Mixing it up with a goth moment at LA Fashion Week, Tara Subkoff delivered an Imitation of Christ collection containing many of her definitive vintagey looks, and a few loser looks. Nonetheless, it was one of the most theatrical LA shows thus far - bones on the runway hello?!
The color story was downtown hipster with black, tan and white. I could have done without the pant and skirt outfits and been happy with all those beaded and sequined dresses. The reworking of vintage pieces was Subkoff's shtick when she started the line in 2000, and though that's not her method anymore, this is one gal who will always have an eye for vintage styling. I particularly like an ivory beaded dress worn over a pair of black skinnies - very cool indeed. The black lips were a bad beauty choice, but a black cape was a fun addition to the 'Blair Witch Project' feel of the collection.
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