LOS ANGELES — L.A.’s weekend fashion moment: Was it just a blip on the radar or did it mark a sea change?
There was nary a consensus as to what Los Angeles means to the fashion world as day two of Made L.A.’s premiere wound down Saturday at the L.A. Live Event Deck in downtown. The celebrity-fueled environment accompanying Friday’s colorful Moschino runway show and Jeremy Scott-hosted after party gave way to a crowd donning streetwear-inspired looks and hipster garb for the Hood By Air and Golf Wang presentations.
“We set out to create a fashion event in L.A. that is ultimately authentic to the fashion culture here…music, art, pop culture. Between Moschino, Golf Wang, MAC and Ford Fusion, we had a unique mix of shows, content and brand activations,” said Barnett Zitron, Made’s managing director, who confirmed that the event would return. “Next year’s event will reflect what’s relevant from the fashion and entertainment perspectives next year. The basic structure of tentpole shows plus The Stores will stay the same, and the cast of designers will evolve like it does during Made Fashion Week in NYC.”
If celebrity is any indication of viability, then the sold-out event was a success, attracting Katy Perry, Kanye West, Kendall Jenner, Christina
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