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Los Angeles’ design output has broadened far beyond early Aughts denim and casualwear — though it still has that, too, plus cutting-edge men’s streetwear — to include red carpet brands, modern minimalists, resort lifestyle brands and more.

A sampling of L.A.-based designers and brands moving the market and beyond.

The red-carpet bold facers:

Tom Ford

Rodarte

Monique Lhuillier

Tadashi Shoji

Haney

Brock

Jeremy Scott

The Mod minimalists:

Rosetta Getty

Co

Zaid Affas

Jeana Sohn

Juan Carlos Obando

The arts n’ crafters:

Elder Statesman

Libertine

Greg Lauren

RE:LA by Katherine Ross

Jesse Kamm

The resort lifers:

Rhode

Staud

Rebecca de Ravenel

Cult Gaia

Le Superbe

James Perse

Trina Turk

Aviator Nation

Xirena

Reyn Spooner

The advanced contemporary set:

ALC

Equipment, Joie, Current Elliott

The Great

Vince

Anine Bing

Wolk Morais

Jonathan Simkhai

Simon Miller

Apolis

Jenni Kayne

Icons Objects of Devotion

Robert Rodriguez

The boho brigade:

Raquel Allegra

Doen

Natalie Martin

Heidi Merrick

For Love & Lemons

The street/rocker beats:

John Elliott

Amiri

Chrome Hearts

Fear of God

Enfant Riches Deprime

Stampd

Second/Layer

Rhude

Noon Goons

Laurel & Mulholland

Local Authority

The do-gooders:

Toms

Reformation

Everybody.World

Outerknown

Patagonia

Industry Standard

Los Angeles Apparel

Atelier & Repairs

Entireworld

The accessories stars:

Irene Neuwirth

Jennifer Meyer

Clare V

Garrett Leight

Sophie Buhai

Annie Costello Brown

Stance

Carbon and Hyde

Newbark

Hoorsenbuhs

Jacquie Aiche

Spinelli Kilcollin

Kendall Conrad

La Californienne

Gabriela Artigas

Daniela Villegas

Beatrice Valenzuela

Sonia Boyajian

George Esquivel

Tamara Mellon

Nick Fouquet

Celeb-fronted:

Yeezy

Goop

Draper James

Rachel Zoe

Denim/T-shirts:

Cotton Citizen

Mother

Frame

Universal Standard

Re/Done

Ayr

Madeworn