Having attended three straight days of L.A. Fashion Weekend at Sunset Gower Studios, all 11 collections showcased were casual chic looks. Up until yesterday, we were presented with dresses galore courtesy of Lauren Elaine’s Black Label collection. From party dresses that exuded rocker-chick chic, to special occasion gowns fit for awards shows or pageants, Lauren Elaine’s show presented no shortage of intricately designed dresses. A few familiar famous faces in the audience included E! Entertainment’s “Pretty Wild,” stars Alexis Neiers, Gabby Neiers, Tess Taylor and their mother and former international fashion model, Andrea Arlington.
|L to R: Alexis, Tess and Gabby|
Before the fashion show, attendees enjoyed cocktail hour (the jalapeno martinis were interesting), presented by Bacardi Premium Label. Girls with balloons wandered the venue with raffle tickets for a silent charity auction benefiting the Art of Elysium.
Once the show was underway, sequins, greys and blacks graced the runway for the first portion of the “The Art of Fashion” Black Label Couture show. Notable looks from the show included the following:
Now, if you’re going more formal, we found these dresses to be stylish and refined.
And what better way to present the final dress than with a motorcycle entrance:
|Designer Lauren Elaine in red|
Check out the attendees from the event, who were dressed as fashionable as the models on the runway.
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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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