L.A.'s fashion flock flapped over to PAPER's 24-Hour Store on the Sunset Strip on Friday night, rocking skinny jeans, Technicolor stretchy tops, mounds of messy scarves (worn looped 'round and 'round, Aerosmith-style) knee-high boots and mini-dresses that barely covered a few lovely lady humps. "It looks like a casting call for an American Apparel ad," marveled a male reveler who -- dressed in a vintage track jacket and painted-on trousers -- was definitely the pot calling the kettle black. Check out some of the cute looks we cornered.
From left to right: Echo Park resident Molly Collins, 19, and Danielle Devincenzo, 22, of Hollywood, embodied the hot 'n disheveled hippie-chick look currently sweeping H'wood.
From left to right: Sixteen-year-old Cerritos, Calif., resident Michelle Gregory and Eastsiders Janessa Molina, 24, and Jennifer Collao, 22, hit up a flea market in Lakeside and Jet Rag in Hollywood to assemble these ethnic-meets-Eighties ensembles.
From left to right: WeHo gal Lindsey Flappan, 25, was pretty in a slouchy white top, while buds Chris Harris, 23, from Baldwin Hills, and Cat Partin, 27, from Echo Park came decked out in black and gray.
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