Adam Tschorn is currently a staff writer at the Los Angeles Times where his coverage of fashion, style and popular culture most often appears online at All The Rage and in the hard copy of the Sunday Los Angeles Times Image section.
He's been covering menswear since 2004 and wearing it much, much...
The surf’s up, the sun’s out and life’s as colorful and carefree as a day at the beach, but storm clouds are gathering on the horizon. And we’re in for nasty weather. That’s one way to interpret the overarching message of the spring/summer 2018 menswear collections shown here July 10 through 14 during New York Fashion Week: Men’s. What’s less open to interpretation are some of the specific trends designers hope will translate from runway to retail in six months’ time.
One week after the temporary Louis Vuitton X Supreme shop popped up in downtown Los Angeles, it appears to have suddenly popped down. The closure also appears to have happened the same day as a minor incident outside the temporary store, at 833 E. 3rd St., to which the Los Angeles Police Department responded Friday morning. The French luxury label’s website now includes the words “Monday-Sunday: closed,” below the address for the downtown Arts District pop-up shop.
If your holiday time-off plans include popping by the Louis Vuitton x Supreme pop-up in downtown Los Angeles, one of only two temporary boutiques in the country (and eight worldwide) serving up the collection before it officially launches in mid-July, the retail feeding frenzy that’s familiar to Supreme fans may feel foreign to the collab-curious coming from the Vuitton side. To that end, here are six helpful hints based on our Day 1 survey of the scene.
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