#LAFW 2018 Day 1

Bravo Art Hearts Fashion!
This years runway for Los Angeles Fashion Week is on fire !!!!!!
Day one started off brilliantly with designs from Michael Costello’s opening the runway extravaganza and it fell nothing short of everything letter in the word- Extravagant! Bold, bright and possibly even trivial blends of colors of colors fabulously stitched together with care and creativity, fitting each model walking down the runway to a T! I was taken aback!
After a few cocktails and giggles, we jumped right back into gear and fired off the 8 pm show with Nathalia Gaviria! What an opening to begin shutting the f——ing night down!
From the stitching to the styling, Nathalia darling you HAVE IT! Flowing garments for men and women, these models served ‘Game of Thrones’ meets ‘Braveheart’ in the most modern, chic, fashionable way possible! Handcrafted face pieces, to the side arm armor.
Nathalia Gaviria
Following shortly after George Styler, His designs brightened up the runway midway with upbeat tones and if I’m not mistaken, Disney inspired pieces! From Minnie Mouse to Maleficent – couture! These fashions came through slaying, Beaded braids, fun, and playful headpieces, Styler brought his A-game!
George Styler

Shutting the house down, the woman of the hour, Candice Cuoco! Wow! These seductive vintage-inspired, leather garments were a huge hit! No wonder that they saved the best for last. Being A Project Runway Finalist (2015), “this isnt her first time at the Rodeo!” Cuoco has been featured on runways in Paris, London, New York and every major fashion magazine outlet, not to mention has dressed many celebrity clientele.

Candice Cuico
So far day one has been a blast! A huge step up from last year. The models have it all the way together, their walks were stronger, looks were fiercer and intense. The organization of the event as a whole has really stepped up from the last time we at A Valid Review covered Art Hearts Fashion. Day two, we’re so R E A D Y!
Stay tuned!
-DotsEye
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