We've always had a mad crush on L.A. Eyeworks and the visionary crew behind the brand. That whole "visionary" thing is no pun either–they really fit the bill as one of the few fashion-related brands with a truly design perspective.
Archive for February, 2010
On my adventures last night (which I will get to posting some time today!), Cameron Silver snapped this pic of us. We'd been chatting about how much we adore Dita Von Teese's manager, Melissa Dishell, and were suddenly inspired to send her a snapshot via Mr.
Crochet beignets and seafood gumbo? Not as tempting to the taste buds as the real McCoy, but a tickle to the senses, nonetheless.
Food artist Clare Crespo laid out a Mardi Gras feast of King cake, ham, soft shell crab, purl'd, ehem, oysters, cafe au lait, and more, all carefully crocheted and served up on Heath dinnerware, apropos given most comforting of food celebrations is now on view at the Heath Los Angeles flagship.
One individual's collection can mean so little or so much to another, and in the case of the late avant-garde fashion collector Marcia Berger, the more than 1,500 pieces she passionately accrued from Maison Martin Margiela since his start in 1989 is nothing short of a Holy Grail to acolytes of the Antwerp designer.
Trying to make some sense of yesterday's tragic suicide of Alexander McQueen, so many of us took to our keyboards to work it out with sentiment and tributes that would've likely made the man cringe, at least publicly.
Long gone are the days of the wizard with needle behind the atelier curtain. If fashion designers are going to be exalted now as rock superstars, then why wouldn't they enjoy that fundamentally validating badge of any stage idol?
After some 24 days away, arrived back in L.A. late yesterday to a hail storm followed by the most spectacular, grand arc of colors that we could marvel at from our balcony in Silverlake.
One of my biggest indulges during this time in Paris has been Sundays spent at le Marché Bastille, one of the city's largest farmer's market.