EXHIBITION: Competitive new arrivals draw mixed reaction from old guard.
Influx of new galleries complicates the picture for longtime operators.
James Jeans founders form D&A studio to give discipline a lift.
The future of D&A Flying Yoga studio is up in the air.
INTERNET: Need for more space spurs FabFitFun into second move in three years.
FabFitFun is on the move again as its growing subscription lifestyle box business requires a bigger home.
Durban expands deals with Target, Dick’s for foldable transport.
Durban Bikes aims to ride new distribution deals to more sales for its foldable products.
APPAREL: Varley to put down permanent roots in city that inspired label.
Londoners Ben and Lara Mead see Santa Monica as a better fit for the HQ of their SoCal-inspired fashion firm.
APPAREL: Former Guess trio sees future in retro inspiration.
Two of the Marciano brothers from Guess look to try on a new vintage style with GM Studio.
RETAIL: Loren Kreiss moves to resurrect family business after bankruptcy.
Back from bankruptcy, old-time Los Angeles furniture brand Kreiss seeks to retake its seat at the table.
APPAREL: Beach lifestyle draws Australian brands looking to shore up sales.
Some Australian labels say a similar coastal culture makes Los Angeles a good beachhead for cracking the U.S. market.
Specialty furniture retailer Z Gallerie has agreed to pay $15 million following allegations by the U.S. Attorney’s Office that the company tried to mislead customs officials in order to import furniture from China at a cheaper price.
West L.A. public relations company S+L Communications has been given a huge leg up in the highly competitive world of marketing and PR.