Daniella Pette showcased her classic inspired Fall 2012 collection at Project Ethos during Los Angeles Fashion Week this past Tuesday. Models graced the catwalk wearing dresses, rompers and designs reminiscent of the 50s and 60s era. We saw floral prints, polka dots, checkers and feminine silhouettes sure to make females of any size feel sexy.
Pettee is known for designing dresses from recycled fabrics, hand dyed garments, and pockets in dresses.
Our favorite looks from the night are pictured below:
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Check out our past Project Ethos coverage:
Live Review: Project Ethos at L.A. Fashion Week (Part 1)
L.A. Fashion Week Recap: Project Ethos (Part 2)
Live Review: Project ETHOS Love Sick @ Music Box
Project ETHOS Heats Up L.A. Fashion Week
Interview with Project Runway Season 7 Alumn Jesus Estrada
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