Hot Yoga in the Boneyard. It may sound creepy, but the “boneyard” is what the Neon Museum calls its outdoor exhibit space filled with vintage neon signs. It’s also where you can take an hourlong, Vinyasa-style yoga class Wednesday, July 10 and 24, and Aug. 7 and 21. … [Read more...] about Las Vegas: 5 things you can do in summer
For those who are shy about introducing color and botanical motifs, Dabito said, “Start with artwork. Get a few pieces of artwork, see how it feels in your space.” If it works, consider going further by layering with prints and patterns on decorative accessories, bedding, tableware, window coverings, upholstery – and yes, even live plants. … [Read more...] about Cultivating Style: The no-fail way to live with plants
Speaking of brand DNA, given that house founder Yves Saint Laurent had a deep personal connection to — and a home in — the Moroccan city of Marrakesh, it might seem like a missed opportunity not to stage the show there. But, as the final footfalls faded from the runway and the full breadth of the collection and its influences was in the rear-view mirror, it sort of made sense. The West — California in particular — has always been a beacon for the difficult-to-define, the other, the different, the square pegs chafing from round-hole society. If your jam is dressing like Jimi Hendrix and MC Hammer — at the same time — or you take your style cues from Matthew McConaughey’s character in the 2019 film “The Beach Bum,” this is the coast for you. … [Read more...] about Saint Laurent mines Mick Jagger by way of Marrakesh — in Malibu
Also, he said it’s possible that people today are witnessing history on a loop. “What follows this type of thing is, like, a full-on me, me, me, me sort of thing,” he said, referencing the Me Generation of the 1970s. “So now, it’s like: What’s going to happen next?” … [Read more...] about Fashion is having a seriously psychedelic moment
Schloss, a Chicago-born Parsons alumna who lives in L.A.’s Silver Lake neighborhood, explained that her debut collection had dual inspirations. ”My two main visual reference points were rhythmic gymnastics and robotics,” she said. “That was for two reasons: One is that aesthetically I’m really drawn to them [both], [the other is] that conceptually — and process-wise — it was really a great parallel. I tend to work very methodically and systematically and do everything in a very precise order, but I make things that look playful and light-hearted. If you look at gymnastics, for example, there’s such a regimen of training but the ultimate product is very beautiful and free-flowing.” … [Read more...] about Kanye-backed label Maisie Wilen debuts in downtown L.A.