It's time to find out where some of the best parties and events are happening this weekend. As always, you can find the full details as well as more events on our Calendar. [Photo by Hyatt Regency Century Plaza]
It's time to find out where some of the best parties and events are happening this weekend. As always, you can find the full details as well as more events on our Calendar. [Photo by The Beverly Hilton]
Over the past week, the Nevada desert became the annual artistic wonderland known as Burning Man, where nearly 66,000 people participated in a festival of flames, neon, and creative enlightenment. Wrapping up on Labor Day, the event certainly saw summer out with a bang. From ephemeral sculpture and ethereal style to breathtaking views of the burnings and even some celebrity sightings (we see you Derek Blasberg and Candice Swanepoel!), click through for the best Insta snaps of Burning Man 2014.
Last summer, we gave you the scoop on LOUIS Creative Workshop's summer art show in Hollywood, and they're back once again with their U.S.A. agency launch event, Louis Creative Summer Show on Thursday, Sept 4th (doors at 7pm) at the W Hotel in Hollywood—and you're invited! Keep reading to find out more info and how to RSVP.
To kick-off the launch of their new Craft Cocktail Jelly Shot line, Ludlows Cocktail Co. threw a Bar Crawl in Downtown Los Angeles featuring exclusive first tastes of the Jelly Shots before they hit stores plus matching cocktails. The first stop was Peking Tavern, a Chinese street food gastropub, where people sipped on Wong Chiu Punch made with bai jiu, hibiscus and lemon to go with Ludlows Planter's Punch Jelly Shots, made with two year barrel aged dark Trinidad rum, pineapple, cherry, lime and coconut. The next bar was Mas Malo for Medicina Latinas with tequila blanco, lime, agave and ginger paired with Ludlows Fresh Lime Margarita Jelly Shots, made with tequila blanco, lime, triple sec, and salt. The night ended with DJ's, dancing, and bottled cocktail table service at Honeycut, where people helped themselves to Candy's Room, a mix of gin, Lillet Rose, lemon, peach and ginger fizz, to match with Ludlows Moscow Mule Jelly Shot, made with 5x distilled triple filtered vodka, ginger beer and lime.
At Fi3’s L.A. fashion and culture fair back in July, one menswear brand lassoed our attention—Freenote. The vintage-inspired clothing was well-tailored and almost uniform-like, but in an elegant fashion. Brothers Matt and Andrew Brodrick founded Freenote in 2013 in Southern California. The Brodricks worked with Electric, a premium eyewear and lifestyle company for ten years, building the brand. What separates Freenote from numerous California-based clothing companies, is that the company manufactures all its clothing in the States. The look is classic American menswear and made for men who appreciate quality and style. We had a chance to talk with the Brodricks about their company, their obsessions, and their stylish tips for guys.