The Sche Report was all over LA on Friday night, hitting all the best parties in town for Fashion Night Out. This year, Los Angeles really stepped it up with stores hosting events all throughout the city. From Venice to Downtown, festivities were alive everywhere and the fashion set put on their best Fall looks to kick off the season.
The night started at The Grove where our Editor, Margaret Sche, presented the season’s Top 10 trends to an audience of VIP shoppers and bloggers. With help from Barney’s New York and Theodore of Beverly Hills, the best pieces of the season from Ann Demeulemeester, Haider Ackermann, Phillip Lim, Marc Jacobs and Alexander Wang were showcased on mannequins to portray all of the “must have’s” for the Fall season that were listed on The Sche Report. Thank you to Fashion Los Angeles and the Blogger’s Cafe for putting this event together.
The Sche Report hit up all the best parties including Opening Ceremony, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Fred Segal, Y3, Kill City, Diavolina, Madison, Marc by Marc Jacobs and Decades. Great style was seen in some spots….other spots were pretty lacking in originality.
The best style and party of the night of course came from Opening Ceremony who always brings the coolest kids out to their parking lot festivities. This time around, they had vendors set up goods out from vintage cars that were parked in the lot. With a flea market theme, rugs were layed on the ground and clothes were spread out on racks and in the trunks of cars. Pretty cool idea…we LOVE Opening Ceremony here at The Sche Report as they are always ahead of the curve and unique. Here are some shots below of the parking lot and of some fantastic stylings.
Gia Bahm of Unearthen was onsite with her Indian dyes and crystals displayed for customer’s to create their own bespoke crystal necklaces. Her display was fantastic, see below.
Outside in the parking lot, LA’s unique style was on display as seen in some of the finest looks of the night:
After Opening Ceremony, The Sche Report headed to 3.1 Phillip Lim on Robertson where they had food trucks set up and partygoers were spread out to the street and in their back patio. Check out some stylings below.
Then a stop by at Madison and Diavolina to check out Taylor Jacobson’s new denim line (who is starting a new denim line these days??????):
Then after a quick pass through Beverly Hills (boring) and the rest of Robertson (cliche’), we headed over to Melrose to hit up Fred Segal, Y3, Marc Jacobs and Kill City. Here are the highlights:
The night ended with a quick walk thru Kill City and Fred Segal where we spotted just a few interesting things…
All in all, the night was a success and the most effort we have seen Los Angeles put forward for Fashion in quite sometime. We hope that this effort continues and that we see some exciting stuff come LA Fashion week next month.