Demand for Made in the USA goods spiked in the wake of the controversy caused by our outsourced US Olympic team uniforms earlier this year. To celebrate the many talented fashion designers who create jobs and boost the economy by manufacturing here in L.A., we decided to showcase them in a special style section in our November issue (on newsstands now!). Here’s a peek at one of the many we feature in the issue.
Photo: Audrey Napoleon wears Clover Canyon by Rozae Nichols
About the Designer:
Each Clover Canyon collection is like a love letter to Los Angeles. Dresses and separates are covered in saturated prints—many of them emblazoned with images of L.A. Veteran designer Rozae Nichols launched the line last year in a departure from the deconstructed, subtly embellished pieces she was known for. Now the bold patterns of California landscapes and local ephemera are the brand’s hallmark.
About the Model:
If you’ve ever gone clubbing at Avalon or the Music Box, odds are you were grooving to Audrey Napoleon’s beats. The DJ, who spins at top clubs around the world, released her debut EP, Ornamental Egos, in July.
Clover Canyon jacket, $594 at Serafina, San Marino, 626-799-9899, and pants, $374 at clovercanyon.com. Scottx-Scott coffin necklace, $396. Haati Chai necklace, $119. Twelve Twenty Eight gold fossilized tooth necklace, $100 at gatherla.com.
Photograph by Juco