Haute Author

  • NAME Alison Cavatore
  • BIO Alison Cavatore is a lifestyle and travel writer. Born to an American mother and Basque father, Alison has lived in the U.S., Holland, France, Canada and Switzerland. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and her Master’s Degree in Print Journalism from the University of Miami in Florida. She currently lives in the Washington, DC area with her French/German husband.

Articles By Alison Cavatore

Check Out Celine’s LA-Centric New Promo Video

French fashion house Céline has released a new promo video on the homepage of its website. Directed by Jeff Burton, the video is a “love letter to Los Angeles” and includes numerous city landmarks. Read More

Former Prada Epicenter Director Opens Guerilla Atelier Downtown

Carl Louisville, the former Prada Beverly Hills Epicenter director, has opened Guerilla Atelier in downtown Los Angeles. The 30-day concept shop was designed to “feel like a boutique in the Marais district of Paris,” and include exclusive fashion and décor brands. Read More

Famous Parisian ‘Starlette’ Cake Arrives in Beverly Hills

After 27 successful years in France, Michele La Porta is heading to Beverly Hills to share her sweet secrets for a no sugar, no flour, no eggs, no butter and no fat cake. Popular among Parisian celebrities like Carla Bruni-Sarkozy and Karen Mulder, the Starlette Cake can now be found at numerous luxe locations across LA. Read More

David Nayfeld and Michael Voltaggio Collaborative Dinner at Ink in Downtown LA

Chef David Nayfeld, formerly the sous chef at Eleven Madison Park in New York, is heading to downtown Los Angeles to helm the kitchen at an unnamed project that is expected to open in late summer of 2013. On June 4, Nayfeld will team up with chef Michael Voltaggio at Ink to introduce himself to the culinary insides of L.A. Read More

AllSaints Malibu Now Open

British fashion house AllSaints has opened a year-long 1,745-square-foot pop-up store in Malibu. Offering summer-focused merchandise and accessories for men and women, the store features vintage sewing machines, hanging looms and single-rail carts on concrete floors. Read More