The Project Ethos Love Sick event at the Music Box turned out to be the hot spot Friday night attracting thousands of Angelinos for a night of fashion, live music and art installations. The event featured 10 fashion lines, 80 models, two live music acts, 12 visual artists and five fashion vendors. Project Runway’s alumnus Nick Verreos hosted the show and christened the catwalk by sashaying down the runway before introducing the musical act of the night, Miguel. After the musical performance, designer styles debuted on the runway.
Check out our full coverage of the runway show:
Miguel performing live:
Thyme Francis (Alma Lee Clothing) was the first designer of the night showcasing edgy dresses.Notable looks include:
Next up on the runway was the Cardi Wrap by Kymaro. Models walked out wearing a wrap that can be transformed into over 60 styles. Notable looks include:
B. Vika, designed by Valerie Y. Mamane and Ambika Sanjana, featured intricately designed hoodies and swim suits inspired by east India and Moroccan influences.
Up next was Nicholas Tarr Designs, which featured hand painted T-shirts.
Janean Johnson (JaJo Couture) graced the runway with flowing dresses and the notable outfit of the night was the zebra dress.
Katie Struve (Katorey Swim) was next on the runway and displayed sexy bikinis in bold colors.
Roshena Chadha (Roshena Chadha Designs and hardKAUR), showcased two lines on the catwalk. The first line sent shiny dresses down the runway.
The second line by Chadha, hardKAUR, featured everyday casual wear – hoodies, track suits and T-shirts.
The next line was from Shant Der Ashodian (ARKA Clothing), which featured graphic tees with thought provoking designs.
Ermelinda Manos debuted a collection of beautiful dresses. Notables are pictured below:
Project Runway contestant Anna Lynett, featured dresses with wood grain prints, clever folds and attention to symmetry.
A few vendors featured on the runway offered jewelry and clothing upstairs. Check out the slide show coverage:
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