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Aeneas Erlking: Designer Aeneas Zhou Erlking showed 11 looks for resort 2015 in a collection called “Pretty In Punk.”
Alexis Monsanto: Alexis Monsanto channeled the Roman Empire with a collection that was both sporty and dressy.
Altaf Maaneshia: The designer returned to his favorite Forties-inspired dresses marked by extreme shoulders and nipped waists.
Clubwear: With the tag line “play well, look good,” this line of flashy casualwear took design cues from the golf course.
Colton Dane: For his sophomore outing, Dane sent out a sophisticated lineup of day-to-evening clothes for the working woman.
CM2K by Cheryl Koo: In yet another performance-art presentation, a perennial trend on the L.A. Fashion Week circuit, Cheryl Koo used professional dancers as models.
Dar Sara: Ballerinas by way of Bollywood informed Dar Sara Fashion’s inventive spring lineup.
Frances Caine: Husband-and-wife hipster duo Travis Caine and Katherine Kin are not just design partners, they also have a band called Von Haze.
Kinsman:Joanna Kinsman got wild with her Brazilian-cut bikinis done in fur, shearling, a dark-pink animal print and embossed leather.
Mike Vensel: Dark and sensual is par for the course for painter-designer Mike Vensel.
Odylyne The Ceremony: Stephanie Lampkin crafted loosely flowing gowns — all appealing to the bohemian walking down the aisle, whether on a red carpet or to her own wedding.
Pedram Couture: For his eveningwear label, Pedram Pasha Taheri fared best with his youthful interpretations of jumpsuits.
Quynh Paris: Quynh Nhu paid homage to nature with 3-D sculptures made of coconut shells, red leaves and other materials.
Rochelle Carino:Carino’s premise is simple, and her execution competent: feminine clothes that enable grown women to play dress-up.
Sania Josiah: cut vivid textiles inspired by her West African heritage into modern silhouettes.
Sauri: Designer Kyle Awtry worked fleece, Neoprene, pleather and irreverent slogans into an activewear-inspired collection that appeared somewhat haphazardly executed.
Skintone: Using only raw hand-woven cotton in ivory, this line of casual tank tops, sundresses and drawstring-waist skirts appeared comfortable but bland.
Stella Proseyn: Designer Debbie Talanian mixed metallic-enhanced silk and linen, mesh and marbleized prints to elevate basics that exuded a carefree vibe.
Sue Wong: The designer’s spring collection bore the influence of her infatuation with Art Deco and old Hollywood.
That’s Totally Fine by Rose La Grua: For her third collection, Rhode Island School of Design grad Rose La Grua stuck to her tenets of functional, convertible and comfortable clothes.
Walter Mendez: Inspired by the movie “Black Swan,” the designer’s gowns evolved from innocent white to Goth drama.
William Bradley: Referencing paintings from Picasso’s blue period, Brad Parnell turned out a playful and polished collection.