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When Project Ethos set out, they wanted to build a platform to bring emerging fashion designers, artists and musicians "to the people." Art was too expensive, high fashion was too inaccessible, and what evolved became one of the more lively, even wild, entertainment showcases of LA Fashion Week, and its eighth iteration with Tuesday night's "The Fate of Fashion, Music and Art" sponsored by LAWeekly, Sebastian Professional (for all the hair product), TNT Agency stylists, and the Fashion Law Group, proved no different. Designers like Traver Rains (T. Rains), Daniel Bohbot (Hale Bob), Michael Costello, Andrew Christian, Maor Luz (Maor Apparel), Michael Kuluva (Tumbler and Tipsy), Siann Marlowe (The Ras Collection), and Deanna Richmond (Deandri) showcased daring new looks on models including Rico the Zombie, Simon Sherry Wood ("Real World Paris"), Kiara Belen ("America’s Next Top Model"), Caridee English ("America’s Next Top Model"), and Lily Galichi ("Shahs of Sunset"). Attendees were also treated to a rousing dance show choreographed by Tricia Miranda and a performance by indie pop band Fire in the Hampton.
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