Shay Todd's fall collection was in a word scrumptious!
Wine, celebrities, and ultra feminine rock and roll inspired couture...What more could you ask for?
Hip, Los Angeles-based label Naqada makes hip, ready-to-wear clothes for men and women.
Two up-and-coming Italian designers make their U.S. debut at Smashbox Studios during L.A.'s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
Innovative label Gaelyn and Cianfarani unveils its Fall 2005 collection at Fashion Week L.A.
The luxury eco by Linda Loudermilk Fall '05 Collection was inspired by the beautiful creatures found under the sea.
In a town where celebrity spotting is an integral part of everyday life, the spotting of Anna Wintour at the Carlos Rosario show was noteworthy
A mix of Eastern Geisha girls socializing in nightclubs inspired Maggie Barry for her collection at LAFW.
Suss's designs express major comfort with a truly huggable style!
Beeson's fashions inspire a glamorous feel to easy going modern styles.
Levinson Jewelers Displayed $7 Million in Oscar Jewels Including The ?Million Dollar Baby? Charm Bracelet
The Frankie B Spring 2005 collection is a funky fashion fiesta.
Iron Fashions with bold colorful statements will make you stand up and take notice.
Jenni Kayne unites country club fashion and nightclub fashion in holy matrimony.
Rachel Pally's Spring 2005 collection is fun, feminine and colorful!
Separated by only 10 miles from your typical Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week engagements at Smashbox Studios or Hotel Mondrian, the P. Ka Bu Fashion Series is an immersion in downtown style, closer to the creative heart of our fashion-conscious city.
If there were wanted posters for fashion design outlaws, Pegah Anvarian's poster would be included.
"Hello art lovers, stay right where you are." Thus began designer Paul Hardy's 2005 Spring/Summer Collection last week at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week here in Los Angeles.
Coco Kliks believes that couture is not just for beautiful gowns and dresses from upscale fashion houses, but couture can be expressed in something as simple as a t-shirt.
How low is too low? For Frankie B. designer Daniella Clarke, you can never go low enough when jean waistlines are concerned.