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


Alana Hale: The designer sent out a textured, mostly neutral lineup with pops of orange and sea-foam green that ranged from separates to eveningwear.


Alternative Apparel: Palm Springs’ desert landscape inspired Greg Alterman and Lissa Zwahlen to bleach tropical tints for their relaxed spring collection.


Bryan Hearns: For his fifth collection, the designer combined structural elements and whimsy.


Curly V: The designer showed feminine, body-conscious minidresses in a summery garden party setting.


Eduardo Lucero: The designer showed only three seemingly unrelated looks: a bondage-inspired bodysuit, a black dress with an armor-style bodice and a pink-hooded mini.


Emily Factor: The designer used photographs she took of succulent plants, flowering cabbages and ammonite fossils as the basis for the digitally printed patterns.


ISM Mode: Inka Sherman held fast to her native Berlin aesthetic.


Jessica Huang: The designer presented three structured Goth-meets-bondage studded looks.


Kittinhawk: Allysun Maria Dutra showed dark, fetishlike garments pieced together from vintage and recycled fabrics for her lineup.


Michelle Laine: The three one-off looks the designer presented combined textures such as shredded leather and appliquéd chiffon with her strong stone and sterling jewelry. 


Mike Vensel: The designer presented his usual group of minimalist dresses, fashioned from eco-friendly organic cotton, bamboo, recycled leather and overstock silk.


Nami: Sarah Nami Ahn took inspiration from a recent trip to Japan for her spring collection.


Nuvula: Rebeca Victoria pulled from many, seemingly unconnected, influences (art nouveau, Samurai warriors) in an extensive collection dominated by dresses made out of bamboo.


S&G: This unisex line of edgy, distressed streetwear, founded in San Francisco by Sequoia Emmanuelle and Gita Salem, is well suited for diehard hipsters.


Sachika: The clothes featured tailored separates and sequined gowns in the titular silhouette.


Sue Wong: Exploring the style dichotomy between angels and devils, the designer presented an array of cocktail dresses and evening gowns adorned with white feathers, jet beading and other ornate embellishments.


Thai Nguyen: The designer paid tribute to his Vietnamese roots with light body-skimming dresses, many with high collars and fan motif embroidery.


The Bohemian Society: The textured and diaphanous monochromatic looks worked best.


Valerj Pobega: The former model continued with his dresses and gowns in hand-painted white and black chiffon.

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