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LA Fashion Market Finds | Day 2:: By Lilla

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I was really excited to discover hair accessory line By Lilla. Their motto is “Rebel against the black elastic,” and looking at the collection, it’s easy to see they have done just that! Colette Feldman, Natalia Storm and Michelle Possin are the design team behind the 5 year old multifunctional line of handmade leather bracelets and elastic hair bands that double as necklaces and bracelets. These accessories not only look good, but serve a purpose. With numerous styles to choose from, the line offers everything from braided, lace and floral styles to edgy studded and animal printed leather. By Lilla retails from $10-$70, and can be found at Shop Kitson, Free People and Anthropologie. For more information click here.

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LA Fashion Market Finds | Day 1:: Shibori-Ya Kahei

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Shibori-Ya Kahei is newly debuting in the US and Japan and at this time is only available in Japan, but will soon be available in the US. (I’ll keep you posted! ☺)

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LA Fashion Market Trend Notes for Spring/Summer . . .


Hand crafted Ikat and beaded clutches @ TLC & You


Perforated leather, stacked wedges and peep toes @ Lucky Brand Shoes

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Penthouse view @ the Transit Shoe Lounge . . .


Stamped leather booties @ Lucky Brand Shoes

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Woven reed, Ikat and hand dyed fabrics @ the TLC & You booth.

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The menswear influence is still visible in women’s footwear via Jambou . . .


Perforated leathers slip ons + multi strap sandals @ Dolce Vita

Stay tuned tomorrow for some of my favorite new finds from the shows!

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