Haute Author Alison Cavatore
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Frank Gehry has announced he will return to the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) for a large exhibition on local architects on June 16. Gehry’s fellow award-winning architect, Thom Mayne, will also be involved in the exhibition.
Terra Group, One Sotheby’s International Realty and architect Rene Gonzalez have launched a new 18-story, 10-unit luxury condominium called Glass in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood. On May 8, the launch took place at the rooftop of RED, The Steakhouse with 250 of Miami’s industry elites.
Meredith Kaplan hosted a celebrity-filled soiree at her Holmby Hills mansion with around 240 handbags from 200 designers for the 10th annual bag lunch to benefit P.S. Arts.
The Los Angeles Contemporary Museum of Art (LACMA) will unveil a new design by Swiss architect Peter Zumthor on June 9. Museum Director Michael Govan and Zumthor have been working to create a new building along Wilshire Boulevard.
Overlooking downtown Los Angeles, the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, also known as the ‘Temple to the Stars,’ will be receiving a $150 million reboot. The city’s oldest synagogue will reopen just in time for the summer.
The Strand House is jumping into summer in style with a new seaside offering of seafood service from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., including caviar, oysters and champagne.
The opening of Fast and Furious 6 was the biggest Universal Pictures has ever seen, with a gross record of $120 million. The action-packed film beat its predecessor, Fast Five (or Fast & Furious 5), which brought in $83.6 million domestically.
Santa Monica’s landmark Italian restaurant, Valentino, has been listed for sale for $4.9 million by owner Piero Selvaggio.
Los Angeles auction house, Profiles in History, is expected to auction off a letter written by Marilyn Monroe on Thursday, and it is estimated to be worth between $30,000 and $50,000.
Malibu’s Borman Residence, designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, has been listed for $57.5 million. Built in 1989 for Burton Borman, who passed away last year, the home features six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and 11,413 square feet of living space.