WCMG Events threw a major event the other night for Chloe Sevigny and Johan Lindeberg celebrating the unveiling of ABSOULUT ELYX, plus the unveiling of its new Integrity campaign featuring Chloe, with photographs by Johan. Chloe looks amazing in the photographs, like a strong, independent…Read The Full Post
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Actress Chloe Sevigny has put her East Village co-op on the market a month after extolling it’s dark, low-ceilinged, “womb-like” virtues in New York magazine’s design issue.
Sabrina Chapman, Haute Living’s New York Online Editor had a quick Q&A with Diaz of Ion Studios backstage at Jane Hotel for the Candela Presentation.
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Coach heralded the reopening of its Rodeo Drive boutique with a private concert and a load of fashion-loving celebrities on Dec. 11.
Fred Segal, once the ultimate retailer of Los Angeles-bred cool that was made mention of in classic L.A. films like Less Than Zero and Clueless, is losing its niche luster. And the opening of outlets at LAX and Las Vegas’s SLS Hotel is making long-time fans of the stores worry that the brand is dwindling in its dedication to L.A. fashion and becoming corporatized.
These worries are not unfounded, but luckily Los Angeles is never lacking in cutting-edge stores delivering luxury fashions for whatever look you are going for.
Last week the NYC fashion and art scene buzzed about the announcement of the Summer Party hosted on the Highline by Coach along with Friends of the Highline.
This haute power couple has one primary thing in common: their love of technology. Prior to co-founding Cloudera, Jeff Hammerbacher conceived, built, and led the data team at Facebook, and has since been coined the “data scientist” of Silicon Valley.
The Museum of Contemporary Art had a lot to celebrate on Saturday night. Not only did MOCA welcome its new director, Philippe Vergne, but it also celebrated its 35th anniversary, the opening of its exhibition Mike Kelley and raised a whopping $2.4 million for museum funding.
It’s the start of a new era at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Philippe Vergne officially filled Jeffrey Deitch’s shoes earlier this month when he became MOCA’s newest Director. To celebrate, the museum will welcome Vergne at its annual gala on March 29.