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March 5, 1993 | ROSE APODACA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If 1992 is any indication of what the future holds for Jason Bleick, then he might not have to explain the "B" tattooed on his left shoulder blade. The Costa Mesa designer might even consider marketing a removable version of the jagged signature logo for mass consumption. With sales expected to top $2 million this year, four times last year's gross, jeans bearing the Bleick stamp could fast become hot property in the competitive denim market.
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March 5, 1993 | ROSE APODACA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If 1992 is any indication of what the future holds for Jason Bleick, then he might not have to explain the "B" tattooed on his left shoulder blade. The Costa Mesa designer might even consider marketing a removable version of the jagged signature logo for mass consumption. With sales expected to top $2 million this year, four times last year's gross, jeans bearing the Bleick stamp could fast become hot property in the competitive denim market.
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October 19, 2008 | Max Padilla, Special to The Times
Southern California is considered the birthplace of casual sportswear, and brands like Ever represent the next generation of that tradition, taking basics such as board shorts and hoodies and rendering them in vintage prints and high-end fabrics. On Thursday, the L.A.-based label, which retails at upmarket shops such as Barneys New York and London's Selfridges, finally opens the doors to its Melrose Avenue store.
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December 2, 2007 | Amy Scattergood, Times Staff Writer
If scarves have a downside, it's their trailing ends. Short scarves unhook and need rearranging; longer scarves want to drag behind, drop suddenly into a mug of cocoa, get caught in the ordinary machinery of your day. Think Isadora Duncan. But sew the ends of a knit scarf together and you have the problem solved -- and the scarf pretty much perfected. It's one of those ideas that seems so obvious you'd think someone surely discovered it a long, long time ago.
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