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Tiffany & Co. Post Street Reopening

February 16, 2017

Tiffany & Co. feted the 25th anniversary of its Post Street locale in San Francisco by opening the doors to a revamped, glimmering new outpost, where they hosted a lavish reopening party along with the San Francisco Ballet on February 9. Borrowing inspiration from its previous New York City Fifth Avenue flagship and its current 1930s Deco…

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Spotlight: Anne Sage + Light Lab

January 25, 2017
When it comes to creating refined digital content, stylist and author Anne Sage has it covered. Since first breaking into the digital sphere in 2008, Sage has won over a loyal following with her lifestyle blog, City Sage, and well-edited Instagram feed (@citysage)—chock-full of dreamy interiors, decor ideas, recipes and style inspiration all presented in a beautiful muted palette. This…

Spotlight: How to Eat Paleo‘s Cynthia Spivey

November 30, 2016
“When I started eating Paleo, I looked for an interesting guidebook to explain the what and why, in simple language and an approachable format,” recalls Santa Barbara-based blogger and culinary maven Cynthia Spivey of easing into the clean, nutrient-rich diet nearly four years ago to improve her health. “I didn’t want something super serious and overwhelming and I didn’t…

Spotlight: Crave and Cook‘s Virginie Degryse

November 21, 2016
When it comes to whipping up healthy-yet-heartwarming meals for guests, lifestyle blogger, home cook and mother-of-three Virginie Degryse knows a thing or two about low-maintenance dishes that are sure to impress. “I grew up learning and cooking with my mom and grandma during the holiday seasons,” says the Los Angeles-based culinary maven, whose year-old online recipe platform,…

Spotlight: Pop-Up Magazine’s Doug McGray

November 01, 2016
Doug McGray never set out to launch a live show. A writer for magazines such as the The New York Times Magazine and The New Yorker, he fell into working for cult-fave podcast This American Life. “I realized I knew millions of writers and hardly any radio people. Why were these worlds so separate?” says the…

Spotlight: Hillary Thomas

October 21, 2016
Known for infusing her eclectic, sophisticated élan into California residences up and down the state, interior designer Hillary Thomas is well-versed in the art of stylish West Coast living. Her countless design projects—ranging from midcentury modern retreats to vintage nouveau abodes and cozy coastal cottages—have become a fixture in magazines and online décor sites. When she isn’t…

Spotlight: Jacquie Aiche

October 20, 2016
“Fashion has always been a vessel for social change and a form of personal expression,” said Jacquie Aiche. “It helps change the stigma around the ‘stoner culture.’” And nobody is more committed to leading the charge than the jewelry designer and L.A. native, known for her namesake gemstone-laden fine jewelry, including her cannabis-inspired Sweet Leaf…

Spotlight: Mill Valley Film Festival

October 12, 2016
Thursday, October 6 marked the opening night of the 39th annual Mill Valley Film Festival. The night kicked off at CinéArts Sequoia with the highly anticipated Lionsgate release La La Land, starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling as they sing, dance and charm their way through director Damien Chazelle’s musical tribute to dreamers and artists, Hollywood, and filmmaking itself.…

Johnnie-O + Malibu Beach Inn

September 30, 2016
Boutique oceanfront getaway Malibu Beach Inn has joined creative forces with L.A. lifestyle brand Johnnie-O to bring vacation-goers and local denizens an extra dose of West Coast prep. Through the end of October, the boutique inn is offering guests an extended summer package, dubbed the Summer of Johnnie-O special, which includes the choice of a premier beachfront…

Spotlight: Doug Aitken Q+A

September 12, 2016
In our September issue, artist Doug Aitken invited C into his home and studio to jam on his sonic tables and discuss his upcoming survey at MOCA, “Doug Aitken: Electric Earth.” Aitken, who just announced a groundbreaking underwater installation of mirrored “pavilions” off of Catalina Island in conjunction with the exhibition (and is represented by Regen…

Spotlight: Westbound

June 29, 2016
Downtown L.A. newcomer Westbound is quickly becoming one of the Arts District’s most sought-after watering holes for its vintage-inspired décor, craft cocktails and American bites, by way of Mélisse-trained chef Gary Nguyen. Set on the grounds of the original 1893 Santa Fe Railroad La Grande Station, the Studio Collective-designed space pays homage to the classic train car…

Spotlight: Chef Marcel Vigneron

June 28, 2016
For chef Marcel Vigneron, zero-waste is the name of the game. Commanding the kitchen at Wolf, his hip new eatery on Melrose, the former Top Chef contestant takes a conscious approach to his ingredients by incorporating all edible parts into his cooking (you’ll find no peeled carrots here). Combined with seasonal, locally sourced products, it’s…

Spotlight: BottleRock Napa Valley 2016

June 03, 2016
As yellow beach balls bounced above the audience, buoyed by beats from such bands as The Lumineers, Death Cab for Cutie, and Atlas Genius, as well as performances by Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine and Lenny Kravitz, wine country’s fourth annual BottleRock Napa Valley festival kicked off the region’s music-filled summer season on…

Spotlight: Highland Park Bowl

May 11, 2016
There are multiple ways to stage a strike in Los Angeles. The newest and most chic venue for one is the newly renovated and reopened Highland Park Bowl, where one skilled roll of a perfectly calibrated ball knocks down a row of vintage pins. The space, a Spanish revival design originally built in 1927, is…

Spotlight: Issey Miyake

April 21, 2016
With festival season well under way, the brilliantly functional creations of of Japanese designer Issey Miyake are again front-of-mind with the launch of Issey Miyake (Taschen)—a limited edition tribute to pleated fabrics and a host of other innovations—sandwiched inside a tote sure to catch any street style photographer’s eye. Inside, the volume includes a veritable chronology of…

Spotlight: Reigning Men

April 07, 2016
Such creatives as Miles Davis and David Bowe are 20th century examples of men whose sartorial tastes ran toward hexagonal glasses and unitards—but who also knew their way around Brooks Brothers and Saville Row suits. The Los Angeles Country Museum of Art‘s new exhibition, Reigning Men: Fashion In Menswear, 1715-2015, and the accompanying DelMonico Books…

Spotlight: Styling Nature

April 01, 2016
There is a stillness and beauty in the foliage and blooms that floral designer Lewis Miller selects for his arrangements. His airy work brings sprigs of pine trees, poppies or wild strawberries into both the dark corners and light-filled windows of New York flats and boutiques including Bergdorf Goodman, Givenchy, and Chanel. Miller has said…

Spotlight: Oscar de la Renta

March 15, 2016
“One always tried to live up to Oscar’s standards,” says André Leon Talley in the introduction to Oscar de la Renta (DelMonico Books), the new volume by Jennifer Park and Molly Sorkin accompanying the retrospective on view at the de Young museum in San Francisco through May 30. “He had the most impeccable manners, like…
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