B. Scott and Sarah Scott: The sportswear-infused collection featured guy and gal mix-and-match leopard and plaid separates interspersed with a few Goth favorites.
Caribbean Showcase: Brandi Estwick and Kesia Estwick’s geometric cuts and cutouts recalled a Nineties Gucci energy with a touch of street style.
ISM Mode: Los Angeles-based designer Inka Sherman experiments with fabrics and dyes resulting in a casual organic collection of striped shirtdresses.
Jen Awad: Velour tuxedos in a wide swath of fall colors alongside Victorian-inspired dresses rounded out a collection of dresses and separates.
Korovilas: The designer showed a mostly lace, vintage-inspired collection of pretty, well-cut full-length dresses.
Mike Vensel: Hedi Slimane’s newly acquired California rock ’n’ roll spirit was in the house as the designer showed his oversize, slouchy and appropriately draped collection.
Nikki Rich: There is definitely something to watch and anticipate in Nikki Lund and Richie Sambora’s muted tone avant-garde collection.
Odylyne: Pretty and simple, Stephanie Lampkin’s collection of all-floor-length dresses and skirts gave off a Seventies post-YSL hippie-chic vibe.
Sarine Marie: Sarine Berberian showed her collection of ladylike silhouettes in lace, virgin wool, silk and wool gabardine.
Soldat: Though there were some well-cut skirts in Camilla Wright’s collection, a salon-style show is not recommended for any of the Los Angeles Fashion Council shows.