From the opening presenters Amy^2 (cough cough: Amy Schumer and Amy Poehler) to comedian Tracy Morgan's iconic speech, the 67th prime time Emmy Awards took Los Angeles by a heat wave (literally - 106 degrees).
Last night, the 67th annual prime time Emmy Awards brought a bevvy of small screen stars to L.A.'s Nokia Theater, where they were honored for their outstanding television performances. While the big wins (and big speeches) were definitely notable, we took note of some of the best red carpet looks, as always. Click through to see who made our best dressed list!
Renowned rock photographer Lisa S. Johnson and lifestyle concept store RONROBINSON joined forces to host a guitar-themed opening exhibit and book signing party on Thursday, September 3, in Santa Monica, in honor of Johnson’s stunning guitar photography book, 108 Rock Star Guitars. The exhibit will be on display through October 10, 2015.
F*ck Yeah we caught this year's FYF Fest in L.A.! While it's technically all about the amazing performances, like all music festivals, the crowd tends to lend itself to the overall vibe, which is why we've rounded up the fiercest and most fabulous friends rocking together at this year's festival.
Last night's VMAs might have been about the drama, but for us, fashion comes first. From Miley's futuristic jumpsuit (if that's what you can call it) to Vanessa Hudgens' bohemian babe ensemble, click through for our favorite must-see looks of the night.
There were a lot of pop culture, er, developments at last night's 2015 Video Music Awards on MTV. Nicki loves Taylor, Nicki hates Miley, Bieber is a crybaby, and Kanye is running for president. You know, the usual. Well, in the midst of all this drama, celebs couldn't help but take to Instagram to post their enviable VMA moments - click through for our top 20!
On Saturday, August 15th, Kate Miller and Amanda Krentzman hosted their annual charity event, Hollywood Stars for a Cause, at LAB ART in Los Angeles. The fun and art-filled event benefited the Motion Picture & Television Fund. With hundreds of influential members of the entertainment industry rubbing elbows and enjoying specialty cocktails from a Ketel One ice bar, as well as sounds by DJ FDVM and Shae B, it certainly was a night to remember. Click through for an inside look!
Summer's wrapping up, but since L.A. won't feel too much of the fall cold, we have no problem going strong into August. It's FYF Fest time people, and we are way pumped for what's to come at this two-day music festival.