Tagged: Los Angeles

Dad Hats at the LAABF

Dad Hats at the LAABF

We paid a visit to this year’s Los Angeles Art Book Fair to find out what was on people’s minds (and heads.)

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Behind the Scenes: Rachel Comey Fall 2017

Behind the Scenes: Rachel Comey Fall 2017

We went behind the scenes of the Rachel Comey’s FW2017 presentation at the Hauser Wirth & Schimmel gallery in downtown LA to get an inside look at the clothing that modern women actually wear.

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A Sunday with Haley Boyd

A Sunday with Haley Boyd

We spend a Sunday with the woman who has come to epitomize Los Angeles cool.

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A Sunday with Patrick Carroll

A Sunday with Patrick Carroll

Augustus Britton spends a Sunday, and a bit of Saturday night, with actor Patrick Carroll.

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Calm Guide: Los Angeles

Calm Guide: Los Angeles

Our guide to blissing out in the California sun.

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Coachella: The Other 50 Weeks

Coachella: The Other 50 Weeks

The Coachella Music Festival has made the sleepy southern California valley a household name, this weekend we take a look at the what the valley is like when the music stops playing.

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Women of Cinefamily

Women of Cinefamily

We chat with a group of film makers and fans working to expand the definition of Women’s Film – and add a whole lot of films to our ‘Must Watch’ list in the process.

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Los Angeles in 35mm

Los Angeles in 35mm

Sean Santiago turns his lens to Los Angeles, the city that takes shape at eye-level.

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Studio Visit: Donald Robertson

Studio Visit: Donald Robertson

We pay a visit to the lush LA home of art director and fashion illustrator Donald Robertson.

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Studio Visit: Jesse Kamm

Studio Visit: Jesse Kamm

In the ten years since founding her eponymous womenswear label, Jesse Kamm has established herself as a paragon of California cool.

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The Broad, Los Angeles

The Broad, Los Angeles

After years in construction in its prominent DTLA location on Grand Avenue, The Broad at last opens its doors today. Our friend, architect Alfonso Medina of T38 Studio, considers what the gleaming new sculpture means for L.A.   

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Explorist: Elise Mesner

Explorist: Elise Mesner

This Detroit-based #Explorist is well-known for the colorful, whimsical world she creates through photography. We trace her sunshine roadtrip from Detroit to L.A. and back again.

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Studio Visit: Building Block

Studio Visit: Building Block

We visited the Building Block‘s Los Angeles studio for the brand new issue of Human Being Journal. These are a few dreamy 35mm outtakes from Nastassia Clucas‘ shoot with the sisters behind the brand, Kim and Nancy Wu. This season, in addition to their minimalist yet superlative handbags and signature tassels, we’re also very happy to […]

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At Home: Eddie Chacon & Sissy Sainte Marie

At Home: Eddie Chacon & Sissy Sainte Marie

Life is a wonderful, mercurial adventure. Something inauspicious might lead unexpectedly to transformative connection or opportunity. One very chance encounter between Eddie Chacon and Sissy Sainte-Marie changed led a remarkable creative relationship and a real symbiosis, underpinned by unwavering trust, love and mutual support. Despite their circuitous path to one another, it’s hard to say that […]

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Interview: Song Exploder

Interview: Song Exploder

Hrishikesh Hirway, with his brilliant podcast Song Exploder, interviews music artists from across genres to uncover the significance their iconic tracks hold to the artists themselves. In intimate interviews with big names across genres, the podcast tells fascinating stories of a song’s genesis and formation, from backstories of mended friendships and improbable collaborations, to minutiae from the production process […]

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Studio Visit : Scott Laufer

Studio Visit : Scott Laufer

As we walk to the car at the end of a visit to his studio in the back of a Los Angeles bungalow, Scott Laufer points out the zombie figurine in the yard of the home across the street. “They put it up a few nights ago and I jumped the first time I saw […]

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Introducing: Ahlem

Introducing: Ahlem

It goes without saying that we’re fans of everything in our store. But every so often, we come across a new label with some X factor that makes us weak in the knees. Ahlem’s got it in spades, thanks to stunning product and the moxie of its founder, Ahlem Manai-Platt. Ahlem is a gregarious and lovely française who’s […]

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Introducing: John Elliott + Co

Introducing: John Elliott + Co

No hyperbole: John Elliott + Co.’s basics are stop-you-in-your-tracks excellent. They evince an off-the-charts level of attention to detail, and it is clear they are the products of a labor of love. Pick up a John Elliott sweatshirt and pore over its seams, its hidden pockets and the plain goodness of its construction. They’re made in […]

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Human: Erin Spens

Human: Erin Spens

Erin Spens is the founder and editor of the nomadic biannual, Boat. Part travel magazine, part sociogeographic study, each issue focuses on a different city around the world. But rather than reporting from afar, Spens and her team move twice a year to immerse themselves in the city of choice—so far they’ve covered Sarajevo, Detroit, […]

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City Guide: Los Angeles

City Guide: Los Angeles

Los Angeles is absurd and fast and beguiling and ugly and untamed and cosmopolitan and beautiful and even today feels like it’s on the cultural frontier. The California mega-metropolis built over bulldozed fruit groves remains the undisputed king of entertainment, with generations of unwavering preeminence in music and film. But beyond its cultural clout, it […]

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