L.A. Fashion Week Set for April With New Owner

L.A. Fashion Week at the Petersen Automotive Museum, returning April 1, is hoping for an even bigger future with new owner N4XT Experiences.

The global tech and events company launched in 2022 by former Fenty chief creative officer Ciarra Pardo, Spring Place president and co-founder Imad Izemrane, and entertainment and finance veterans Marcus Ticotin, Keith Abell and Jackie Trebilcock has purchased the event for an undisclosed sum.

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“With the N4XT Experiences team behind us, we believe LAFW is poised to become a major global fashion week, as Los Angeles continues its evolution into a fashion powerhouse,” said Arthur Chipman, who has produced the mix of in-season and preview-season runway shows over several days each October and April since 2018 at the Petersen Automotive Museum among the vintage cars and on its expansive roof deck.

The new stakeholders are betting on tech, off-runway events and buzzy designers to

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These 7 fashion trends are set to take 2022 by storm

Pleats, knits, pearls and vests are trending in 2022 fashion and style.

Pleats, knits, pearls and vests are trending in 2022 fashion and style.

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While we’ve been lying on our couches, embracing that pandemic-induced 24/7 sweatpants life, designers are taking an optimistic approach for fashion’s future. Lifting us out of our comfy rut, this year’s wardrobe refresh is a blend of nostalgic looks and elevated basics.

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To help with the revival of your closet, we asked a few style experts for their top fashion trends for 2022. What you can look forward includes pleated maxi skirts, explosions of joyful colors, clean-cut collegiate styles and iridescent pearls that remind you the world is your oyster, even if your

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Styles of Imagination fashion show set for NBA All-Star Weekend

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Styles of Imagination fashion show is scheduled to take place during NBA All-Star Weekend.

The event is 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 19. NBA All-Star events take place Feb. 18-20, with the game on Sunday, Feb. 20.

The show – hosted by veteran Cleveland fashion designer Diane Linston – is set to take place at Embassy Suites, 3775 Park East Dr., Beachwood.

Emcee is scheduled to be radio personality Rickey Smiley.

Linston – who owns boutiques in Cleveland and Beachwood – is bringing in more than a dozen designers from all over the world to showcase their collections. From Atlanta to Africa and many from Cleveland, designers cover a range of locations and styles, including:

• Jonathan Anderson, Puerto Rico

• Hiari Strong, Atlanta

• Willette Battle, Huntsville, Alabama

• Theresa Jones, Milwaukee

• Kayla Wright, Visions of Drama

• Natural Roots Collection

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Why the Fashion Set Is Going All-In on Designing for Home

“We’re applying the same skill set of fashion to furniture design,” Oliver says, “There are different logistics to shipping a dining table than a blouse, but 12 years of operations has us troubleshooting every possible outcome.”

Beverly Nguyen standing in her shop inside the Nordstrom flagship in New York City.

Photo: Sean Davidson

Arjé is only one of many fashion industry alums flexing their style sense into the home. Beverly Nguyen, the founder of Beverly’s, now parlays years of styling Hollywood clients for the red carpet into running homeware shops at Rockefeller Center and the recently-opened Nordstrom Home in New York City. “I coordinate editorial shoots with 900 pieces for a 10-page story,” she says. “That’s a time-management skill I use to switch modes into home shipping, sourcing, and delegating.” Like the Corrals, Nguyen emphasizes her world of fashion coexists with and depends upon the spaces she curates. But

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