anOnlyChild Lit Up LA Fashion Week

anOnlyChild was the star of LA Fashion Week.

Los Angeles Fashion Week kicked off with a beautiful collection from anOnlyChild designed by the founder and designer Maxwell Osborne.

The show, titled “It’s Getting Late B-sides,” debuted at the Lighthouse Art Space on October 6th in LA, to which many celebrities attended, including Michael B Jordan, Tyga, and Jesse Williams.

The show was a continuation of the New York Fashion Week experience from the brand that featured their signature key looks and fabrics with silk shirting and separates. However, this time around, the show included reworked versions of the collection created in new silhouettes and colorways for the West Coast.


Those new styles, silhouettes, and colorways included an emerald velvet tracksuit, a black cotton sateen, a viscose lace tiered dress for evening wear, and white lace ruched turtleneck top paired with white silk wool work pants.

All of the clothes on the runway were made from deadstock material. Which is anOnlyChild’s signature when creating every collection. Highlighting an important company ethos of sustainability.


The ethos also offers a unique amount of individuality in each outfit due to the fact that each garment cannot be reproduced exactly the same because of a limited amount of said deadstock fabric.

To Osborne and anOnlyChild this is a big advantage because it allows “Each of our garments retains the soul of their fabric’s previous life to form something unique, one-of-a-kind and sort of like an only child.”


When asked to explain the collection’s inspiration, Osborne said it is about “The sultriest of summer nights…The moment you catch the eye of the person you’ve been longing for from afar, and your bodies finally connect.”

The show also immersed attendees in a giant light space that displayed the brand’s well-known Rastafarian fabric swatches splashed all over the walls. In addition, the brand used nontraditional seats like vintage antique couches that gave the space a more homey feel than you might get at other fashion shows.

This opening show of LA Fashion Week started the week off strong and showed just what LA Fashion has to offer.

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