By  on November 10, 2015

Brian Wolk and Claude Morais presented their second Wolk Morais collection Monday night at French Market Café in West Hollywood. The duo, who founded Ruffian in Brooklyn and moved to Los Angeles 18 months ago to start Wolk Morais, elected to present out of the regular fashion week cycle because their line is seasonless.

“You can wear our clothes year-round,” said Wolk of the Fifties café society-inspired denim dresses and ballskirts, paired with lame cocktail dresses and digitally printed denim, hoodies and T-shirts. The palette was inspired by the colors of Los Angeles’ flora and fauna, and also paid tribute to its history with denim.

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