See the latest collections from L.A. Fashion Week.


Adolfo Sanchez: The designer showed a modern minimalist collection of black leather minidresses with fox fur-trimmed collars and cuffs.


Ai for Ai: Liz and Carol Ai channeled a modern mystic who holds a penchant for soft, flowing pieces with asymmetric hems.


Alternative Apparel: The brand’s chief creative officer Greg Alterman presented easily layered separates that mixed workwear and military motifs in muted earth tones.


Anthony Franco: The designer made suiting look sensual with a body-conscious white cashmere tuxedo and metallic coat and pants.


B:Scott: Brandon Scott’s structured jackets provided the right amount of edge.


Chemline: Former costume designer Averi Bell sent out a lineup of men’s wear-inspired pantsuits and Forties-style ruffled dresses.


Fremont: Devin Carlson sent out a unisex collection with tough-meets-tender separates.


Ghita: Alexis Phifer’s easygoing chiffon dresses bared the shoulders and collarbones while the arms were draped in diaphanous layers.

Ina Soltani: The designer’s short, jewel-tone numbers were perfectly suited for red-carpet starlets.


Lavuk: Natasha Gindin worked sustainable materials such as organic cotton, hemp and dead stock silks into boldly colored coats.


Mike Vensel: The designer had a strong showing with fire engine red slinky jersey dresses that had a monastic feel to them.


Of Two Minds: Sunjoo Moon injected some Parisian elegance into the Cali-cool wardrobe of bouclé jackets and velvet tuxedo pants mixed with Boho frocks and earth tone pieces.


Seth Aaron Designs: The designer gave a rockabilly-punk spin to Sixties-inspired silhouettes in a stark palette of black, white and red.

Skingraft: Jonny Cota refined his dark version of luxe with sharp shoulders and exaggerated collars on leather jackets accented with fur.


Sue Wong: Cecil Beaton’s designs for Audrey Hepburn in the musical “My Fair Lady” served as the catalyst for the designer’s silk and tulle gowns.


Thai Nguyen: The former BCBG designer continued to cater to his customer set with embellished, sometimes froufrou, gowns and wedding dresses.


The Battalion: Eco-friendly designer Linda Wong layered chunky knits over delicate lace dresses and tops.

Tony Cohen: Amsterdam-based Tony Cohen sent out delicate chiffon dresses worn with fur vests and collars in his mostly black lineup punctuated with a few pops of red.