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Los Angeles Fashion Week Spring 2014

Check back daily for the latest collections from L.A. Fashion Week.

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Check back daily for the latest collections from L.A. Fashion Week.

 

Aamber Aleyna: The collection gave women options for the office, an evening out or a day by the shore.

 

Altaf Maaneshia: His best look was a pair of navy silk high-waisted trousers worn with a cropped black velvet jacket.

 

Amabelle Aguiluz: The designer created a tribal-meets-contemporary collection of handmade knit tops and body-skimming dresses that was both unique and wearable.

 

Andre Soriano: The designer showed a collection with “punk de luxe” as its theme.

 

Ashton Michael: Ashton Hirota gave an edge to the crisp button-ups and oversize pants by adding cutaway hems, sheer layers and stretch leather.

 

Bettie Page Clothing: Tatyana Khomyakova’s ode to the Fifties pin-up was a crowd-pleaser.

 

Camila X Castillo: Camila Castillo placed origamilike embellishments on her simple, futuristic-inspired silhouettes.

 

Chloe Evangeline: The designer’s collection is for women channeling the beach lifestyle with a touch of safari.

 

Day by Day: 2BFree designer Cedric Benaroch launched this new loungewear collection of graphic T-shirts, hoodies, slim sweatpants, shorts and jumpsuits.

 

Dexter Jones: The designer sent out a range of flare-leg pants in everything from raw denim to leather and lace.

 

Donna Mizani: The designer sent out feminine and flowy cut-out maxidresses in lightweight sherbet colors along with body-conscious jersey numbers.

 

Emily Dacarett: The designer said the inspiration for her debut collection was the relationship between Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin.

 

Fashion Splash: The group swimwear show, featuring lines Salt Swimwear, Stone Fox, Mi-Ola, Amour and Mandalynn, included some nice cuts and color stories.

 

FBF by Checka: Francesca Skwark didn’t break any style ground, but her gray-and-black color-blocked halter dress and navy blue jersey gown looked sleek and wearable.

 

Furne One: The Dubai-based designer sent out a fantasy-based collection of looks that were meant to explore good and evil.

 

Gen Art: The Fresh Faces in Fashion event featured emerging lines Again, Joseph Singh, Mansoor Scott and Mila Hermanovski.

 

Gregorio Sanchez: The Mexican designer sent out a parade of earth-toned chiffon dresses and rompers.

 

Ina Soltani: Always inspired by Old Hollywood screen sirens, Ina Soltani sent out a troupe of satin- and sequin-clad models sporting red lips and Veronica Lake waves.

 

Irene by Greg La Voi: Greg La Voi took inspiration from the Forties and created a pretty, feminine collection.

 

ISM Mode: Inka Sherma stayed true to her soft fabrics and easy-to-wear shapes for spring.

 

Jen Awad: The designer likened her self-described “all over the place” collection to channel-surfing.

 

Katharine Kidd: The designer’s feminine tailoring was on fine display for spring.

 

Kittinhawk: Allysun Dutra fashioned her origamilike accessories from paper and chopsticks saved from countless Asian dinners.

 

Korolivas: Maria Korovilas worked feminine dresses in burnout silk-velvet, printed chiffon, laser-cut leather and lace.

 

Le MaLi: Designed by twins Taraslith and Marlene Herrera, this all-white collection featured special-occasion pieces.

 

Lee+Lani Swimwear: The sexy swim collection by Lisa Marie Pascuccio and Alana Ault ranged from retro to futuristic.

 

Linden: Jennifer Lynn worked vintage and recycled fabrics into Linden’s spring lineup of color-blocked separates and shirtdresses.

 

M The Movement: Michael Herrera’s streetwear collection was far more interesting for men than women.

 

Malan Breton: This lineup of gowns, cut in the same shiny fabrics as his suits, exhibited touches of Eighties drama.

 

Mathiasen: Matthew Mathiasen’s debut collection was inspired by his sporty girlfriends and how they mixed and matched separates.

 

Michael Costello: The “Project Runway” alum didn’t shy away from sexy.

 

Mike Vensel: Mike Vensel married his work as a painter and a designer with a collection of clean-lined long dresses done in a chiffon made from recycled plastic bottles.

 

Mister Triple X: While it was a small collection, Erik Rosete’s streetwear lineup was edgy and appealing.

 

Nathanaelle Couture: Nathanaelle Hottois’ collection was simple and wearable.

 

Nuvula: Designers Rebecca and Vanessa Victoria explored Fifties and Sixties silhouettes and Asian-inspired looks.

 

Octavio Carlin: The veteran Los Angeles designer sent out a bouquet of colorful dresses in easy, unfussy silhouettes.

 

Oda: Design trio Maggie Kim, Mandalyn Begay and Angie Kim presented pleated and draped chiffon pieces that demonstrated real skill.

 

Odylyne: Stephanie Lampkin loves a bohemian maxidress, and this season she added an edge to the simple silhouettes.

 

Paul Redmond: The designer continued his affinity for geometric shapes and themes with a black-and-white mosaic motif.

 

Piper Gore: The designer captured the casual luxury vibe with pieces such as a sunburst-yellow silk romper and a sleeveless tan cargo jacket.

 

R Michel’le: Rachael Broussard offered a dressier take with geometric cropped tops and fitted skirts with cut-out hems in a black, white and orange palette.

 

Sachika: Twins To-Tam and To-Nya Sachika showed their women’s Sachika line and their debut men’s collection, Tuxx by Sachika.

 

Shail K: Kimi Verma is a former Miss Mumbai, which could explain the pageant vibe of her collection.

 

Sofia Palermo: Her best pieces incorporated hammered gold hardware into the necklines to give the look of statement jewelry.

 

Stella Proysen: The spring collection from Debbie Talanian started sweetly with plaid trousers and a notched full skirt.

 

That’s Totally Fine: Rose La Grua used washed denim and layered plaid and organza to create street-style and club-friendly pieces for her attention-grabbing lineup.

 

The Bohemian Society: Victor Wilde worked in an all black or white palette in gauze, twill and suede.

 

Toxic Sadie: The Miami-based swim line was full of sexy bikinis with sophisticated details like turquoise beads, shells, triple hoops and flat gold link hardware.

 

Unique Vintage: The collection, designed by Katie Echeverry, included cute retro-style swimsuits and a range of party dresses.


XCVI:
This casual contemporary line, founded by Gita Zeltzer and designed by Lilia Gorodnitski, took inspiration from the California desert and its flowers.

 

Yoze: Davin Enoyoze Odia’s debut collection, designed by creative director Miguel Rodriguez, juxtaposed sharp, angular silhouettes with silks and jersey numbers.

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