August 21st - August 26th
It’s a full week of fun and fashion on TheOCOnline.Com! We’ve got amazing designers who’ve had their pieces featured on The O.C. as well as clothing and jewelry lines that are hot in Hollywood right now! Everything you need for fall fashion is right here this week! Each day we’ll feature new designers and new outfits that we think scream “OC!” as well as exclusive interviews with the designers! In addition to presenting these designers to you, we’re also going to be giving away a TON of the fashion that we’re featuring! So sit back and get ready, because August 21st- August 26th is TheOCOnline.Com’s first ever Style Week!
Constantly recreating itself, L Space is a sexy collection of swimwear that’s uncomplicated and effortlessly hip.
Spring 2007 is all about slinky fabrics, jewel tones and styles that truly flatter. With a focus on Mix and Match pieces adorned with details such as gold metallic cording and subtle touches of hardware, L Space never looses sight of the quality, unique cuts, and sex appeal its designs are known for.
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Flirty blouses, crochet minis, tiered lace prairies, polka dot sleeves, oh my!
Step inside the head of Nony Tochterman, and escape into fantasy fashion island. Bold colors, vivid detail, retro trends with modern twists ... this is PETRO ZILLIA. Born in 1996, PETRO ZILLIA, takes a whimsical look at high fashion, using luxurious fabrics and innovative ideas.
PETRO ZILLIA’s carefree, fearless attitude toward clothes is obvious in the structure and path it has chosen to take. It is inspiration for the woman that is fashion savvy, and isn’t afraid to wear clothes that reflect her … she is confident, ageless, and fun. It observes and honors vintage fashion, with its bright colors, one of a kind patchwork, respect to detail and above all fashion integrity.
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