Coco Kliks   LA Fashion Week October 2004
   

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Drawing on her own cultural roots for inspiration, designer Coco Kliks debuted her playful summer collection of equal parts French chic and suburban tailgate party.  With names like Nebraska bustierĂ¯ and Missouri circle skirt, the collection was pure backyard fantasy. Beachy pinstripes were embellished with tuxedo sequins, vava-voom fitted sheaths cut from large-scale upholstery prints and full bell skirts signaled a major return to ladylike fashion.

When it comes to suits Coco offers a whimsical signature look that is pure Dandy, and this season she did not stray far from the theme.  Opposing prints were drawn together with eye-popping piping, big buttons and LA's eponymous low waist.  A few lackluster looks like improbable hotpants (who wears them?!) and the kooky BarometerĂ¯ dress were no indication of the show's success.  The crowd (which included FOX Network's Jillian Barberi, Mimi Rogers and daughter) left cheering and happy.
 

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  Review written by Debra Stevenson & Photographs by Carlos Alberto
 

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