It’s halfway through fashion week here, and most designers have eschewed the flirty girliness that dominated the New York and European collections. Instead, they’re doing what they do best — art-school edge and club-kid cool.

Rojas designer Freddie Rojas, Melrose Avenue’s perennial clubster, knows what it takes to keep kids dancing all night — mesh overlays for breathability, miniskirts for movement and a strip or two of shiny silver or bright neon to really stand out in the crowd. John Sakalis, meanwhile, slashed, tore and draped tops and dresses in vibrant sherbet greens, blues, yellows and fuchsia. The best pieces — utilizing bat wings, pleats and cowlnecks — swirled and twisted the hues together.

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