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L.A. Street Fashion: Best Outfits of L.A. Fashion Week

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Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 7:00 AM
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Yup, it's that time of the year where every major fashion city indulges in sartorial splendor, and L.A. was definitely not exempt. These last two weeks have been a whirlwind of trunk shows, runway shows and after-parties filled with L.A.'s taste makers, movers and shakers eager to see what's next for Fall/Winter 2013.

This week I've rounded up the best outfits from fashion week from several events: the Skingraft x Android Homme x FourTwoFour on Fairfax party at The Standard, Dripped Fashion Soiree & Trunk Show and Zalez Studio's F/W13 runway show "Z Dimension." What's great about L.A. style is that it isn't singular and monotonous -- rather, it's completely eclectic, challenging and ever-changing. Click through to get inspired.

click to enlarge ELISE MONTECASTRO
  • Elise Montecastro

Check out that amazing embroidered gold chain detail on wardrobe stylist Eric Burns' blazer. I especially like how he kept the gold theme going with his choice of neck gear. To the right is Ferris Mason, also a wardrobe stylist, and a vintage clothing seller. She kept her look clean and boldly understated with simple disk earrings and that cute bindi on her forehead.

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