Melissa Velia returned to Project Ethos debuting her Fall 2012 Collection during Los Angeles Fashion Week this past Tuesday. Her line kicked off with hip-hop dance choreography by Joanna Baca. After the performance, models graced the catwalk wearing sheer, light fabrics with intrinsic designs. The runway was hit with a pop of color as We saw bright reds, royal blues, shimmering golds and multi-colored fabrics.
We saw pieces that reminded us of the vintage era. Each design hugged feminine curves and accentuated the female silhouette.
Our favorite looks from the night are pictured below. Coverage sponsored by Guardian Printing:
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All photos by Markus Biegel for Disarray Magazine
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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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