VH1 Stars Erin & Sara Foster Spill Their Haute Secrets to LA

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As the stars of VH1’s Barely Famous, Erin and Sara Foster are more than just a little visible. These hilarious sisters (dad is multiple Grammy-winning producer and composer David Foster) are also now the stars of #MyAccomplice, a series for Futhermore from Equinox, in partnership with smartwater.

Formerly Q by Equinox, Furthermore is the authority on the high-performance life that delivers definitive, expert-vetted science in beautiful and unexpected ways. #MyAccomplice highlights the essential thing, person, or ritual: that twist of ingenuity without which the highest-performing people cannot do what they do. For Erin and Sara Forster, the answer is, simply, each other.

Their show explores the lives of the two sisters as they try to make their way through, and to the top, of Hollywood. In the #MyAccomplice clip (which you can watch here), the Foster sisters go in depth in this hilarious short to shed a light on their insider’s view of Tinseltown and how each helps elevate one another’s every day. Also below, the Barely Famous gals and native Angelenos share their haute secrets to the City of Angels. 

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Where were you born: Los Angeles

How long in LA:  All of the days

Neighborhood: Grew up in Malibu, now live in Century City

Occupation: Erin: Writer/Actress Sara: Actress

Favorite Restaurant: Craigs. The food is always consistent, there’s no bad table, and the people are nice

Best Sushi: Sara has never had sushi, she has a very immature palate. Erin says Sushi Park

Best Italian: Madeo. That pasta is the best carb loading

Best dessert: Sunset Tower where you can customize a fudge Sunday.

Best place for a romantic date: Pace. Just make sure you don’t run into the date who took you there last week, because its everyones best date spot.

Best Sunday brunch: Soho House. You can bring kids and they can run around freely, and the green eggs are amazing.

Best place for a power business meeting: Soho House.

If you have out of town guests, which hotel would you recommend? Are they rich? The Peninsula Are they not rich but like nice things? Century Plaza Hotel.

Favorite shopping venue/boutique: We are all about Zara. Also Reformation has really flattering dresses at a good price, Rag n Bone, Equipment, The Apartment by The Line

Favorite place to buy jewelry/watches: Barney’s for Jennifer Meyer, I don’t think either of us own a watch

Best Spa: Beauty Park and Kate Sommerville

Favorite Charity Event: Our dad has dedicated his life to The David Foster Foundation events, who help the families of children who need organ transplants. Being a part of it is really powerful.

Favorite Cultural Event: Farmers Markets

Favorite Cultural Institution: The Hollywood Bowl

Best Steakhouse: Cut

Best Pizza: 800 Degrees, and Joes

Best Lunch: Coral Tree Cafe, they have the best turkey chop salad and all the food is organic

Best Gym/Athletic Facility: we both like to change it up and try out different classes around town, but we always find ourselves coming back to our gym workout at Equinox. We each have a location down the street from our house.

Best Massage: We use the Priv app all the time and get a massage at home. They vet people really well and the prices are good.

Best Limousine/Driving Service: Uber obviously

Best Museum/Exhibit: The Broad is amazing, also Lacma, and The Getty

Describe your city in three words: Relaxed, fun, and superficial

Favorite historic/legendary place to see or explore: Griffith Observatory

All-around favorite spot in Los Angeles:  Staying home.

Best Aspect of Los Angeles: If there is anything you want to do, or anyone you want to be, you have every resource and opportunity available to you.

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