Night two began with Brigade LA , a popular boutique in downtown Los Angeles, presented a few of their Spring/Summer designers to cater to their LA consumers, which is what the crowd seemed to be strongly made up of. One adaptation utilized during the show, nabbed from NY fashion week from DVF featuring Google glass, a few of their models carried the popular GoPro cameras down the runway for the finale. XCVI and Civil Society were also featured in the second night of LA Fashion Week. Civil Society had a refined menswear collection that looked like a few key wardrobe pieces from Chuck Bass's character in Gossip Girl. However, night two was really ALL ABOUT MEN. Paulie Gibson, a contemporary menswear designer featured at last season's LAFW, put on quite the exhibit to end the night's events. America's Next Top Model chose the designer to feature Cycle 20's male models to air on television in Summer 2013. This will be ANTMs first cycle with male models. The show was more than entertaining with the buzz of the ANTM models and professional dancers that would put 'N Sync to shame. Paulie's collection features high relaxed collars for the RTW and bright colors mixed with tweed and cotton blends for a fully stocked line. Ranging from suits to resort wear, Paulie's attention to detail and fabric selection are what set him apart from many of his constituents. In addition, the designer's ability to push the envelope and go above and beyond in his design gives him excellent positioning in the mens fashion industry in the metropolitan areas.
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