Rock & Republic
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L.A. Fashion Week 2006

Rock & Republic
Rock & Republic: The pristine jacket with the silver Rock & Republic logo includes the symbol of the season, the skull. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Rock & Republic
Rock & Republic: Premium denim label Rock & Republic launched an upscale new collection at a black-tie party Monday at Sony Studios. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Buffalo
Buffalo: Elaborate pocket detailing makes these jeans deluxe. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Antik Denim
Antik Denim: Antik Denim’s pants represent a new, ultra-thin silhouette that’s galvanizing fashion, giving denim designers hope that they haven’t exhausted the creative uses for distressing, patching and dyeing. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Buffalo
Buffalo: The line from Montreal-based Buffalo had denim at its foundation but also included enough sly takes on current trends to mix well on store sales floors. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Antik Denim
Antik Denim: The look for Fall is reed-thin and rockin’. (Beatrice de Gea / LAT)
Antik Denim
Antik Denim: Polished rock ‘n’ roll radiates through Antik Denim’s Fall collection. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Antik Denim
Antik Denim: The Antik Denim collection on display at Smashbox Studios in Culver City also offered lots of tricked-up pieces to go with that closet full of jeans. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Jennifer Nicholson
Jennifer Nicholson: A fur-trimmed coat over slim leggings had a futuristic Dr. Zhivago feeling on the runway at Jennifer Nicholson. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Jennifer Nicholson
Jennifer Nicholson: Slim black pants were offered under a feminine blouse loaded with frills. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Anthony Franco
Anthony Franco: Debut collection featured an iPod holster. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Kelly Nishimoto
Kelly Nishimoto: Red satin and princess sleeves give new meaning to a button-up shirtdress at Kelly Nishimoto. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Kelly Nishimoto
Kelly Nishimoto: Schoolgirl styling with a patina of chic at Kelly Nishimoto. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Anthony Franco
Anthony Franco: A chocolate brown organza gown with streamlined embroidery from Anthony Franco. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Sue Wong
Sue Wong: The designer loves her headgear, plunking parasols atop some models to be worn as hats. She revisited international themes as she seeks to expand her markets. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Agent Provocateur
Agent Provocateur: This model vamps up the heat in a leopard-skin print bikini from Agent Provocateur’s Fall collection. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Agent Provocateur
Agent Provocateur’s sexy lingerie set, complete with white satin gloves and a floor-sweeping veil, is for the bride who has everything. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Kara Saun
Classic red satin and princess sleeves give Kara Saun’s sleek evening gown an Old Hollywood look. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Kara Saun
Kara Saun: Pleated layers fall like rose petals. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Elsie Katz
Elsie Katz Couture pairs a fur cap-sleeved shell with a richly printed hourglass skirt. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Morphine Generation
Morphine Generation: A thigh-length sweater, by Morphine Generation, blends punk rock aesthetic with clean, symmetrical lines. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
Morphine Generation
Morphine Generation’s jeans-and-polo-shirt ensemble vibes preppie-chic with attitude. (Béatrice de Géa / LAT)
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