Pull&Bear Pop-Up Shop at UCLA Store Re-Opens after Collection Sells Out in 24 Hours!

Pull&Bear Pop-Up Shop at UCLA Store Re-Opens after Collection Sells Out in 24 Hours! Pull&Bear Pop-Up Shop at UCLA Store Re-Opens after Collection Sells Out in 24 Hours!   Westwood, Calif. – Nov. 12, 2019 – Pull&Bear, an international retailer headquartered in Spain, debuted its exclusive collection of UCLA x Pull&Bear apparel and accessory styles last week to rave…

UCLA Store Unveils New Logo

UCLA Store Unveils New Logo UCLA Store Unveils New Logo   LOS ANGELES – Nov. 12, 2019 –  The UCLA Store’s main entrance has received its first makeover in more than 20 years and now features a logo that is consistent with university brand guidelines.   Erected in mid-October, the new blue, gold and white sign replaced the…

ASUCLA Welcomes New Communications Specialist

ASUCLA Welcomes New Communications Specialist ASUCLA Welcomes New Communications Specialist   LOS ANGELES – Nov. 7, 2019 – To further develop communications strategies and tactics that promote the uniqueness of and resources offered by ASUCLA, the organization is proud to welcome its new Communications Specialist, Trenise Ferreira, for the team.   Ferreira is stepping into a newly created role and…

New Director of Ethical Labor and Sustainability

ASUCLA Continues to Foster Supply-Chain Transparency by Bringing on New Director of Ethical Labor and Sustainability ASUCLA Continues to Foster Supply-Chain Transparency by Bringing on New Director of Ethical Labor and Sustainability   LOS ANGELES – Nov. 6, 2019 – As part of efforts to strive for better and more viable partnerships with licensees, ASUCLA is proud to…

Pull&Bear Pop-Up SOLD OUT at UCLA Store

Pull&Bear Pop-Up SOLD OUT at UCLA Store Pull&Bear Pop-Up SOLD OUT at UCLA Store International fashion label debuts UCLA collaboration collection in U.S. Westwood, Calif. – Nov. 6, 2019 – The UCLA x Pull&Bear pop-up shop has sold out at the UCLA store. Pull&Bear, an international retailer headquartered in Spain, brought its interpretation of the…