Saturday, October 21, 2006

L.A. Fashion Week Wrap Up

Ok so we never really UN-Wrapped the Los Angeles fashion week so we can't really wrap it up now can we. What we can do is give an ever so quick over view and excuse ourselves since we were behind a few dozen time zones still getting over the shock of Paris Fashion Week.

Source- FashionWireDaily

Ashley Paige
SHWEEENGG- can you say- bikini babes! Ms. Paige’s Missoni-esque printed bikinis, casu-cool floppy hats, and throw-over-your-suit boardwalk dresses with fun detailing will make packing for a day at the beach—well, a day at the beach.

Kevan Hall
Kevan’s thinking Oscar—in the award ceremony eveningwear and the Mr. de la Renta sense of the word (as if the two were mutually exclusive). Though he’s got a while to go before he reaches iconic dressmaker status, his simply elegant gowns and party dresses have the makings of classicism.

Kelly Nishimoto
Classic Asian art imagery of birds perched on branches spiced up simple satin dresses, while easy fit jersey gowns in sorbet shades with velvet belts and bows made dressing up casual. With floaty layers and flower prints in muted shades, femininity was washed out and relaxed.

Joy Han
Toy-printed crayon-colored satin dresses with heart buttons, linen romper dresses with big front pockets for coy hand-stuffing, and large enamel owl pins. A yellow satin kimono gown with black patent obi belt brought tradition up to date.

Yana K
Yana has fun with fashion, making detail-rich couture-ish dresses. Snow White dresses on Bo Peep-curled models; circus-y collars were clownish, meanwhile, as was the liberal use of color and goofy runway antics.

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