The Los Angeles Fashion Week Spring 2012 Collections have just wrapped and here’s a look at some of the week’s most memorable shows.
Former model Valeri Probega showed a gritty, black and white collection, all of which included hand-painted details.
S&G went in a similarly gritty direction, but with a caveman tinge and ripped, underwear-exposing garments.
Nuvula’s Rebeca Victoria opted for color and sculptural looks that, while not always the most wearable, made for a series of interesting dresses crafted out of bamboo.
Similarly bright, though infinitely more wearable, were Emily Factor’s boho creations with prints inspired by photographs of plants taken by the designer.
Feathers added visual interest to Bryan Hearns’ wearable lineup.
Alana Hale worked in pops of bright color and leopard print to liven up her collection of classic separates and dresses.
Mike Vensel went the more traditional eco-friendly route with a streamlined, minimalist collection of dresses made from organic cotton, bamboo, recycled leather, and overstock silk.
When it came to glamour, however, Thai Nguyen took the cake with her Spring 2012 collection rife with fringe, fluttering pieces of fabric, and a running fan motif that added an Asian flare.