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LA Fashion Trends: Wonderland

Los Angeles designers are no strangers to drama. Whether creating the perfect dress for a grand entrance on the red carpet or a night on the town, the look is decidedly geared for a theatrical debut. And with inspiration from pop culture this season—i.e., Lady Gaga and Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” soon to hit the big screen—costume drama is the next catch phrase in fashion. The look comes to life in a picturesque Victorian-era setting at the Heritage Square Museum in Los Angeles.


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Photographer: Richard Knapp; Stylist: N. Jayne Seward; Makeup: Garret Gervais for Select Artist MGMT using cosmetics by Urban Decay and skincare by Murad; Hair: Tara Jean/ using Unite; Model: Dallas Hernandez for Ford Models; Stylist Assistant: Rhea Cortado; Photo Assistants: David Ambrose and Jeffrey Beard. Shot on location at Heritage Square Museum/