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8000 Nerves: Every decade and style was well represented in the collection, which made clubbing in Eastern Europe look much more desirable than most kids of the Eighties might care to remember.

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.

Dai Le: The designer presented a single-syllable all-black collection suitable for myriad onstage performances in Hollywood and beyond.

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.