LOS ANGELES — Fashion week here, which now stretches for several weeks, is trying to overcome an identity crisis.
Many in the industry thought Los Angeles Fashion Week would implode with the exit of event producer IMG a year ago after a five-year run, but organizers have been able to return to the original goal — shows featuring local designers, timed with the city’s two apparel markets, and staged in landmark venues in the garment district and in Hollywood.
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