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Corey Lynn Calter: The designer presented a whimsical collection that mixed floral-print minidresses with bright striped and solid separates.
David Alexander: David Alexander should stick to designing dresses for Hollywood action starlets such as Megan Fox.
Division E: Division E was shown alongside Raw 7, Urban Republic and Tavik Swimwear, all of which embody the Los Angeles lifestyle.
Eduardo Lucero: Eduardo Lucero’s Latin influence shone elegantly in an all-black collection of embellished feminine dresses.
Femme Noir by Phong Hong: Phong Hong showed a pretty collection of rose-colored silk chiffon cocktail dresses that had a good girl versus bad girl vibe.
Fernanda Carneiro: Known for her seaming and colorblocking, Fernanda Carneiro showed a feminine and flirty collection of short day-to-evening dresses.
Fremont: A playful collection of slim men’s linen shorts suits and silk rompers, capris and printed frocks for women.
Future Heretics: Street-smart denim and leathers were inspired by post-apocalyptic surfers with a penchant for high-waisted skirts, distressed trenches and biker leggings.
Kevan Hall: Kevan Hall showed a red carpet-worthy lineup of silk and satin gowns in a soft sherbet palette.
Krys ‘N’ Jack: Craftsmanship and carpentry were behind Krysta Henry and Jacquetta O’Dell’s fun, inventive, but not particularly wearable collection.
Lauren Elaine Black Label: Lauren Elaine imagined Empress Josephine on a journey to India with a trunk full of Empire-waist tea and cocktail dresses.
Leyendecker: Jessica Moss and Lisa Guajardo showed a tribal tribute with loose, easy pieces accentuated with fringing, knots, beads and cutouts.
Louver by Louis Verdad: With a nautical undertone in a palette of cream, navy and gold, Louver by Louis Verdad’s collection was about empowering the female form.
Maxine Dillon: New England classics intersected with California cool in a concise collection which combined preppy pieces with flirty feather-print tops and jumpers.
MartinMartin: Diane Moss-Martin and Eric Martin’s Goth-inspired collection featured loosely tucked and tailored separates that had a “Night of the Living Dead” aura.
MG Black Label: Erik Hart cut sharply tailored classics with a post-industrial edge, as seen in wax-coated trenches and wool moto jackets.
Mike Vensel: What would have been another basic collection of silk and cotton jersey dresses, T-shirts and miniskirts was elevated by black feather embellishments.
Odilon: Stacey Clark created a cohesive collection of archeology- and military-inspired separates and body-conscious dresses
Raw 7: Raw 7 was shown alongside Division E, Urban Republic and Tavik Swimwear, all of which embody the Los Angeles lifestyle.
Rory Beca: Rory Edelman presented a youthful day-to-night wardrobe, which transitioned from chambray vests and rompers to metallic jacquard tanks and pink organza miniskirts.
Skingraft: Designers Jonny Cota and Katie Kay refined their signature leather armor motif to create a lineup of body-conscious vests, jackets and pants.
Sue Wong: Sue Wong’s collection was an ode to Twenties art nouveau with an expected but pleasant lineup of eclectic bohemian flapper gowns.
Tavik Swimwear: The edgy swimwear line shared the runway with fellow Los Angeles lifestyle brands Division E, Raw 7 and Urban Republic.
Urban Republic: The line was shown alongside Raw 7, Division E and Tavik Swimwear, all of which embody the Los Angeles lifestyle.
Ximena Valero: Ximena Valero’s artful draping and twisting transformed jewel-toned jersey into sinuous, sexy gowns and chic jumpsuits.