Soho Girl believes Fashion is for all and has clothing for all occasions. The staff can help you find the perfect look whether you want to wear bike shorts or jeans to run a couple of errands, or a sequence dress for a night out on the town. They have accessories, bathing suits, and even masks for your next Halloween party!
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Soho Girl fits every girl. They carry every color you can think of: glitters, bright, neutrals, and darks.
Visit their website to shop an even larger selection of clothing online here.
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One of the trendier clothing styles of 2018 is “Streetwear” and with the Fashion District being the capital of new and trendy clothing, we’ve rounded up most of the stores that will help you look like the hype-beast you want to be.
For large brands like Supreme, Yeezy and Off-White, the Holy Grail is the place to be. With their large selection of rare sneaker finds and one of a kind accessories there is something for all of your activities. 836 S. Los Angeles St.
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For the more minimalistic dressers that are big on sneakers, Nice Kicks is for you. While they might not have the largest selection of clothing, their numerous sneakers make up for it. 862 S Main St.
Private Collection is the perfect place to shop for the less expensive yet still popular brands. Their large selection of accessories will make your outfit “fire” no matter the occasion. 1435 Maple Ave.
For a more old-school or casual Streetwear style, Gear Locker is the store to visit. Their large selection of t-shirts and stickers reminds us of when Streetwear was a more affordable style worn by skaters. 1221 Maple Ave. #A
With a large selection of designer brands, Blends LA is the perfect shop for all Streetwear lovers. 725 S. Los Angeles St.
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Let Sneaker Lab be the ones to show you how to care for your sneakers, for the ultimate Streetwear look. 721 South Los Angeles St.
Based out of the Fashion District, Dimepiece first began as a small graphic t-shirt collection and has now become one of the leading women’s contemporary streetwear labels.
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Fashion industry veterans, Chris and Mary Jane Chon created Mono B with quality in mind. The goal was to create athleisure (athletic clothing for everyday-wear) that would move with body but retain its shape and affordability.
“Affordable prices with outstanding customer service [and] without compromising quality” is what the Chon’s have always striven to deliver through Mindcode, the family’s contemporary line. Mono B, like its sister brand, delivers function without compromising style.
Mary Jane, who designs both lines, tested fabrics and fits until she found the right combination of durability and comfort. In a world of disposable fashion, Mono B offers quality athleisure made from carefully selected, non-shrinking fabrics.
The entire collections is available for wholesale in ladies and plus sizes. New arrivals are available twice a month, debuting 15-20 new styles. (Fall styles are currently in stock!) Place your orders in person at 747 East 10th Street or online at monobclothing.com.
We get a lot of questions regarding manufacturing and production services in the district. In an effort to better answer your questions, we partnered with Extreme Marking and Grading to answer the most frequently asked questions about marking and grading services in the LA Fashion District.
Grading refers to the process of creating additional sizes based on the sample garment; increasing or decreasing the measurements of a sample to create patterns for all necessary sizes. Then the patterns are fitted over fabric in the most efficient way possible. This secondary process is known as marking. Marking is the process of creating a guideline for how fabric should be cut to minimize waste. The “marker” is digitized and used during the production process.
The designer brings their pattern to a marking and grading specialist. It can be a paper pattern or digital file. (Paper patterns are digitized as part of the marking and grading process.) The pattern is then sized up and/or down (grading) and the production marker is created based on the new patterns.
First a pattern must be made. The designer then makes a sample from the pattern. Once the sample is finalized, it can proceed to the grading and marking process.
Be patient and don’t be afraid to make mistakes!
Extreme Marking and Grading specializes in first patterns, production patterns, duplicates, sample size runs, small productions, cutting, digitizing, grading, markers, file conversion, print outs, and marker plotting.
The company was founded by Jose Carlos Aguirre in 2001, who began his career in the apparel industry at the age of 14 working in a sewing workshop in Mexico.
Extreme Marking & Grading Inc.
719 S Los Angeles St #380
Los Angeles, CA 90014
Imagine this; you’re walking down Los Angles Street window shopping near 11th when a bright red fire escape catches your eye. The façade of the building is impeccable, and there are flowers, in variations of pink, cascading down the front display windows. The flooring is a welcoming bright white marble, with sleek mirrored cabinetry, and row upon row of colorful sunglasses, that look fresh off the runway, adorn the walls. Now stop imagining, because you have arrived at PERVERSE.
PERVERSE, having opened in 2016, is one of the newest businesses to call the LA Fashion District home. However, while they may be the new kids on the block, their history in our District is anything but that. Founder, Toni Ko, started her first company in the California Mart in 1999 at the tender age of 25. A company that most people in the Fashion Industry, MUA world, and anyone who’s bought cosmetics from a drugstore might be familiar with, NYX Cosmetics. While Toni has now transitioned away from the makeup world to make her mark in the sunglasses game, she has not shifted when it comes to her sentiments regarding her love of Downtown LA and the Fashion District. Establishing the PERVERSE location one block away from the Mart citing the “young, hip, cool, and urban energy” as matching the PERVERSE brand – Toni Ko has come back home.
Aside from the interior design, what truly makes PERVERSE unique is their ability to marry high-end quality merchandise with consumer friendly costs. Each PERVERSE sunnie in designed in-house by a design team who spends their time researching upcoming trends to curate and develop the perfect sunglasses collection. The team uses “high-quality plastics, acetates, and high-quality hinges” to then produce their sunglasses, including BPA-free Copolyester which is environmentally friendly. Focusing on every detail to maximize the uniqueness of every style – with each sunglass being crafted with such care – you’d expect prices to break the bank. Wrong! It’s PERVERSE’s mission to bring style to every person at an affordable price with prices starting as low as $40. In addition, PERVERSE has a 1:1:1 charity initiative that applies to every purchase.
Collections are updated seasonally, so 4 times a year, with the occasional early launch of a style too hot to keep under wraps. Another unique aspect to PERVERSE is their Capsule Collection Collaborations, where they partner with a Celebrity or Influencer to produce a limited collection of sunglass styles. Their most recent collaboration debuted this month as they partnered with KimChi of RuPaul’s Drag Race fame. With their endless selection of styles, we asked a PERVERSE representative what seems to be the most popular right now; Jerome and Dawn Patrol are among the top sellers, providing a “minimal yet so stand-out chic look.” Noting that while these may be best sellers “everyone has their own style identity,” and with endless options, there is a style for everyone so stop by PERVERSE and find your style identity.