Snapshots of the Golden State, as seen through the eyes of its biggest fans
Following her years as a ’90s “it” girl—starring in campaigns for Prada, Valentino and beyond—Angela Lindvall zeroed in on her spirituality and social consciousness, spearheading multiple environmentalist projects and getting certified as a Kundalini yoga instructor. From her 7-acre perch in Topanga Canyon, the model, health coach and mother of two balances her holistic and high-fashion identities, most recently by collaborating with Article 22 on Peace Begins In Me, a collection of jewelry crafted from melted-down war shrapnel. angelalindvall.com.
“There is no better way to rejuvenate the mind, body and soul. Martha [Soffer] is one of the best Ayurvedic practitioners in the U.S.”
15539 Via De Las Olas, Pacific Palisades, 310-459-7715; suryaspa.com.
“This is the spot to make conscious choices with your wallet. They provide access to premium products and well-made lifestyle goods.”
305 S. Hewitt St., L.A., 213-436-1160; theroguecollective.com.
Mount Wilson Observatory
“A 20th-century temple to science. The dome is an amazing place to hear Sunday afternoon concerts.”
Red Box-Mount Wilson Rd., Mount Wilson, 626-440-9016; mtwilson.edu.
“I love taking my kids and family here for a nice outdoor brunch. We play games and drink sangria.”
327 Latigo Canyon Rd., Malibu, 818-540-2400; themalibucafe.com.
“Henry Huntington was an exceptional businessman of vision. I go here to empty my mind, connect with nature and get inspired.”
151 Oxford Rd., San Marino, 626-405-2100; huntington.org.
“Where I got my teacher certification. Guru Singh has amazing classes that bring an almost scientific lens to spirituality.”
1535 S. Robertson Blvd., L.A., 310-552-4647; yogawestla.com.
“It brings together raw industrial aesthetics and sustainable, off-the- grid design in Joshua Tree. It’s a great weekend getaway from everything!”
Pioneertown; available through airbnb.com.
Edited by ANUSH BENLIYAN.