Fred Segal Street hosted a fashion show to celebrate their number one selling line, Monarchy Collection.
An Eco-Fashion Week where 28 designers celebrated environmental responsibility through chic, stylish, and eco-conscience couture.
Kami Shade hosted Shop Til You Drop at the Hollywood Renaissance Hotel on Saturday, July 23rd with some of the hottest up and coming designers in the fashion world...
For summer, Annatarian transforms women into whimsical woodland nymphs without endangering our environment.
Think pink, fun, and flirty! Underglam Lingerie is for the girls who like to play both naughty and nice!
Aston's Nightware presents "Where Rock Meets Glam" at the Basque Night Club in Hollywood. Day-glo accessories and lace panties....count me in!
To shop for the hottest original and trendy clothes, the Celebrity Center, in Hollywood on Saturday, May 20, was the place to be.
Introducing Laylagirl 2006 Spring/Summer Collection for Men and Women
Meghan Fabulous shows that James Blonde girls are sultry and stylish with a fall 2006 collection made of bohemian fluid fabrics and a mix of bright and basic color.
Replay and Southern California Hipster Brandon Davis collaborate to create Replays newest line of high end jeans.
Vlassis Holevas and a cindrella-like evening at the 2006 Night of a Hundred Stars.
A perfected collection came strutting down the catwalk to a mix of urban beats that pumped the crowd with electric vibrations.
Witnessing Sue Wongs vision is like being whisked away to a far off land of elegance and bliss. Her cornucopias of dresses and separates have drawn us in to her world forever.
Spring season appears, and Junko Yoshioka reveals her new Spring Summer collection.
What Makes Levis Different than Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein?
Karl Giant gave a brush of imagination to the Spring 2006 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Los Angeles.
Latin Factory and Mantra Media, played host to the ultimate pre-Latin Grammy, celebrity headquarters, the Suites de las Estrellas (Celebrity Suites) at Le Meridien Hotel.
For the first time showcasing his collection in L.A., it is almost unimaginable to comprehend how we have gone this long without his presence.
Lesa Amoore and other trendsetters lend a hand with Katrina Campus Relief by outfitting student evacuees in Westwood.
Ya Ya Spring 2006 brings eloquence like no other brand this season. Based in downtown Los Angeles, this young designer is one to keep your eye on and checkbook out for.