Ladies and Gents, Eater Young Guns Eve is this weekend. On June 23, from 6-9p, 8 future superstar chefs from across the far reaches of this nation will descend on LACMA to cook you mind blowing bites. Don't believe us. Check out the line up and their dishes...
Go HERE for more photos by Carrie McCauley and tag yourself and your friends! Joining forces with PureVolume and Kia Motors America, Hollywood was treated to the dance-inducing sounds of renowned Dutch turntablist DJ Nicky Romero when he swooped into Hollywood Tuesday night for a rager at new hotspot, Create. The night celebrating the nationwide 'What's Your Forte?' campaign was filled with get-down beats, confetti, cocktail swilling, and lots of hands in the air.
Gonzalo Torrens, David Mamet, Taryn Manning and many more step out for premieres, panels and receptions surrounding the L.A. Film Festival; Caite Upton and Amy Paffrath dress up for the Chocolate Milk premiere; musical celebs rock out at the Elevate Young Black Voices Contest With Cee Lo Green And Goodie Mob; Rohan Anderson, Marcus Samuelsson, and other foodies step out for the Apolis Summer Speaking Series Kickoff Event; Jeffrey Deitch, Thom Mayne, and others participate in 'A New Sculpturalism' panel and viewing at MOCA—get the scoop on Tuesday's top events in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Iggy Azalea [via] It's hump day and that means a whole new lineup of live music is coming to the City of Angels. Choose to dance the night away with Miami Horror, go for some laid-back vibes courtesy of She & Him, or perhaps chillwave artist Com Truise is more your style. If there's a particular genre that strikes your fancy, chances are there's a local show happening soon that will fall under its umbrella and we are here to help you get there. So no matter your musical taste, we've got you covered with this guide to the best live music L.A. has to offer this week.
Go HERE for more photos by Ashley Holt and tag yourself and your friends! Fans of Pretty Lights flocked to Sonos Studio Monday evening for a very special and intimate celebration of the electro soul hip-hop artist's forthcoming album, A Color Map of the Sun, hosted by KCRW's Jason Bentley. In addition an exclusive first listen of album tracks two weeks before its release, the evening was filled with treats for the eyes and ears courtesy of light shows, Q&A with the artist, a live performance, and a screening of the new documentary capturing the making of A Color Map of the Sun.
Whether they were walking the blue carpet for an evening with Pixar or heating up a cocktail party celebrating a scandalous new TV series, it's clear the preferred color of the night donned by many a starlet was in the cream-ivory family. And as long as these ladies can make shades of white look this good, we are certainly not complaining. Of course there were some winning ensembles outside the alabaster palette worth mentioning as well, so let's take a peek at them all now in our top seven looks from last night.
Billy Crystal, Gwen Stafani, Alessandra Ambrosio and other Pixar-loving celebs bring their little ones to the world premiere of Monsters University; Shailene Woodley, Miles Teller, and the rest of the The Spectacular Now cast strut the red carpet at the Los Angeles Film Festival; Forest Whitaker, Ahna O'Reilly, Octavia Spencer, and others attend the Fruitvale Station premiere; Eva Longoria, Dania Ramirez, and more celebrate the premiere of Lifetime Original Series "Devious Maids"; Laura Prepon, Jason Biggs, and other stars step out for the "Orange Is The New Black" special screening—catch up on Monday evening's top events in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Go HERE for photos by Carrie McCauley and tag yourself and your friends! Throughout the summer, The Getty Center stays open a little bit later for Saturdays Off the 405, one of the season's many outdoor attractions that invites Angelenos out for live music, DJ sets, and refreshments set against sweeping views of sunset over the city from one of L.A.'s most stunning structures. Oh, and it's free. Yes, meaning without even reaching for their wallets, guests enjoyed a performance from rising indie electronic artist Robert DeLong on Saturday evening in The Getty courtyard.