Here are James Jeans founder James Chung’s top 7 tips on how to wear denim this fall. Hint: you won’t need more than heels and a blazer to make his new second-skin Twiggy Dancer the perfect item for a night out in Tinseltown.
- NAME Laura Schreffler
- BIO Laura Schreffler may not have been born in Los Angeles, but she considers herself to be a tried and true California girl. This former columnist, celebrity editor and pop culture expert plans on riding off into the Hollywood sunset as she enjoys the life of a gal about (Tinsel)town as the Los Angeles Editor of Haute Living. She lives to travel, loves beauty, adventure sports and being mischievous. Her first book - a dating guide - will be published this fall.
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The word “Rockefeller” implies glamour, riches, and a bygone era. While that isn’t exactly what you’ll find at The Rockefeller, a New York style gastropub by the beach, you will thoroughly enjoy your experience here.
What did you miss in the City of Angels this week? If you haven’t heard about Leonardo DiCaprio’s massive $2 million donation or the arrival of Diane von Furstenberg’s wrap shop at the Americana at Brand, you need to. Catch up on all your news here.
WME partner Richard Weitz was the guest of honor on Monday at the Bernie Brillstein Golf Classic, held at the Wilshire Country Club.
As the host of the new original series Car Matchmaker, Spike Fersten takes a prospective car buyer on a journey they’ll never forget. On his new show, the Emmy nominated writer, who previously worked with both David Letterman and on Seinfeld, meets with a buyer desperately looking for their ideal vehicle. Spike gets to know them, and then uses his humor, passion and automotive knowledge to find three different cars perfectly suited to that person. Expect to see a few of Spike’s celebrity pals such as Seth Meyers, Jerry Seinfeld, Will Forte and even Fabio to make cameos this season. In celebration of his new series, Spike decided to share his picks for the top luxury cars on the market. Warning (or is that a challenge?), these haute autos certainly cost a few pretty pennies…and then some.