Day 2 of L.A. Fashion Weekend’s daytime show at Sunset Gower Studios drew a larger crowd compared to the previous night’s festivities. During the day, student-funded non-profit The Green Initiative Humanitarian Fashion Show featured eco-friendly lines by KeoK’jay, Jonano, Kristinit and Emily Factor.
Familiar famous faces in the audience include Bai Ling, Christina Milian, who performed the previous night and “Launch My Line” Season 1 contestant Vanessa Gonzalez.
|Vanessa Gonzalez of “Launch My Line”|
Kristinit hit the runway showcasing two toned dresses, one-piece jumpsuits and stylish blazers. Designer Kristina Lenss’ clothing is inspired by nature, history and art. The line uses organic fabrics, fair trade practices and local manufacturing. Lenss attended Wimbledone School of Art in London where she studied costume design.
Notable looks include the following:
For the full runway collection, view our slide show below:
KeoK’jay’s 24-year-old designer Rachel Faller, showcased neutral shades including cream, nudes, grays, black and a pop of color with bright orange accents.
KeoK’jay is a fair trade social enterprise that employs HIV-positive Cambodian women to make uniquely designed, environmentally friendly clothing. KeoK’jay designs are eco-friendly and lessen environmental impact by using materials which don’t add additional waste to the planet, being either naturally made in Cambodia or recycled.
Notable KeoK’jay designs are featured below:
For the full runway show, check out our slide show below:
Jonano graced the runway featuring nudes, greys with hints of color including teal, orange and plums. Jonano’s Scandinavian eco-designer Bonnie Siefers makes dresses, skirts, tunics and pants. Siefers has worked in Paris, Stockholm and L.A.
Notable looks are featured below:
For full runway coverage of Jonano, check out our slide show below:
Emily Factor brought vivid colors to the runway with whimsical designs, bold prints and flowy layers. The audience cheered as soon as the first outfit graced the runway.
Our favorite looks include the following:
For the entire collection, view our slide show below:
Attendees at the event were just as fashionable as the outfits on the runway. Party-goers dressed up wearing their best gear. Check out the hot crowd from Day 2 of L.A. Fashion Weekend:
Party photos are also available on Disarray Magazine’s Facebook Fan Page!
Were you at this event? Let us know what you thought in the comments section!
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All photos by Markus Biegel
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Formerly an editor and writer at Citysearch, The Examiner, LA Youth Newspaper and proofreader at The Los Angeles Daily News, Christy Buena decided to start Disarray Magazine because she missed writing what she wanted. From hiring writers, to contacting publicists and making assignments, Christy is responsible for the editorial strategy of Disarray Magazine.
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