As a big shot editor at WWD and W, Rose was right at the center of everything fashionable and new in Los Angeles. Her personal style and eagle eye for emerging global cool was coveted and copied, so, as any smart style-ite would, she opened Los Angeles’ best design store/think space A+R with her partner Andy Griffith. A new, revamped, major A+R is coming soon. Stay tuned. In addition to visiting the shop, check out one of the number books Apodaca has written. Her latest is a 400-page tome with Dita Von Teese, published by Harper Collins, called “Your Beauty Mark; The Ultimate Guide to Eccentric Glamour.”
Um, we've never heard of a spiritual entrepreneur before, but it's definitely our new favorite phrase, and heck, why not, probably our new life goal as well. The Co Founder of Beyond Yoga, a beyond amazing collection of workout clothes that look just as chic outside the gym, Jodi Guber Brufsky is a sartorial godsend for those embracing the active life. Hey, these days it's an athleisure world, and we're all just living in it.
New York designer (behind the cult menswear label Yoko Devereaux) and Left Coast transplant Andy Salzer’s tee shirt line Hiro Clark is pure Insta-bait. Bold LA lingo like FORD WONDERLAND PROMISES (rehabs) and EL PORTO BREAKWATER HEAVENS (surf breaks) are printed on the most luxuriously plush cotton money can buy. Hey, this is Hollywood where the tee shirt is king. Naturally the Chic-quinox came calling for shirts that shout: RUN LIKE YOU STOLE SOMETHING.
Pull out your bucket of coins because we have made a list of the best events for St. Patrick's Day 2016. We have something for everyone; pub crawls, comedy shows, block parties and so much more. You can find the full details as well as more events on our Calendar.
Get ready to feel very, very lame. Not only is Sara Brajovic, well, gorgeous, she's a Parisian pianist / model / actress / blogger - basically all the buzz words that make most normal, physically average social plebeians want to pull the duvet over their head and hide from the world indefinitely. Lovely and talented all around, she's the perfect life muse. Oh, but if only your life were so wonderful.
One of those people where every single one of their Instagrams looks like a professional photo, Stephanie Simon, quite the photogenic girl, leads quite the photogenic life. When Simon's not busy running things over at will.i.am's technology company i.am+, she's running things basically everywhere else too.
Nothing is taboo to Scotty Bowers. Never has been, never will be. And there's something so beautifully refreshing about such an open, free life as his, personally unchecked by the concept of guilty pleasures. A self confessed Hollywood "Fixer," throughout his seventy some odd years in LA, Bowers has come to biblically know just about every big movie star you could think of, and then some. Offering up "carnal thrills and escapism of every kind" to the likes of Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, Mae West, James Dean. A man "who knew Hollywood like no one else knew it," his recently published book, Full Service: My Adventures in Hollywood and the Secret Sex Lives of the Stars, is a page flipper. And the subsequent documentary currently being filmed on his life? To say we can't wait would be an understatement.
Dressed head to toe in a palette that ever so coolly screams party, Sean Glass is all up in the music industry. The New York transplant almost does too much to say. He works at Apple Music, owns his own music label, Win Music, has worked with and released some of the more exciting new musicians au moment, and, as if all of that doesn't already keep him busy enough, DJs the sickest warehouse parties around. Take a peak below to find out more on this beyond interesting peacock of a person!
If we had a dollar for every time we thought about dyeing our hair some fun, bright color. Only to then realize that we are simply not cool enough to ever pull off any such look. And here, Rio Warner comes sauntering in - cool as all get out. Neoned hair, leather jacket and all. For those lucky chosen people able to pull off such statements, the stylist / designer's shop Glitter Death is a treasure chest of sartorial goodies.
Like ourselves, Nina Freudenberger is not one to geographically discriminate. After setting out on her own, launching her interior design firm Haus, Freudenberger did what all the best businesses do, and went bicoastal. Studios in LA and NY, her penchant for bold, patterned accents makes for some Pinterest worthy pads. And her Haus candles? Especially the Boat Haus Candle? Heaven.