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While L.A.'s Fashion Week may not have as many extravagant bells and whistles as some of the other cities, we certainly know how to show up and make a statement! Just last Thursday some of L.A.'s best-dressed denizens came out to toast the city's brightest retailers, transforming the courtyard of Space 15 Twenty into a one-night-only bazaar, featuring booths from L.A. Vintage Exchange, What Goes Around Comes Around, Scout, Urban Outfitters, Live On Sunset, and more. Our super-stylish West Coast readers came to eat (yummy vegan goodies from I Heart Pies), drink (delish Honest Teas), and be merry (yep, tipsy shopping!). Not only was the evening a huge success in toasting our amazing local fashion community, but we also scored some rad street style snaps to prove Angelenos have got what it takes when it comes to turning out a damn good outfit!
Click through to discover what all our West Coast devotees wore!
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