Archive for March, 2011
Our pal at L.A. Eyeworks, Brent Zerger, was kind enough to send this note just now about my posting early Wednesday on the passing of Elizabeth Taylor:
You gotta tip your hat when something is beautifully said or written. […]
"Fashion," says Bill Cunningham in the new documentary on his life, “it’s the armor to survive the reality of everyday life. […]
The day finally came. Elizabeth Taylor died this morning of congestive heart failure at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, according to her publicist, Sally Morrison. She was 79.
Like the rest of the universe, or at least those with a pulse and a speck of passion, I have forever been in awe of this force of nature. […]
As each day passes since the horrific crisis in Japan hit, another story surfaces of friends directly affected by it all. Our Abbot Kinney neighbors Keiko and Taku Shinomoto, the owners of Tortoise General Store, were there when it took place and, thankfully, safe, according to their staff in the Venice shop. […]
Kate Betts came to Abbot Kinney tonight, with stacks of her freshman book, Everyday Icon: Michelle Obama and the Power of Style, the latest stop across the country like a politician on a whistle-stop tour. […]
This short featuring Misery Bear and Kate Moss is sweet, creepy and hilarious. And it somehow benefits Comic Relief in the UK.
Don't miss the final scene! […]
With the parade of silver-haired models at the recent Jean Paul Gaultier show in Paris, it appears this is one trend that hasn't gotten old…yet. In fact, the bodaciously beau bouffants by the Redken team, including colorist Josh Wood, thankfully washed the memory of young Tavi gone grey right out my hair, er, memory. […]