Three Designers To Know From LA Fashion Week

Three Designers To Know From LA Fashion Week

更新日 2017年10月11日

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Three Designers To Know From LA Fashion Week

Fashion Week returned to Los Angeles for its fifth season on Wednesday night, picking up where Paris Fashion Week left off. Over five consecutive evenings, catwalk shows were held one after another in a glorious, high-ceilinged ballroom in downtown’s historic Alexandria Hotel.Like many fashion weeks outside the big four - New York, London, Milanand Paris - LA Fashion Week is still finding its footing. The schedule lacks a major hometown label. Influencers and street style notables weren’t in attendance. The front row included more “friends of the designer” than celebrities. And for all the fashion-related buzz Los Angeles has received this year - with Tommy Hilfiger, Rebecca Minkoff and Rachel Comey skipping New York Fashion Week in February to show in LA - these designers still followed the NYFW calendar instead of showing at LAFW.To become a must-see for international buyers and press, LAFW needs to both court the big names - homegrown label Rodarte would be a start - and the best emerging talent. LAFW is already showing progress on the latter front. Indeed, we saw several promising young designers that, though commercially unestablished, have already attracted some major celebrity fans. Here were the three who caught our attention this season.


Marie Burlot and Jimmy Paul Rinsum, the Amsterdam-based design duo behind MaryMe-JimmyPaul, were probably the most well-known designers at LAFW. Their avant-garde pieces are often seen on Rihanna, Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga.

Their new collection wasn’t about pop princesses, however. It was drawn from the hobbies of housewives in the Fifties and Sixties – with a twist, of course.

A needlepoint canvas was sewn into a plastic dress. A macramé jacket was paired with matching wide-leg pants that swayed back and forth on the model. “We tried to do it in such a way that it becomes a new form of art,” Rinsum told Vogue. “It is that border between arts and crafts.”

Many of the pieces were also made using cheap plastic dry-cleaning bags. There was a shower curtain-inspired dress (hooks included), baggy transparent leggings and a long pastel ombré coat with matching trousers and tote bag that Burlot joked were made out of “real unicorn hair.”

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