Book launches, art exhibitions, workshops, live music and other performances all take place in this nondescript space along the LA River in Downtown LA.Vogue calls this spot “the art store-cum-gallery that always keeps you guessing.” Their website, which is as outlandish as their name, lists upcoming events and current exhibitions.
Mister Freedom is like your grandpa’s garage…only cooler. Stacked with Depression-era clothing, Rockabilly accessories, vintage Army field outfits and home goods dating back to the 1850s, this store is an absolute must-see.
Unwind and find your inner zen amongst Hollywood A-listers and DTLA’s trendsetters in the one of the Arts District’s newest converted warehouses: a holistic spa featuring yoga, energy healing, meditation workshops and a raw vegan cafe. It’s the chillest place to see and be seen. Find out more about The Springs here.
Shopping at Poketo is more akin to an art gallery experience than a trendy boutique. The design-driven retailer infuses art into daily life through a carefully curated collection of lifestyle products created with both function and whimsy in mind. Located in the Line Hotel right down the street, the boutique regularly hosts events such as…
On the cutting edge of jewelry design is Koreatown’s LynnBan, whose statement-making rings, cuffs and earrings have been worn by stars like Beyoncé, Rihanna and Madonna. Striking and sculptural, Lynn Ban’s work is unmistakably cool and refreshingly modern. Check out her designs on her website or in select retailer boutiques across the country.
If you’ve ever felt lost in Crate&Barrel or totally overwhelmed by Ikea, this is just the service for you. Take a personal style quiz, and an interior designer will send you a curated box of home decor goods every month. Keep the pieces you love, and return the things you don’t. Now you can Netflix and chill in style.
Drawing in L.A.: The 1960s and 70s Need some creative inspiration? Come see LACMA’s newest exhibit showcasing the drawings of nearly 50 LA-based artists from the 60s and 70s…before the rise of Photoshop. Their work comes from several genres, including realism and abstract, and utilize a variety of mediums that include pencil, charcoal, ink and…
Koreatown-based blogger Eugénie Grey is taking the fashion world by storm with her edgy, rocker-chic #OOTD’s (outfits of the day) and fearless pastel-hued hair. Her blog, Feral Creature, has been featured in Nylon, Vogue Italia, Allure and Refinery29. Follow her Instagram for daily fashion inspiration and food envy photos shot all over Los Angeles, including…
Maria Stanley—the LA-based designer who’s adored by Beyoncé—has just launched a new line, and we’re in love. Effortlessly chic, quirky and simultaneously classic, Woodrow is the contemporary collection your wardrobe has been waiting for.
Celebrity florist Eric Buterbaugh has taken his love of blossoms to the next level: dreamy, hand-poured candles that will fill your whole apartment with notes of rose, jasmine, hyacinth and lavender. Find out more about his beautiful Beverly Hills flagship store here.