As we enter the final stretch before opening the nearly triple-the-size A+R store on Abbot Kinney Boulevard, we're madly trying to remove the old as we move into the new space.
Archive for March, 2010
Never heard of Alberto Marani? That might all change sooner than later. The Paris-based designer is not only behind no fewer than three of Carine Roitfeld's favorite lines–and being considered for a major gig, according to today's report on Hint by LVER pal Robert Barr.
The 4 a.m. wake-up alarm Angelenoes, including yours truly, received today got me thinking about emergency kits. Specifically, the aesthetics of these cases and what goes in them.
This week I found myself behind the photographer one day–the lenswoman being Amanda deCadanet on a feature focusing on some of her starlet pals for the May issue of Harper's Bazaar–and (gasp!) two days later in target range of another photographer–for next month's Interiors edition of Angeleno Magazine.
What we love about the far-reaching tentacles of the internet is how it brings new ideas to enthusiasts everywhere. Case in point: Today's feature on the Israeli-based, Hebrew-language site reDesign written by an Australian-based writer and highlighting products made from building bricks, including these candles made right here in Los Angeles by our neighbors Eli Bonerz and Thomas Robertson at P.A.D.
What's it like to be the subject instead of behind the scenes? That was the question every inquiring mind posed during the two-fer openings for the "The Stylist Project," Kimberly Brooks' new series of portraits of those toiling behind the scenes in the world of style.