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Denim, Black Leather and Layers Ruled at Project in Vegas

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Photos by Jonathan Hoekklo, Ethan Lovell and Chelsea McManus.

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]