Eddie Borgo shares his Golden State favorites
In the decade since he debuted his eponymous accessories label, Eddie Borgo has earned a Council of Fashion Designers of America Award, collaborated on a capsule collection with Tiffany & Co., and amassed a loyal following of stylists and fashion editors with his modern, structural costume jewelry and handbags. The designer relaunched his brand earlier this year, with new West Coast partners, and plans to introduce fine-jewelry and home ranges in 2019. Freshly bicoastal, Borgo now divides his time between New York City and his new bungalow in the Los Feliz Oaks. eddieborgo.com.
Inn of the Seventh Ray
“I love this enchanting, secluded restaurant. The seasonal menu is focused on local produce.” 128 Old Topanga Canyon Rd., Topanga, 310-455-1311; innoftheseventhray.com.
The Pottery Studio
“Pottery is my newest hobby. This Atwater Village studio lets you visit as often as you’d like between classes.” 2992 Glendale Blvd., L.A., 323-351-1906; thepotterystudio.com.
The Sowden House
“This Mayan Revival mansion in Los Feliz was designed in 1926 by Lloyd Wright, and is [allegedly] tied to the infamous Black Dahlia murder.” 5121 Franklin Ave., L.A.; sowdenhouse.com.
Joseff of Hollywood
“The warehouse of legendary costume jeweler Eugene Joseff is one of my go‑to places to do research.” 129 E. Providencia Ave., Burbank, 818-846-0157; joseff-hollywood.com.
“Watching classic movies at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery is one of my favorite things to do in L.A. Nothing in New York compares.” 6000 Santa Monica Blvd., L.A., 323-522-6870; cinespia.org.
“Stay at the Serenity Cabin and make use of the claw-footed bathtub on the deck overlooking the redwoods.” 38621 Palo Colorado Rd., Carmel, 831-601-9686; rosehavencabins.com.
“Visitors collect the stones on the shores of this magical beach to use in jewelry, among other things.” Cambria.
Edited by ANUSH BENLIYAN.