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Showing posts with label Los Angeles Fashion Week. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Los Angeles Fashion Week. Show all posts

Monday, August 25, 2014

Angela Dean Celebrity Fashion Designer to the Stars & Celebrated Talent.

©ourtesy of Windi Washington

Celebrity Designer Angela Dean is taking the world by storm. With critically-acclaimed designs & a loyal following of Hollywood’s top celebrities. This fashion powerhouse has evolved into one of the hottest names in the music and entertainment industry. Angela Dean is preparing to let the world know that she is indeed building a global empire.
After graduating from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising Angela, went directly into the industry designing for various fashion companies. One job she truly enjoyed was designing lingerie for a well-known boutique in Hollywood that specialized in high-end lingerie and evening gowns for the television and movie industry. In 1987, Angela created the original famous bullet bra bustier that launched Madonna’s outerwear lingerie look. The bustier look created a major fashion trend. Deanzign began in a small boutique in the eighties on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, California where Angela Dean sold her unique but timeless designs to entertainment heavyweights. As the music video craze exploded, requests for her star-worthy creations took off, leading Angela to close the store to provide full custom-design service to celebrities. Deanzign became a full-service studio to the entertainment industry. Angela Dean’s studio in Los Angeles, California is an exclusive environment that services the Who’s Who of Hollywood.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Fashion Gallery weekend show for LAFW Styles

©ourtesy of Natalie Alcala @ La.Racked.com

LA this past weekend, knocked out five of our 15 best LAFW events by attending Concept Fashion Week show at Ace Gallery. The two-day LA show was filled with experimental installations and runway shows that catered to the city’s sartorial game-changers, which made both the featured looks and invited guests equally entertaining to watch.The LA Chambers show kicked it all off on Friday night with their signature streetwear-meets-grunge menswear offerings. Just like our takeaway from their Gen Art show last year, we’re happy to report that the fashion brand is still doing an ace job in LA providing the average dude with foolproof options for everyday layering. Outerwear fashion was abundant and better than ever. Saturday’s line-up started with the Gypsy Junkies show, which had this ’90s boho thing going on. Think floral separates and ethereal gowns mixed with crushed velvet and corduroy pants. Next, we watched a flurry of inventive silhouettes march down the Laili Lau runway, complete with loosely draped dresses, lightweight fashion knits and harem pants that we wouldn’t mind mixing and matching this fall. Fittingly, we ended our Concept LA trip with two highly conceptual installations: Belle N. Matisse and Curly-V. BNM’s collection took the idea of strong shoulders to the next level by presenting a range of avant-garde looks that featured pointy shoulder pads. We likened the gray numbers to futuristic officewear. There was also a pair of pants with pointed knee caps and a sheer shirt with wings. Curly-V’s fashion display was by far the quirkiest of the bunch and felt like we stepped into a trippy ’60s film. Titled “Big Mouff,” the collection took a literal approach to the “tooth” in “houndstooth” by using teeth to form the iconic print. Jeremy Scott would approve this LA beat.
· Concept Fashion Week [Official Site]
· Best Shows and Parties to Hit During LA Fashion Week [Racked]
· Meet Real Housewife Adrienne Maloof at Ace Gallery Tomorrow [Racked]

Los Angeles Fashion Week set to kick off Thursday

Los Angeles Fashion Week's 10-day schedule kicks off with a pair of charity cocktail party / fashion shows on March 8, and wraps up on March 18 with L.A. Fashion Weekend at Sunset Gower Studios. Labels set to show their fall and winter 2012 collections are local brands Stop Staring! and Skingraft 
Photos: Runway looks from Style Fashion Week’s Gen Art Fresh Faces showcase in October 2011 included, from left, Odylyne, Funktional and Chambers. Credit: Luis Sinco / ©Los Angeles Times
Paris Fall 2012 ready-to-wear (RTW) shows now over, it’s time to bring the fashion focus a bit closer to home. Following are some of the noteworthy scheduled events of Los Angeles’ 10-day Fashion “Week Shows,” which begins Thursday, March 8, 2012:
“Attire to Inspire,” a Thursday evening cocktail party, fashion shows and silent auction fundraiser for BREATHE LA (a nonprofit focusing on lung health and air quality) is set to include Moods of Norway, Yotam Solomon and eco-contemporary label VBN. It is open to the ticket-buying public at the Conga Room in downtown Los Angeles. Cocktails will kick off at 6:30 p.m. followed by an 8 p.m. fashion shows. Attire to Inspire, Conga Room at L.A. Live, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., $125 tickets available at attiretoinspire.eventbrite.com Read more…