Haute Author Cielestia Calbay
63 Articles from Cielestia Calbay
All those patriotic streamers and stars-and-stripes bags of chips can only mean one thing: Fourth of July is here. And while everyone will likely flock to Dodger Stadium or the Hollywood Bowl to check out the fireworks spectacle, there are plenty of other venues to bang out for the Fourth.
Supermodel Chanel Iman unleashed her inner Tim Gunn and helped shoppers “make it work,” as she played style advisor for the day on Saturday for the Sunglass Hut Style Tour in Santa Monica.
Designer Ralph Lauren’s daughter, Dylan, proves the apple didn’t fall too far from the tree, as the entrepreneur gets ready to open her famed Manhattan sweet shop, Dylan’s Candy Bar, in Los Angeles.
In a race against the statewide ban on foie gras effective on July 1, the city’s premier chefs are cooking up a weeklong feast fit for royalty to satisfy diners’ appetite for one final taste of the savory dish.
Viennese modernism pioneer Gustav Klimt will soon call The Getty Center home, as the museum will display more than 100 of the Symbolist painter’s drawings that have never before been exhibited in the U.S.
Those childhood fairytale dreams of owning your own castle may not be that far-fetched, as Hollywood’s historic Le Trianon building is, once again, up for sale.
Top Chef season 6 winner and ink. chef Michael Voltaggio will make at an appearance at the LA Festival this Wednesday, June 20 as a featured guest-artist in residence.
Melrose Avenue’s fashion boutique row just faced a casualty, as Arcade shuts down after nearly four years of business. Owner Rochelle Gores closed down the shop at the end of May to focus on consulting for the fashion and retail division of her father’s private equity firm, The Gores Group.
Singer Barbra Streisand opened her Malibu home to the likes of former President Bill Clinton in a fundraising dinner last night to benefit female cardiovascular research and the Barbra Streisand Women’s Heart Center at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Veteran and up-and-coming filmmakers head to Tinseltown as the Los Angeles Film Festival opens tonight in a cinematic melting pot of documentaries, cult favorites, and everything in between, to satisfy film junkies of all ages.