LAFW Reaches New Levels of Fashion Engineering at Project Ethos Show

LA Fashion Week is back and better than ever before. Project Ethos hosted a spectacular runway show at the Avalon Hollywood featuring LA’s top-tier designers and their latest collections. Once inside the nightclub you immediately notice the numerous amounts of canvas artwork and life-like sculptures on display, courtesy of LA’s LAB Art Gallery. Artists such as Thank You X, who is currently featured at the LAB Art Gallery, Hunter Nesbit and sculpture Eddie Sparr were just a few of the artists showcased at the Project Ethos Runway Show.

Ermelinda Manos kicked off the first runway show of the evening. A native of Athens, Greece, this designer’s combination of evening and casual garments are fitted to accentuate the divine shape of the female body.

Another collection sashaying down the runway was Wen Guo for Boditecture. True fashion engineering at its finest, this San Francisco-based designer creates convertible, architecture-inspired clothing of a distinct and sophisticated nature. The garments are meant to be worn in various styles for different occasions – they can be worn during the day and then easily transformed into eveningwear. Guo’s versatile apparel also includes convertible scarves specifically constructed to flatter the body.

The Edita Collection by Edita Bandaryan showcases elegant apparel for the sophisticated woman of the 21st century. It is the LA-based designer’s first collection which features sultry color combinations made from the finest silks, soft knits and woven fabrics.