Celebrity children are an enigma: though we think it's completely ridiculous to contemplate what shoes Suri bought at J. Crew yesterday, we also cannot help but think what it must be like to live these preciously pedigreed lives.
Coachella is back for 2015 (even if the famous Lacoste #LiveBeautifully party isn't) and the music festival will be taking over Southern California and Instagram for the next two weekends. We've curated the only party guide you'll need for the next week.
A band of yetis, pancake fights, Tilly's swag, Stance socks, and mountains of Kind bars made for an epic night at the Hard Rock Hotel, Palm Springs. Dorothy kicked off our Not a Pool Party in the hotel's Woodstock ballroom, followed by the mysterious fur clad PPL MVR who came from their alien planet to rock our world.
Start your engines, festival-lovers. The first weekend of Coachella kicks off today in Palm Springs and whether you're right there in the midst of the desert, or stalking Instagram with tears in your eyes (yikes, sorry!), you know you want a taste of what's to come. Let's celebrate #FlashbackFriday with the best celebrity shots from last year! More>>
It's that time again! Time to get your wardrobe ready for festival season. Of course you want to look a good balance of grungy, boho, and chic, but what should you wear to accomplish that? Check out the 15 pieces every music fest lover needs this season, and look good from Coachella and beyond.
The stars of Hulu’s new show Resident Advisors showed up to the red carpet premiere at the Sherry Lansing Theatre at Paramount Pictures last week. Guests included Jamie Chung, Elizabeth Banks, Anna Camp, Ryan Hansen, and Graham Rogers and we got a chance to chat with them.
Easter in L.A. was anything but typical, with designer Erik Rosete's fashion brand Mister Triple X presenting an epic Trunk Show and Fashion Event over the weekend appropriately titled "Bunny Land Los Angeles" at his Art Hearts Fashion Boutique at Hollywood and Highland.
Think all the Fashion Week action happens in NYC? Think again! Wednesday night's Los Angeles Fashion Week showcase featured famous faces both on the runway and in the front row, thanks to Erik Rosete, Executive Producer and designer of the fashion Line Mister Triple X. His Art Hearts Fashion event rocked the house at the beautiful Taglyan Complex Hollywood, where models including Alex Minsky, Richard Rocco, and Nadia Mejia took to the catwalk in Rosete's innovative streetwear designs. Artistix Jeans and House of Byfield from the Netherlands opened the show with stunning collections for both men and women as guests such as Sean Faris, Shawn Woods, and Carlos Ramirez looked on, impressed. The incredibly edgy ensembles were refreshingly paired with Top-Siders by Sperry, who was the shoe sponsor of the night, providing a bit of stylish eye-candy for every type of fashionista in attendance. Click through for an inside look!
While the North East is hibernating as the snow piles on by the bucket loads, San Diego is awake and as stylish as ever. From weekend hikes to afternoon beach breaks, this sunny city is extremely active and always California casual. We explored the perfectly groomed pathways of the University of San Diego to see how some students in San Diego dress for success in brands ranging from Target to Zara. And, of course, we couldn't forget to ask where they got the best tacos from.
We've seen the selfies from the ceremony and we've talked about the best dressed on the red carpet. Now let's get to the juicy stuff - the official Oscars After-Party hosted by Vanity Fair. What really happens when a bunch of high profile celebs get drunk and celebrate in the same room? Bey and Jay, nip slips, and (if you're like Rita Ora) absolutely no underwear. Click through to see what we mean...