| December 17, 2015
Fashion, music and philanthropy converged at the 2nd annual Runway Wonderland event on Dec. 10 at Hubble Studio in Los Angeles.
The people and events that made the news in 2015.
The Los Angeles Fashion Week scene is typically an ever-shifting landscape, and this year proved no different with new players, new partnerships and a few no-shows.
Evening gowns with denim, floral jacquard bra tops, mesh neoprene. These were a few looks from the Wolk Morais label’s Collection 2. A runway show for the brand took place on Nov. 9 in West Hollywood, Calif.
Los Angeles Fashion Week: It's A Wrap!
Los Angeles Fashion Week
Store buyers packed the Fashion Theater in the California Market Center to see the semiannual trend show presented by buying office Directives West.
Los Angeles Fashion Week Spring 2016 began on Oct. 5
Sue Wong opened Los Angeles Fashion Week with her Oct. 5 runway show at Art Hearts Fashion at the Taglyan Complex in Hollywood.
Los Angeles Fashion Week events kick off on Oct. 4 and run through Oct. 18 with a lineup that includes 73 events featuring about 100 designers.
California brands and designers were among the lineup showing Spring 2016 collections at New York Fashion Week.
Max and Lubov Azria presented the Resort '16 collections for BCBGMaxAzria and Herve Leger on the Runway in L.A at the Samuel Freeman Gallery in Los Angeles.
The swimwear runway and trade shows kicked off in Miami Beach.
Designer and “Project Runway” contestant Korto Momolu was among the designers featured at the Style Africa Gala and Runway Show, held June 20 at the California Market Center in Los Angeles.
The California dream of tearing down convention and crafting an independent ethos is a serious goal and inspiration for designers Brian Wolk and Claude Morais.
For this collection, Rich used dye-sublimation printing to incorporate original art and photography in his made-in-America designs.