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The Best of LA Fashion Week | Highlights You May like

LA Fashion Week has come and gone, but the memories of the amazing fashion we saw on the runway will last a lifetime! Here are some of our favorite highlights from this year's event.



Brands that Participated and Amazed the Audience: Highlights

This year's LA Fashion Week was jam-packed with amazing brands and designers, both established and up-and-coming. Some of our favorites include:

AnOnlyChild

AnOnlyChild, on Thursday, 6 October, at 8 pm, steals the show with their amazing collection. Their unique designs by Maxwell Osborne make them a brand to keep an eye on! They used the deadstock clothes and upcycled them into beautiful new creations.


Xiao Fen Couture

Xiao Fen Couture on Friday, 10/7, at 11 am, at Light House Immersive, also caught our attention with its ethereal and otherworldly designs. The collection was inspired by the ocean and featured flowing fabrics and beautiful mermaid-like gowns.


Chris Nick

On Friday, 10/7 12 pm, at Light House Immersive, Chris Nick presented his latest collection by Asian Journal Group & Tech Edge Solutions. His designs are modern and sleek, with a touch of vintage glamour. We loved the use of simplicity in his pieces!


Francis Libiran


On Friday, 10/7 4 pm, Francis Libiran was presented his latest collection by Asian Journal Group & Tech Edge Solutions. His designs are always so glamorous and elegant, and this collection was no different. We loved the use of his uniqueness in his pieces!


Avel Bacudio

On Friday, 10/7 5 pm, Avel Bacudio was presented his latest collection by Asian Journal Group & Tech Edge Solutions. The designs amazed the audience with their beauty and elegance. We loved the use of color in his pieces!


Gypsy Sport

On Friday, 10/8 4 pm, Gypsy Sport also amazed the audience with their designs and models. The collection was inspired by Chicano Culture for Spring/Summer. We loved the use of bold colors and patterns in their pieces!


Revice Denim

On Friday, 10/8 5 pm, Revice Denim was awarded for their sustainability efforts using deadstock, upcycled and organic cotton fabrics. The collection was made in downtown Los Angeles and featured vintage-inspired denim pieces. We loved the commitment to diversity in their workplace and domestic production!


Sami Miro Vintage

Sami Miro Vintage is the brand that uses the upcycled vintage Levi. Sami Miro Vintage is a contemporary women's fashion and lifestyle brand based in Los Angeles, CA, created by designer and founder Sami Miro. The brand's aesthetic is a modern take on classic vintage styles mixed with current trends. The brand comes with a mesh bodysuit with patchwork over the bust, which is praised by everyone at the show.


It was an amazing experience going to LA Fashion Week and seeing all the amazing collections from both established and upcoming designers. We loved the use of creativity, simplicity, and elegance in their designs, and we can't wait to see more from them in the future!

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