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- Just a couple dudes and their bags.
- The best employment of a denim jumpsuit we've seen yet.
- Chris Lopez, brand manager at One Showroom.
- Note that the white shirt is buttoned to the very top.
- Jasmine Peterson of Dope.
- Denim-blocking in action.
- Nick Wooster, creative director of menswear at JCPenney.
- Asymmetrical and black, from the hair to the dress.
- Ripped jeans, leather jacket.
- Sarah Theden of Growze.
- The statement necklace over a collared shirt is still happening.
- Juli Reed of LA label Pipergore.
- Sneakers were a popular style choice.
- Leather sweats.
- JC Chang, assistant manager at GANT Rugger.
- Men were wearing lots of layers.
- Super-simple and very cool.
- Kortney Hastin, founder of Norman Russell Denim.
- We'd call this avant-garde streetwear.
- Deandra Miranda of Thursday Island.
- The filmy white dress with ankle booties is a very "LA" look.
- Buyer Jessica Yang.
- An amazing coat.
- The punky black-and-white jeans are a nice touch.
- Haute sweats and an oversized man tote.
- Kind of Jenna Lyons-esque.
- More denim on denim.
- Skinny black jeans, a deep V-neck and a leather jacket always looks rockerish.
- Nicole Aguirre, EIC of Worn Magazine.
Yesterday, we took a look at what was worn to the mostly-male Capsule trade show in Vegas last week. Today, it's on to the much-larger Project show where contemporary brands like J Brand, Joe's Jeans, Equipment, Wildfox and more set up shop for three days of buying and browsing.
Style varied enormously among Project attendees and vendors, but recurring themes were lots of denim (oftentimes worn head-to-toe), black leather in the form of pants and jackets, camo (again) and men's bags. See some of the most notable looks in our gallery, above.
· Project [Official Site]
· Camo, Big Boots and Lots of Denim: Style at Capsule Vegas [Racked]
· Zappos' Tony Hsieh Wants to Create a Garment District in Vegas [Racked]