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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.
At home in Beverly Hills, Sprinkles founders Candace and Charles Nelson host a pizza party for friends as a hint of what’s to come.
Kirsten Dunst and Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy aim their cameras toward Napa during a snap-happy girls getaway in wine country.
In a clever play on classic men’s shirting, designers add a modern, deconstructed twist to the perennial mix of masculine and feminine.
Stroll down Venice Beach’s iconic boardwalk in fall’s bold prints, decadent weaves and powerful accessories—creating only the chicest of shock waves.
Atop East Bay Hills, Williams-Sonoma Home’s Lainey Hollis and chef-author-lifestyle guru Ayesha Curry design a domestic slam dunk.
With the world watching, model, actor and social media phenom Emily Ratajkowski makes her mark on fashion, film and feminism.
Down a secret garden path, a modern bride’s textured silhouettes make a stunning statement amongst the leafy surrounds.
Chef Suzanne Goin and wine director Caroline Styne have already made their mark on Los Angeles’ culinary landscape with the likes of A.O.C., Tavern, The Larder and Lucques.
Dior is the newest luxury player to pop up in San Francisco’s tony Union Square.
Malibu, the small, quiet beach town with an outsized reputation, keeps getting better for locals and visitors alike.
Outdoor music festivals abound this summer.
Emily Holt’s new Hero SHop brings high fashion and local talent to San Francisco’s up-and-coming Tenderloin.
At home in L.A.’s Echo Park neighborhood, Hedley & Bennett founder ELLEN BENNETT hosts weekend brunches that have become the HOTTEST TABLE in town.
Launched just over 10 years ago in London, former stylist Lucy Pinter’s denim label Superfine sparked the trend for skinny jeans that we now all take for granted—
Interior designer Yaél Putterman Zadok wants to shake up the home-style scene in low-key Ross.
Getting that natural sun-kissed glow doesn’t have to take all summer. Model and swimwear designer TORI PRAVER-Fuller has it down to a perfect science.
With stars in their eyes and talent in their genes, L.A.’s cultured millennials embark on the ultimate vacation.
In a hidden corner of Napa Valley, Jay Jeffers transforms a historic Victorian into a weekend escape embracing simple pleasures for the whole family.
Who says you can’t wear sequins at the beach? Stand out in the season’s most striking combinations.
In Point Dume, designer Vanessa Alexander’s streamlined beach house for her active clan required a far-reaching stretch of the imagination.
In Alice Through the Looking Glass Mia Wasikowska reprises her curious character as a changed woman. Here, the low-key Aussie opens up about fashion, filmmaking and her fantastical adventures in Hollywoodland.
“I’d see these beautiful La Mer aquariums in shops, and they really got my attention because I love marine life,” says actress Elsa Pataky …
Lisa Hirsch’s Westside Pilates-inspired workout phenom The Studio (MDR) has