Last Night I was invited to attend a group fashions show at The Libertine on Sunset Blvd in West Hollywood. The location seems like a nice lounge/bar you would want to visit as a west hollywood local, but as a location for a fashion show I think now. My critique on the location has nothing to do with the fashion but it bothered my that when the show was going on people were walking in between the models, I would beyond freak if it was my show. They had three or four designers show, I forget how many because the timing of it was all off. Below is a list of the people that showed, the design duo that stood out for me were the two designers for Btfl people [Beautiful People]. They have nice and simple women friendly designs that are combined with beautiful and vibrant prints. Hope to hear from these designers again and I have attached some photos I got from the LAfashion week website.
'RumpleMunkeh' by Rochelle Carino: 'Sparkle and Feathers and Pearls, Oh my!'- Comparing her late night sewing sessions to the fairy tale 'Rumplestiltskin' and combining that with her nickname of 'Monkey', designer Rochelle Carino launched her "RumpleMunkeh."
Galaxxxy: Chemical Candy (Japan) by, Hiromi Kishi- Influenced by 80's dance music and animation, the line incorporates pop lifestyle interests into wildly wearable art.
Cowgirl Heaven by, Houstina Summers: 'Summers in Cowgirl Heaven'- Considered to be the next 'Betsy Johnson'.
'Btfl People' by Art Hunter & Brandon Niquolas: 'Hunters and Prey'- For the girl who loves fashion, fine clothing, and is not afraid to take risks to stand out in the crowd.
DILLY DALLY by, Yusa Ishizuka– Inspired by femininity, and the beauty of nudes, Yusa Ishizuka, uses a soft palette of neutral textures and tones to her line this season.
ANU CUSTOM JEWELRY by Jeanne Bauer-Jeanne's collection combines timeless antique pieces with semi-precious stones, precious gems, and metals making "one of a kind" works of art.
Miss Wax Jewelry by Kylee Fauss- Influenced by our hip-hop heroes, trends, pop culture of the past, and a straight love for street culture.