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A row of new eating and drinking venues finds an instant fan base in Silver Lake.
“Your makeup base is like a black-and-white film,”
The notion behind best friends Poppy Jamie and Suki Waterhouse’s new venture, Pop & Suki, came about in quintessential British fashion:
From his Venice studio, artist Alejandro Gehry pays homage to musicians who are larger than life.
When interior designer Betsy Burnham decided to launch her own furniture line, Wardrobe by Burnham Design,
Fendi is taking a cue from California’s favorite pastime for its fall stateside foray.
In a roughed-up, textured mix of tweeds, denim, canvas and leather, actor Luke Grimes brings out the tougher side of fall fashion.
as seen through the eyes of its biggest fans.
From abstract neon sculptures to provocative fluorescent signs, a new exhibition, “Let There Be (More) Light,” explores …
Photographer Douglas Friedman and model Sean O’Pry get behind the wheel of their dream car—the new Ferrari California T—for an epic road trip. Around the bend: candlelit camping, fireside Scotch and a brush with the law.
Actor, Director, Producer
The refreshingly straight-talking Armie Hammer isn’t seduced by blockbuster bait—instead it’s intense character studies, sacred family time and smokin’ hot BBQ that get his heart racing.
“We wanted to create a place of permanence that allowed for a slower life and …
From Los Angeles to San Francisco, collector Chara Schreyer and her five residential collaborations are greater than the sum of her art. Case in point: her Marin masterwork.
Wyoming native Lisa Eisner returns to her western roots and maps the best pit stops along the way.
“I like seeing what results when people with different sets of experiences come together to create something new,”
The dream team behind boutique design firm Studio Collective is creating handsome interiors with a west coast blueprint.
For married artists Clare Rojas and Barry McGee, distinct creative spaces make way for original forms.
Despite the bling of rhinestone and rich textile patterns in MOCA’s …
Paris-based designer andrew gn finds a second home in the Bay Area, where his fresh take on Old World Grandeur and emphasis on fine craftsmanship play to a rapt audience. Together, he and his “Gn-ettes” hold court at the Legion of Honor.
Chad Robertson and Liz Prueitt make a case for baked goods all day long at the Mission’s long-awaited Tartine Manufactory.
“The word ‘curate’ gets overused, but it is exactly what we’re doing,” says Fanny Singer, writer, curator and co-founder of Permanent Collection,
L.A. artist Jane Moseley gets her richly decorated marching orders in fall’s military-inspired hits.
Space exploration is no simple task, so artist Tom Sachs didn’t pack light while installing his new intergalactic-themed exhibition at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) in San Francisco.
Pyper America, Starlie, Daisy Clementine and Lucky Blue Smith of The Atomics are ready to blow up the music world.
Beloved by a Who’s Who of the art world, SoCal’s pioneering printmaking studio marks a milestone with simultaneous shows.
Four new California hotel restaurants are stepping up to accommodate all tastes.
A new roster of shops and restaurants drop anchor in Newport Beach.
ADIR ABERGEL, Hairstylist.
The Beverly Hills Hotel’s first three bungalows recently emerged from their facelifts—
“My original California home was a beach bungalow, and the pure, unfiltered west light it offered was
“Rugs are the soul of a room,” says Venice’s self-proclaimed “rug slinger” Kelly Vittengl, citing the impulse behind her two-year-old brand, Frances Loom.
Vanessa Traina, executive creative director of ultra-curated retail concept The Line,
For more than two decades artist doug aitken has pushed the boundaries of what ART is and what it does. With his first North American survey on the horizon, the artist engages his past as only he can—by redefining it.
C INSIDER: Sabrina Buell
KATE LEE, Makeup Artist.
Snapshots of The Golden State, through the eyes of its biggest fans.
“I am not producing fashion. I am fashioning a product,” says Natalie Joos of her upcoming line of knitwear.
Culinary duo Katina and Kyle Connaughton plant new roots in wine country with a farm-driven restaurant and inn.