What did you miss this week in Los Angeles? If fashion or food is your jam, then the answer here is: a lot. Gucci, Maje and Burberry had a big week in the City of Angeles, which also saw the opening of a Dom Perignon pop-up bar at the Beverly Wilshire and the re-opening of Power House Hollywood.
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Haute Hollywood took a break from the Halloween revelry this week to celebrate art, film, and everything in between. See what you might have missed and what you can still catch next week, both of which, incidentally, include Audi’s amazing AFI Fest.
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What a week in LA! Gucci and Barneys New York have unveiled their new looks, while Ian Schrager has been announced as the man behind the Marriott Edition hotel opening on Sunset. Here is all the news you might have missed this week in the City of Angels.
The Chelsea Flower Show is going high-end this year! Fashion powerhouse Gucci recently announced its plans to take part in the iconic horticulture event by debuting a garden based on its signature Flora print. Landscape and garden designer Sarah Eberle created the lively exhibit, which will…Read The Full Post
Jack of all trades James Franco is at it again: the 35-year-old actor, professor, producer, poet, photographer and artist not only stars in, but also directed, Gucci’s latest ad campaign.
LACMA toasted its hautest event of the season Nov. 2 at its third annual Art + Film Gala. $4.1 million was raised at the event, which honored artist David Hockney and Academy Award-winning director Martin Scorsese. Leonardo DiCaprio and LACMA trustee Eva Chow co-hosted the…Read The Full Post
Swipe your black card for these high-end finds that complement your style and support a great cause! With the cold weather approaching, now is the time to strike a balance between fashion and function. These charitable products make it easy to accomplish both! Stock up on…Read The Full Post
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) toasted its hautest event of the season on Saturday evening at its third annual Art+Film Gala. $4.1 million was raised at the event, which honored artist David Hockney and Academy Award-winning director Martin Scorsese and was co-chaired by Scorsese staple Leonardo DiCaprio and LACMA trustee Eva Chow.
Martin Scorsese was apologetic that he couldn’t be on hand to present the world premiere of the newly restored Rebel Without a Cause, but he very nicely sent a stand-in: his frequent star, Leonardo DiCaprio. The 38-year-old actor explained to the crowd gathered at LACMA on Friday evening that the director was “stuck in New York finishing our film Wolf of Wall Street.”