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We're not going to front like we weren't among the worst offenders when the internet collectively peed in its cyber panties today over Daft Punk's leaked Random Access Memories album ahead of its May 21st release. A live stream of the entire album has since been made available for listening on iTunes and we've been playing it on a loop for the last few hours. Whether or not it's your cup of tea, at the very least it's worth a listen just for cultural context and the sake of staying informed. Lots of feelings we're still working out about the album as as a whole which is filled with disco vibes and baby-making music, but Track 12 ("Doin' It Right") is definitely a new favorite. Given today's Daft Punk developments, the timing couldn't be better to share these recent photos of the helmeted Frenchman posing at James Goldstein's famous John Lautner-designed home in Beverly Hills. Decked in custom Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent tuxes, of course...
If we're a fan of one thing at GofG L.A., it's restaurants with open air patios. That's why we're super excited to announce that The Ivy, one spot definitely known for its relaxed outdoor vibe, is launching a brand spanking new website (courtesy of NCLUSIVE, inc.) TODAY, and you can check it out right here. It's full of vibrant photos of the colorful patio, bar and more, in all its bouquet-covered, Southern comfort décor glory. More»
We invite you to get your beauty fix on with some of the best power players out there. Read below for the full deets! More»
A proud display of heritage parked last night on South Beverly Drive in the BH (obvi) across from Urth Caffe. Happy Friday! [via @ericrosenfeld]
Matt LeBlanc and George Lucas step out for the Television Academy's 22nd Hall of Fame Induction Gala; Zooey Deschanel, Lamorne Morris, Jake Johnson, Max Greenfield and more are honored at the PaleyFest for "New Girl"; "The Bachelor's" Chris Harrison hosts the Grand Opening of DaVinci of California for Kris Jenner and other guests; Olivia Wilde, Steve Carell, Jim Carrey Steven Tyler and many more hit the premiere for The Incredible Burt Wonderstone—get the scoop on Monday's top events across L.A. in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Barry Manilow and Cody Simpson perform at L.A. Live to benefit non-profit organizations for hunger and light the Holiday Tree; Gerard Butler, Dennis Quaid and other stars of Playing For Keeps attend a screening to benefit Children's Hospital Los Angeles; "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" gather at Kyle by Alene Too to support the Bullets 4 Peace Charity; Kristin Stewart, Elle Fanning, William H. Macy, Garrett Hedlund and more visit a private residence for the first day of the Variety Studio: Awards Edition presented in partnership with Rolls Royce and Nintendo—get the details on who was out where yesterday in this installment of Last Night's Parties!
It's definitely Emmy season and the stars are everywhere including Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, where Kiernan Shipka, Jessica Pare, Michelle Dockery were spotted; Chris Harrison, Vincent De Paul, and Hal Sparks kick-start the Emmy pre-parties at The London; Taryn Manning, Janice Dickinson and Lloyd Klein hit a denim party in Santa Monica—get your final dose of event rundowns this week in this installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
Hailee Steinfeld, Julianne Hough, Eva Amurri and more join ELLE's Joe Zee for the celebration of the third season of his Sundance docu-series; Justin Timberlake, Amy Adams, and Clint Eastwood step out in Westwood for the premiere of their new film Trouble With The Curve; Bryan Greenberg, Fergie and Josh Duhamel get a first look at the exclusive CartelArt show in the Hills—we'll be back with with the scoop on last night but until then, get the full rundown on Wednesday evening's top events right now in this edition of (the night before) Last Night's Parties. More»
Were there any movie premieres or restaurant openings last night? If there were, they were probably pretty empty, because the full party energy of L.A. (and cities across the world, for that matter) was entirely focused on Fashion's Night Out. With nearly every boutique, upscale department store and hip fashion shop throwing open their doors to sell, spin and party into the wee hours, keeping track of all the fun was damn near impossible. Still, we did our best, which is why we're now proud to present to you our mostly photo-based roundup of all the action. Enjoy! More»
Were there any movie premieres or restaurant openings last night? If there were, they were probably pretty empty, because the full party energy of L.A. (and cities across the world, for that matter) was entirely focused on Fashion's Night Out. With nearly every boutique, upscale department store and hip fashion shop throwing open their doors to sell, spin and party into the wee hours, keeping track of all the fun was damn near impossible. Still, we did our best, which is why we're now proud to present to you our mostly photo-based roundup of all the action. MORE>>
Being the savvy fashionista that you are, we know you've probably been counting down the hours for tonight. That's right, it's Fashion's Night Out, with all the exclusive soirees, goodie bags, designer meet and greets, and celebrity elbow-rubbing that you've been dreaming of. With events from Robertson to Malibu, how can you choose? Answer: read our ultimate survival guide, so you can get to as many events as possible and not waste a single minute of this special day. More»
Friday, May 24
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.