where casual beachwear meets luxury, ready-to-wear articles of clothing.
Students studying fashion design at California State University, Long Beach will showcase years of hard work and serious passion at the 27th Annual Campus Couture Fashion Show at the Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center on Friday. The students gave the Post a sneak peek at several of the garments during the prejudging event before the big night.
The Academy—Long Beach’s premiere top-down clothing boutique—saw a unique opportunity this past World Peace Day on September 21: create a lighthearted way to express the idea of world peace (even against its most adamant of dissenters) through fashion.