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90 MAKING A SPLASH
With the debut of her first film this summer, L.A.’s homegrown supermodel Chanel Iman is just beginning to show her cards.
98 THE CONSTANT GARDENER
A fresh spin on nostalgic entertaining, courtesy of Rose Story Farm’s Danielle Hahn.
104 TWO FOR THE ROAD A pair of free-spirited trailblazers are ready to cruise in the season’s retro looks.
116 BALANCING ACT Model Angela Lindvall opens her expansive Topanga Canyon property as a retreat for wellness seekers in one of Southern California’s favorite hippie idylls.
120 THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE For Dewey and Stephanie Nicks, a bespoke abode in Carpinteria led to an extended vacation.
ON OUR COVER CHANEL IMAN photographed by Gilles Bensimon. See Shopping by Deborah Afshani at The Wall Group. HAIR Dennis Gots at The Wall Group. MAKEUP Mélanie Inglessis at Forward Artists. MANICURE Debbie Leavitt at Nailing Hollywood.
MAKING A SPLASH, La Perla swimsuit, Estate Cartier earrings, Estate Tiffany & Co. bracelets and Estate Hermès ring, p.90.
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20 FOUNDER’S LETTER The Golden State’s time to shine.
22 C PEOPLE Who’s who behind the scenes of C.
29 C WHAT’S HOT No filter: Four bloggers from across the state share their favorite new things for summer. Plus, the best beachside books of the season.
42 REPORTS FROM THE SOCIAL FRONT 47 C FASHION Perfectly suited: The new understated line Bikyni turns the tide on swimwear shopping. Ojai welcomes a travel-inspired boutique. Updated turquoise jewels.
59 C BEAUTY Poppy Delevingne toasts her appointment at Jo Malone London. Oliver Peoples and Byredo make a spectacle.
65 C DESIGN Treasure hunter and designer Amy Meier sets up shop in Rancho Santa Fe. Soane Britain brings its English sensibility stateside. Parks and rec: stylish outdoor games.
73 C MENU Grassroots: Moby prepares to open the doors to his neighborhood vegan eatery in Silver Lake. The new ingredient spicing up summer dishes.
79 C TRAVEL The shores of Cannes provide the perfect backdrop for Dior Cruise 2016 and your next Mediterranean holiday.
Tappan Collective crosses the art-world divide. Open-air movies and concerts up and down the coast.
129 SHOPPING GUIDE 130 C CALIFORNIA The spirit of Lake Tahoe, Slim Aarons-style. TWO FOR THE ROAD, Diane von Furstenberg dress, Mara Carrizo Scalise necklace and ring, and B.C.E. Jewelry ring, p.104.
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we, like many of our readers, I’d wager, still greet the month of June with giddy
excitement. There’s something about the season, even more so than the rest of the year, that
inspires freewheeling getaways, outdoor adventures and the types of social gatherings that
photo albums are made for. While in other parts of the country you might have to travel a distance for these luxuries, we find them in our own backyards—quite literally the case for Art Luna and Tim Clarke, and Dewey and Stephanie Nicks, whose respective beach homes in Malibu and Carpinteria, featured in “The Way We Are” (p.68) and “The Bright Side of Life” (p.120), each offer a yearround sense of vacation. Which is why this issue is dedicated to our favorite local people and things. Take, for instance, model and mother Angela Lindvall, who has turned her bucolic Topanga Canyon hideaway into a wellness destination, complete with yurt and yoga studio (“Balancing Act,” p.116). This summer, she launches the first of a series of threeday retreats, helmed by a team of healers trained in everything from yoga to acupuncture
and bodywork. In the same vein, the beloved Cal-a-Vie spa (“C’est La Vie,” p.62) also offers ample opportunity for guests to unwind, including a newly introduced wine series that
encourages ending a day of relaxation and rejuvenation with carefully curated tastings. And
in Carpinteria, prizewinning rosarian Danielle Hahn treats a handful of partygoers to the ultimate escape: a fragrant alfresco luncheon amid the blooms of more than 30,000 rose bushes (“The Constant Gardener,” p.98). Of course, no summer is complete without plenty of time spent poolside, as cover star Chanel Iman demonstrates in the season’s must-have swimwear (“Making a Splash,” p.90). Catch the model in her big-screen debut this summer in the acclaimed new comedy Dope,
which was filmed in Los Angeles. In addition to these beautiful features, we also turn to four of the state’s most sophisticated bloggers for their top picks of the season (“Insta-Summer,” p.29). They provide ideas for keeping summer wardrobes on point and itineraries action-packed, but most importantly they remind us to have fun and take
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WHO’S WHO BEHIND THE SCENES OF THIS MONTH’S ISSUE, PLUS THEIR FAVORITE CALIFORNIA PLACES
Gilles Bensimon “It made me as anxious as if I were about to climb the Himalayas,” jokes celebrated French fashion photographer Gilles Bensimon of his state of mind while shooting this month’s cover with model Chanel Iman in “Making a Splash” (p.90). Bensimon has plenty of experience collaborating with stunning women—the lensman, whose work has appeared in Vogue Paris and Vogue Australia, made his name discovering supermodels and shooting the likes of Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington and Madonna. C SPOTS • Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood • Malibu • The Chrome Hearts factory in Los Angeles
Christopher Ferguson “We shot over a couple of days so the crew got to have fun together,” says photographer Christopher Ferguson of working on the fashion feature “Two for the Road” (p.104). Ferguson, whose client list includes L’Officiel and Wrangler, splits time between L.A. and NYC and is currently developing a feature film. C SPOTS • Mickey McColgan’s in Hermosa Beach • Irv’s
Burgers in WeHo—the best burger in town • The
“After traveling the last few summers abroad,
corner of La Brea Avenue and Santa Monica
Boulevard in Los Angeles for people-watching
working on this issue reminded me of all that I have yet to discover in California,” says C Assistant Editor Lindsay Kindelon. “At the top of my list: Ojai and all its inherent beauty.” The California native currently resides in Westlake Village. C SPOTS • Fourth of July on Balboa Island in Newport Beach • Afternoon lunch and rosé at Nobu Malibu • Rancho Camulos Museum in Piru for its lush history and grounds
Nancy Neil “Visiting the Rose Story Farm is always an unforgettable experience,” says Los Angeles-based editorial and portrait photographer Nancy Neil of shooting the outdoor entertaining story “The Constant Gardener” (p.98). She is currently working on a large-format portrait project in her Downtown studio. C SPOTS • Fix Coffee in Echo Park • Tavin boutique, where I always find a new addition to my wardrobe • Dune in Atwater Village for the best Mediterranean lunch
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WHO’S WHO BEHIND THE SCENES OF THIS MONTH’S ISSUE, PLUS THEIR FAVORITE CALIFORNIA PLACES
Dewey Nicks “Because we’re near the ocean, the house is really affected by weather and sunlight; when it’s low enough to stream in through the windows, or when the sunset changes the colors of the rooms,” says photographer Dewey Nicks, who captured his illuminated Carpinteria home throughout the day for “The Bright Side of Life” (p.120). The lensman has shot international advertising campaigns in Tuscany, Oahu, Paris, and The Bahamas and his work has appeared in GQ and The New York Times. C SPOTS • Sea Ranch Lodge • Asanebo in Studio City • L’Horizon Palm Springs
Shane Paish “Growing up in Australia, I road-tripped a lot. The Australian coastline looks very similar to Ojai and it reminds me of my boarding school days,” says Shane Paish, the makeup artist extraordinaire behind our summer fashion portfolio, “Two for the Road” (p.104). Paish is also beauty editor-at-large for Vogue Australia and has created effortless looks for stars including Charlize Theron and Michelle Monaghan. C SPOTS • Bacara Resort & Spa in
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Santa Barbara • Violet Grey on Melrose Place • The Getty Villa in Malibu
“Summer is my hands-down favorite time of year in California—I’m a beach and ocean addict—and I had the best time researching and writing about the state’s coolest and most
innovative brands for the
L.A.-based makeup artist Mélanie Inglessis sums up the experience
fashion pages,” says writer
of working on cover story “Making a Splash” (p.90) as “so much
Kathryn Romeyn, who
fun—relaxing and creative.” Inglessis honed her technique under
also contributes to Pret-a-
Charlotte Tilbury, Pat McGrath and Val Garland, and her clients
Reporter, Elle Australia and
include Kate Hudson, Lea Michele, Rosamund Pike and Olivia
Quest magazine. This year,
Wilde. C SPOTS • A midcentury architecture tour in Palm Springs
she is spending the warm
• Camping in Joshua Tree • Huntington Dog Beach
season in Paris, the South of France and Indonesia. C SPOTS • Santa Barbara’s Inspiration Point hike • • Healdsburg in Sonoma
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Behind the Scenes
Supermodel Chanel Iman was in fine company with renowned French fashion photographer Gilles Bensimon on location in Pacific Palisades for “Making a Splash” (p.90). She was especially grateful for the beautiful weather, since much of the day was spent in the pool.
The Summer Issue
OUR ’70S-TINGED FASHION SHOOT IN OJAI (“TWO FOR THE ROAD,” P.104) FEATURED AN “INVASION FROM DOWN UNDER”—FROM THE MODELS TO THE PHOTOGRAPHER TO THE MAKEUP ARTIST.
Tim Clarke (left) and Art Luna boarded a golf cart— the preferred mode of transport in their Paradise Cove neighborhood—in between shooting their designer mobile home for “The Way We Are” (p.68). Luna cued up Hawaiian tunes to create a summery atmosphere, and served everyone a Malibu Seafoodsourced lobster Cobb salad with lightly boiled corn and rosé for an early dinner on the beach.
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CLARKE AND LUNA: JESSICA SAMPLE
TOP LEFT: HEIDI SWANSON. TOP RIGHT: ARNA BEE. BOTTOM LEFT: KATE BRIEN. BOTTOM RIGHT: LIZZIE GARRETT METTLER
With their fingers on the pulse of all things new and cool in California, four widely followed bloggers share what’s topping their lists this season CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT The S.F. kitchen of 101 Cookbooks’ Heidi Swanson. Samantha Wennerstrom of the Santa Barbara-based fashion/lifestyle site Could I Have That? The traveling lens of L.A.’s Lizzie Garrett Mettler, as seen on Tomboy Style and The Reed. Angeleno Kate Brien’s View From The Topp.
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In 2013, stylist Kate Brien inadvertently launched View from the Topp when she decided to start chronicling her daily outfits. Today, Brien’s artful photography is a source of endless inspiration and guidance—especially for the shoe-obsessed. Followers can also “shopp” Brien’s favorite looks, from stripes and tie-dye to Birkenstocks and d’Orsay flats. Kate Brien 1
1 Jon & Vinny’s Italian restaurant. 412 N. Fairfax Ave., L.A. 2 Herbivore Botanicals Coconut Milk Bath Soak, $32. 3 Earth Tu Face Skin Stick, $34. 4 Chloé brass Erika cuff, $630. 5 Jason Bailer Losh sculpture, Incognito, 2015. 6 Wonder Valley olive oil, $33. 7 Céline suede flats, $730. 8 David Kitz print, Plants, 2013. 9 Apiece Apart Spring/Summer 2015. 10 Mansur Gavriel Mini Bucket Bag, $410, Barneys New York. 11 The band Wardell.
DREAM DAY My perfect summer day would start with a morning walk to Cofax (cofaxcoffee.com) in West Hollywood for a latte (and maybe a doughnut). Next I would head up the coast to Charmlee Wilderness Park in Malibu with my fiance and my pup for a hike and a picnic full of goodies from John’s Garden (johnsgardenmalibu.com). After a quick dip in the ocean, we’d return home for an afternoon siesta. In the evening, I’d have friends over for homemade tacos and margaritas in our backyard.
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Lizzie Garrett Mettler’s androgynous, travel-minded fashion sensibility was first introduced in 2010 on her blog, Tomboy Style (tomboystyle.blogspot.com). This past spring, the veteran writer and frequent flier set off on a new adventure: The Reed (the-reed.com) is part shop (with such finds as a vintage 1970s Céline folio), part blog and part travel site. 1
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1 Dinosaur Coffee, 4334 Sunset Blvd Blvd., L.A. 2 Brookes Boswell straw Ranger Panama hat, $190. 3 Lite+Cycle lavender candle, $45. 4 Ostrich Farm restaurant, Kristi Head 1525 W. Sunset Blvd., L.A. 5 Kristi gold Smash rings, $180/each. 6 Mattea Perrotta painting, It Ain’t California Ursa Major Essential Without You, 2014. 7 Ursa Face Wipes, $24. 8 Sabah shoes in Beirut Black, $190. 9 Armor Armor Lux shirt, $125. 10 Beryl Markham’s memoir, West With the Night, $10. 11 Joshu+Vela Boat tote, $265, the-reed.com.
DREAM DAY An early trail run in Griffith Park ending at the top of the Hollywood sign, then coffee and breakfast at Sqirl (sqirlla.com). A game of backgammon with my husband on our patio followed by a walk with our dog through Los Feliz and a sandwich from Larchmont Village Wine & Cheese (larchmontvillagewine.com). Home for an afternoon nap, then a movie at the ArcLight Hollywood (arclightcinemas.com), dinner at Angelini Osteria (angeliniosteria.com) with friends and a nightcap at Bar Stella (cafestella.com).
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GARRETT METTLER: NICOLE LAMOTTE FOR ONE KINGS LANE. DINOSAUR COFFEE AND OSTRICH FARM: ELIZABETH DANIELS PHOTOGRAPHY
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Heidi Swanson’s ’s decision to start 101Cookbooks in early 2003 was a straightforward one: “When you own over 100 cookbooks, it is time to stop buying, and time to start cooking.” Since then, she has featured thousands of healthy, whole-food recipes on the site— and also in print: Her fourth cookbook, Near & Far (Ten Speed Press, $29), is coming out this fall. And when she’s not in the kitchen, Swanson also runs the online culinary boutique Quitokeeto (quitokeeto.com). Heidi Swanson
1 Small Trade Company smock shirts, $300/each. 2 In Fiore Fleur Vibrante Haute Concentré compact, $95. 3 Heidi Swanson’s book, Near & Far (Ten Speed Press, $29). 4 Quitokeeto Palm necklace, $68. 5 Colleen Hennessey bowls, from $36/each. 6 Windmuehlenmesser kitchen knife, Afro-Beat $36. 7 Llane Alexis, Ll Orb No.70, 2014. 8 Afro-Beat Airways’ album West African Shock Waves: Ghana & Togo 1972-1979. 9 The Progress,, 1525 Fillmore St., A Detacher printed Lizzy dress, $670. S.F. 10 A
DREAM DAY Mornings often begin with a visit to the Ferry Building Farmers Market (cuesa.org) and a stop by the shops inside, including Boulettes Larder (bouletteslarder.com). I’m also a big fan of the brunch menu at Nopa (nopasf.com). For an active afternoon, I’ll hike the Arch Rock Trail from the Bear Valley Visitor Center to the coast in Point Reyes. And in the evening, The Monk’s Kettle (monkskettle.com) is a great place for a drink before dinner at Bar Tartine (bartartine.com).
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SWANSON: WAYNE BREMSER. MILL MERCANTILE: ANDREW PAYNTER. THE PROGRESS: ED ANDERSON. COLLEEN HENNESSEY: HEIDI SWANSON
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Samantha Wennerstrom’s breezy Santa Barbarabased fashion and lifestyle diary asks a simple but important question: Could I have that? Whether she’s pondering a new Chloé bag or what to order from Blue Apron, her queries captivate more than 100,000 followers. The simple answer from the new mom, beach-lover and businesswoman: Yes, you can have it all.
1 Will Adler’s print, Santa Barbara, 2014. 2 Jenni Kayne Feit sandals, $460. 3 The band Gardens & Villa. 4 Gladys Tamez Millinery The Esthella hat, $395. 5 Whistle Club boutique, 819 State St., S.B. 6 Heidi Merrick Summer 2015. 7 Sama Sama Kitchen, 1208 State St., S.B. 8 Grown Alchemist lip balm, $13. 9 Kendall Conrad bangles, $600/set. 10 Diani Living Moroccan towels, $85/each, and African basket, $80. 11 Céline tote, $1,450.
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DREAM DAY My husband, Todd, Elin (our 5-month-old baby girl) and I would head out for a walk to the Mission Rose Garden followed by brunch at Belmond El Encanto hotel (belmond.com/elencanto)—the Nutella French toast is a must. The next stop would be Montecito’s Fernald Point Beach with a stocked cooler. We’d swim, playing squash ball and beach bocce. Post-beach shopping and a smoothie at Pierre Lafond (pierrelafond.com), and finally dinner and cocktails at The Lark (thelarksb.com).
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Almost a decade after opening the celeb-treasured Switch boutique in Beverly Hills, Cali-bred sisters Jennifer and Julia Cohen have ventured up the hill to unveil Switch Bel Air. Expect a hyper-discerning designer medley (spanning Victoria Beckham to Maiyet to vintage jewels) from their second locale, which is set in prime position at the Glen Center and features a refined ivory interior that rivals its inventory. 2954 Beverly Glen Cir., B.A.; switchboutique.com.
The minimalist, airy boutique carries bags by Chloé and M2Malletier.
KELSEY McKINNON S e n i o r Ed i to r ALIMENTO Zach Pollack’s Italian outpost on the Eastside has become a favorite date-night destination. 1710 Silver Lake Blvd., Silver Lake, 323-9282888; alimentola.com. AMANGANI We had such an amazing time in Jackson Hole last summer that we decided to book another trip this July. amanresorts.com. MATTHIASSON 2014 ROSÉ I always stock up on a case of rosé at the beginning of summer. This family-run winery in Napa is known for championing Italian grape varieties. 707-265-9349; matthiasson.com. DAVID KORDANSKY GALLERY The talent pool at this L.A. establishment is incredible. 5130 W. Edgewood Pl., L.A., 310-558-3030; davidkordanskygallery.com.
VIII Grand Bal “Plissé Soleil” watch, price upon request.
All Together Now
The opening of NYC-based Assembly’s second shop is a homecoming of sorts for proprietor Greg Armas—the polished Melrose Avenue digs are just down the street from Scout, Armas’ first retail endeavor. 7977 Melrose Ave., W.H., 323-746-5090; assemblynewyork.com. Short-sleeve black Bevel top, $281.
Kick off your summer reading list with an unearthed classic from Harper Lee or a debut from Hunter S. Thompson’s former assistant, Cheryl Della Pietra
The Nakeds by Lisa Glatt (Regan Arts, $25); Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave (Simon & Schuster, $25); Gonzo Girl by Cheryl Della Pietra (Touchstone, $25); Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee (Harper, $28); Always Pack a Party Dress by Amanda Brooks (Blue Rider Press, $30).
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This summer, Dior will release just 888 models of the VIII Grand Bal “Plissé Soleil,” an elegant timepiece inspired by the hypnotic swirl of a pleated sundress.
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When Laurel Gallucci was struck with an autoimmune disorder two years ago, her prescribed elimination diet meant the end of her favorite indulgence: cake. Or so she thought. As an antidote to her craving, she began baking delicious paleo desserts that caught the attention of friend Claire Thomas (of food blog The Kitchy Kitchen) and the two partnered to form Sweet Laurel, a freshly launched bakery that is completely grain-, dairy- and refined-sugar-free, but emphatically full of flavor. The Venice-based duo’s offerings range from pantry items (jam, caramel, applesauce) to savory cookies and loaves to their prized layered confections. The pair, who host regular workshops, easily name a house specialty: “The jam cake is our favorite, because of the seasonality, and it’s the perfect canvas for organic flowers and herbs,” says Gallucci. “Sweet Laurel, for both of us, is about simplicity meeting beauty,” she adds. sweetlaurel.com.
ABOVE Laurel Gallucci and her chocolate caramel layer cake, $74. RIGHT Vanilla coconut jam cake, $59. Seasonal unsweetened applesauce, $14.
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Kate Bosworth’s eight-piece collaboration with L.A. footwear label Matisse reflects the actress’s multidimensional style. “One of my favorite artists is Ed Ruscha. His Hot Shot piece became my main inspiration for the Hoyt boot,” she says. “And the Kelly is a great way to participate in the ’70s trend.” From $320; available at Nordstrom.
Enamel Diction carries an array of organic and five-free polishes, including L.A.’s RGB Cosmetics.
Kelly sandals, $320.
STAR POWER Maybe you’re a Capricorn down on your luck. Or a Virgo looking for love. At Enamel Diction, a stylish new nail salon in Mid-Wilshire, astrologer Rose Theodora will analyze your natal chart, then prescribe a 60-minute custom manicure with empowering art and colors. From $65; 5405 W. Pico Blvd., L.A., 323-900-0355; enameldiction.com.
SAN MARINO + LOS ANGELES
From “Weird, Wild & Wonderful: The New York Botanical Garden Second Triennial Exhibition” at The Huntington (June 13Aug. 23) to “Perfect Likeness: Photography and Composition” at the Hammer Museum (June 20-Sept. 13), summer’s must-see exhibits span the cultural divide. huntington.org; hammer.ucla.edu.
At The Huntington, Seed Capsules, Capparidastrum sola, by Ann S. Hoffenberg. At the Hammer Museum, McDermott & McGough’s Those Moments, 1955 and Jeff Wall’s Boxing, 2011.
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SOCIAL FRONT Sizing up California’s glamorous scene one bash at a time Edited by Phoebe Doheney
Jacqui Getty, Gia Coppola, Lisa Eisner
Bernard, Delphine and Alexandre Arnault
Reports Sophie Buhai, Liz Goldwyn
Laure Heriard Dubreuil and Aaron Young
VALENTINO Valentino’s Carlos Souza co-hosted a lavish, Cantonesestyle luncheon at Hakkasan S.F. in support of the California Pacific Medical Center. Guests then indulged in some postlunch shopping at the Grant Avenue boutique.
Carolyn Chang, Denise Hale
Frédéric Tcheng, Catherine Hardwicke
CHRISTIAN DIOR Hillary Thomas, Charlot Malin
Sloan Barnett, Stephanie Marver
The documentary film Dior and I, conceived by Raf Simons and captured by filmmaker Frédéric Tcheng, premiered at LACMA with a number of Dior-clad guests in attendance. Teresa Palmer, Jaime King
Elena Berk, Carlos Souza, Sobia Shaikh
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LOUIS VUITTON: BILLY FARRELL AGENCY. VALENTINO: DREW ALTIZER. CHRISTIAN DIOR: DONATO SARDELLA
Louis Vuitton presented its Cruise 2016 collection at the iconic Bob and Dolores Hope Estate in Palm Springs complete with a carnival-themed bash. Hundreds of fashion insiders made the trek to the desert—further evidence that the Coachella Valley is reliving its Golden Age.
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Naomi Campbell with First Battalion Grenadier Guardsmen
Mila Kunis, James Corden
BURBERRY Los Angeles welcomed Burberry’s British invasion with open arms. At the Griffith Observatory, designer Christopher Bailey hosted a stunning encore presentation of the house’s 2015 fall collection in honor of Burberry’s new Rodeo Drive flagship.
Rose Byrne, January Jones
Anjelica Huston, Lisa Love
Rosetta and Balthazar Getty
Christopher Bailey, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
What do you get a worldclass art museum for its 50th birthday? How about a glamorous bash and 50 new acquisitions? Patrons celebrated the opening of “50 for 50: Gifts on the Occasion of LACMA’s Anniversary,” and were treated to performances by Seal and the band Strange Fruit.
Michael Govan and Katherine Ross Willow Bay and Robert Iger
MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA Fashion-forward clients like Sabrina Buell and Yves Behar welcomed Maison Martin Margiela to its new home in S.F.’s Union Square. The party continued at Boulettes Larder in the Ferry Building. Lana Kaminsky, Olya Dzilikhova
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FASHION Second Skin
he universal truth that women despise shopping for swimwear set Jude Al-Khalil on the path to create Bikyni, the L.A.-based online lifestyle label designed to revolutionize the dreaded struggle. “My vision for Bikyni was to take the frustration out of shopping by modernizing the experience to make it easy and comfortable for women to buy a suit,” says the former COO of coolgirl brand Reformation. The luxe line is not about the latest flash-inthe-pan trend, but a manageable selection of classic, minimalist styles with staying power. To that end, each of the five tops and four bottoms (the collection also features a maillot) comes in mix-and-match solid-colored Italian fabrics—plus black-and-white gingham, totaling no more than $100 for a full ensemble. “There’s definitely a French sensibility to Bikyni; we’ve also taken inspiration from lingerie and ready-to-wear, especially with The Crop and The Triangle styles,” says Al-Khalil, who manufactures in Los Angeles. Gallic undertones notwithstanding, Al-Khalil’s home base certainly played its part, providing ample on-the-job market research: “It’s always sunny in L.A. and you spend a lot of time in a swimsuit,” she says. bikyni.com.
ANNEMARIEKE VAN DRIMMELEN
The Bandeau top and The Hipster bottom in Salt, $50 each.
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Although veteran L.A. designer Adriana Caras is best known for shoes and handbags, her jump to swimwear with the new Italian-made line LeSwim is far from unexpected. “I’m a California native, but also a second-generation Greek-American, so it’s no surprise I have an inherent connection with the water,” she says. Also new this summer: six Italian-made but très-Grecian leather sandal styles. leswim.it. Jersey rash guard with gold zipper, $276.
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HEATHER SEVERS St y l e D i re c to r BOLINAS It’s my first summer in California and my mission is to become a surfer. I love the untouched, rustic beauty of this NorCal town, where I’ll be learning to catch a wave with lessons from 2 Mile Surf Shop. 22 Brighton Ave., Bolinas, 415-868-0264; 2milesurf.com. I’ll also be stocking up on swimwear from one of my favorite brands—the O.C.based MIKOH (especially their high-neck halter-style bikinis, $220)—and for surfing, the sporty, yet fashion-forward CYNTHIA ROWLEY athletic-stripe wet suit ($210). netaporter.com; cynthiarowley.com. ISABEL MARANT On my way up north, I can’t wait to check out the new boutique in San Francisco to shop for pieces that embody that Parisian essence. 455 Jackson St., S.F.; isabelmarant.com. FIGUE This is my go-to brand for all things bohemian chic, created by Stephanie von Watzdorf, who travels the world to find eclectic jewelry and oneof-a-kind items. The ultimate must-have? Her reclaimed military jackets embellished with hand-beaded designs. Available at Elyse Walker, 15306 Antioch St., P.P., 310230-8882; fwrd.com; figue.com.
Fashion (Turn) DOG DAYS Mirrored leather Nina bag, $365.
Talk about spot-on: Jimmy Choo’s latest capsule collection features Brazilian artist Rafael Mantesso’s beloved English bull terrier, who is actually named Jimmy Choo. Each piece depicts the adorable pup in one of a trio of playful poses—sipping a martini, deejaying and daydreaming about (what else?) shoes. Glamorous leather dog collars round out the range, naturally. 240 Via Rodeo Dr., B.H., 310-860-9045; jimmychoo.com.
Add the new Rolex Yacht-Master to your summer wishlist. The black and 18-karat-rose-gold design features an oysterflex bracelet—a patented style that looks like a classic sport watch but is actually assembled from titanium blades covered in a high-performance synthetic rubber, making it waterproof, indestructible and incredibly cool. Ben Bridge, 3251 20th Ave., Ste. 142, Stonestown Galleria, S.F., 415-564-4455; benbridge.com.
Yacht-Master 37mm watch, $22,000.
Mary Katrantzou bags on display at Kayne Griffin Corcoran gallery in Los Angeles, $1,070 each.
Topping the list of things that never get old? Monograms. Which is why London-based designer Mary Katrantzou’s new Initials collection, a collaboration with luxury e-commerce site Matches Fashion, is so eagerly anticipated. Inspired by the digital print savant’s typography, each tote bag features a letter of the alphabet, along with a collage of graphic prints straight from Katrantzou’s imagination. matchesfashion.com.
WRITTEN BY KATHRYN ROMEYN AND HEATHER SEVERS. SEVERS: CYLE SUESZ. MARY KATRANTZOU: COURTESY OF MATCHESFASHION.COM
FASHION Bold Strokes
If any label perfectly epitomizes California’s cool, casual nature, it’s Venice Beach’s coastal-chic Sundry, founded by South of France transplant Matthieu Leblan. Its luxe printed tees and sweats sell everywhere from Barneys New York to J.Crew (with which Sundry is collaborating with on a sophomore capsule collection this summer). Things are also amping up with an e-commerce launch, a new creative campaign and an Abbot Kinney pop-up (until August). “Matt spent the last 17 years in Venice, so we feel very strongly about [being here],” says Co-Creative Director Mark Wiesmayr. Expect exclusives in the curated shop: “We made products [to represent being] proud of being on Abbot Kinney,” he says. “It’s always about escaping—getting away from your everyday and feeling comfortable and sophisticated.” 1415 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, 310-310-3593; sundryclothing.com.
LEFT Sundry popup shop on Abbot Kinney. BELOW A selection of nautical tees.
FAR & AWAY
Jewelry designer Becky Hosmer’s 12-year-old line Anna Beck strikes the ideal exotic exchange: dreamed up in West Hollywood, made in Bali. While travels to Southeast Asia originally inspired Hosmer’s handcrafted pieces, she’s a California girl at heart who’s influenced “by L.A.’s creativity and energy—it’s the perfect balance of city and nature,” she says. SoCal’s blue hues and Bali’s spirit are evident in her latest designs, which feature vivid stones: turquoise, representing protection and wisdom, and lapis, to promote inner truth and expanded consciousness. annabeck.com. The designer and a selection of turquoise and lapis necklaces from the summer collection, $215-$325 each.
Dolce & Gabbana’s pre-fall inspiration may have been the Mediterranean, but the bold blue-andwhite Maiolica collection plays just as perfectly on the California shores, too. Traditional Sicilian prints influenced the elaborate pieces, which include several summery sundresses, intricately embroidered tops and patchwork denim, as well as easy-to-wear sandals, silk scarves and boxy handbags ripe for a far-flung getaway. 314 N. Rodeo Dr., B.H., 310-888-8701; dolcegabbana.com. Maiolica print box bag, $9,995, and canvas print espadrilles, $595.
WRITTEN BY KATHRYN ROMEYN. SUNDRY: MARK WIESMAYR. ANNA BECK: CHRISTOPHER FERGUSON
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Ojai is a destination known more for art and nature than fashion, but Angeleno Jennie Prebor is part of a new wave helping to change that with her boutique Blanchesylvia, named for her grandmother and mother. In the Schiaparelli pink–accented shop, the art-world veteran stocks local labels like Eva Franco, Tatiana Shabelnik and Sarah Johnson alongside beauty products by WTR Essence and Chroma, handmade objects, art and the shop’s namesake line of jewelry, bags and clothing. She also has plans to work with Los Angeles nonprofit LA><ART to show and sell artist editions. Says Prebor, “My goal is to create a welcoming, engaging space where people can find a gift and learn something new—about a book, artist, fabric or antique.” 212A E. Ojai Ave., Ojai. FROM FAR LEFT
Jennie Prebor displays a Parisian carousel image by Kaela Wells, $1,200 framed. A Mara Carrizo Scalise fringe clutch, $495. The intimate setting of Blanchesylvia’s front room.
STICK TO IT
The trend of quirky personalization isn’t going anywhere if Charlotte Olympia has anything to say about it, thanks to her new ABC collection, comprising pairs of vibrant grosgraintrimmed flats that come with 52 adhesive leather stickers. It’s “colorful, feminine [and] nostalgic with a sense of humor,” says the designer, adding, “I will decorate a pair with my initials, keeping it classic, but eventually add fun symbols until I have shoes covered in stickers!” 474 N. Rodeo Dr., B.H., 310-276-1111; charlotteolympia.com.
Net-a-Porter is launching three exclusives this summer: Delpozo’s first one-of-a kind collection (from $650), Totem’s 14-piece assortment of the ultimate summer dresses and separates (from $200) and Etro’s capsule of signature paisley prints (shown above, from $790). netaporter.com.
Baby, Let’s Cruise
Many major cities claim successful bike-share programs, so why not Los Angeles? Rag & Bone is encouraging two-wheeled transportation via a new collaboration with Venice’s Solé Bicycles. Enter the Rialto City Cruiser, an elegant white or black bike with a brown leather seat. The limited-edition ride is available exclusively at the Abbot Kinney boutique for purchase ($799) or for loan—a fleet of classic black cruisers are free to borrow for four-hour spins around town. 1118 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, 424-291-3120; rag-bone.com.
WRITTEN BY KATHRYN ROMEYN AND HEATHER SEVERS. PREBOR AND STILL LIFE: KAELA WELLS. BLANCHESYLVIA: BLAIR MORTON. NET-A-PORTER: COURTESY OF NET-A-PORTER.COM
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FASHION trend f anything is as synonymous with California as its beautiful beaches, it’s trend-defining denim. And while the wardrobe staple is loved and lived in yearround, the casual summer months are the perfect time to test out a new pair. In pursuit of the hottest look, we mined a group of ahead-of-the-curve Golden State labels. The high-rise flare “is the silhouette of the moment,” according to Mother designer Tim Kaeding—especially in their lightweight, flowy fabric. (Virtually every brand has its own spin on the classic ’70s bell-bottom, such as Paige, whose latest offerings include a plethora of different washes.) As evidenced by the shredded knees on Levi’s and Current/ Elliott’s Elliott top looks, labels are steering clear of anything too pristine. Destroyed, distressed and frayed are watchwords for Frame Denim, AG and J Brand—
ABOVE J Brand Liza Culotte, $348, ronherman.com. RIGHT 7 For All Mankind Culotte With Let-Down Hem, $225, 7forallmankind.com.
the latter actually designed a full capsule collection influenced by the Rose Bowl Flea Market. Says J Brand’s head of design, Mary Bruno, “When letting out the hem on one of my vintage jeans for length, I was inspired to expand the frayed edges. It seemed a natural marriage to mix the destruction and frayed trend on our dresses, jackets and tops.” The most daring take on summertime denim is culottes, the wide-legged, cropped trouser alternative. They require more styling than cutoffs, but the payoff is great. “Tuck in a blouse or add a crop top,” suggests Peggi Jewell, 7 For All Mankind’s ’s vice president, product and design. “Sophisticated washes like white and indigo will help you possess the forever-cool vibe.”
Fashion Trend FRAYED
ABOVE Mother The Roller, Derby Dreams, $205, motherdenim .com. LEFT Paige Fiona Flare, $259, paige.com.
CULOTTE FROM LEFT J Brand Fray collection: Adele jeans, $278, jbrandjeans.com. Dallas top, $228, and Talya top, $178, ronherman.com.
NEW HOMEGROWN LABELS MAKING THE CUT AMO DENIM
“Classic, cool, effortless, fearless— that’s how we want to feel in our jeans and that’s what inspired us,” says AMO Denim’s Kelly Urban, who, along with cofounder Misty Zollars, previously worked for True Religion. Theirs is a small, edited collection of vintage-feeling styles with slimming details they feel “every woman needs in her closet.” amodenim.com.
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BLISS AND MISCHIEF With Bliss and Mischief, Hillary Justin’s L.A.-based line of tonal, chain stitch-embroidered denim, she “wanted to evoke our shared nostalgia and all the simple things that make life better.” Longevity is her goal—“pieces that feel like we’ve owned them forever and they are precious enough to pass down.” blissandmischief.com.
INDUSTRY STANDARD The French New Wave icons of the 1960s and the decade’s classic, high-waisted denim informed Nicole Najafi, who founded Industry Standard with five logoless, undistressed styles made in L.A. “I suppose you could call us denim minimalists,” says the Lanvin and Balenciaga vet, who grew up in Northern California. industrystandardny.com.
WRITTEN BY KATHRYN ROMEYN. 7 FOR ALL MANKIND: COURTESY OF 7 FOR ALL MANKIND. JESS HANNAH, @JESS_HANNAH: TYLER THOMAS. MOTHER JEANS: COURTESY OF MOTHER. URBAN AND ZOLLARS: JEAN-PIERRE MAXWELL. JUSTIN: JARED RICHARD. NAJAFI: MATTHEW HILLMAN
Three must-have denim trends to sport all summer long
FASHION COOMI bracelet, $26,000, Neiman Marcus, B.H. IPPOLITA Lollipop ring, $3,795, ippolita.com.
MARCO BICEGO bangle, $2,370, Neiman Marcus, S.F. POMELLATO Capri ring, $3,450, Pomellato, B.H.
BUCCELLATI earrings, $14,000, Buccellati, B.H.
Cool down with layers of gold-accented opaque turquoise jewels
JEAN SCHLUMBERGER tassel earrings, price upon request, Tiffany & Co., B.H.
FARAONE MENNELLA bracelet, $38,200, faraonemennella.com.
MISH Hana Bamboo cuff, price upon request, mishnewyork.com.
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ANDREA FOHRMAN ring, $5,300, Jaimie Geller Jewelry, Pacific Palisades.
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Fashion (J Box)
Poggenpohl is revolutionizing classic lines with the P‘7350 kitchen design by Porsche Design Studio. The P‘7350 departs from the horizontal lines of conventional kitchens in a completely new interpretation. The vertical effect is made possible by the mitered cut of the cabinet and is covered with a stainless-effect aluminum profile, to further enhance the engineering excellence and innovative design. poggenpohl.com.
HOUSE OF BOREL
This is the first luxury e-commerce collection launched out of San Francisco. The collection combines simplicity and quality to create the ultimate sophisticated foundational wardrobe for the jet-setting woman. All of the pieces are designed in California and made in Italy by legendary artisans. Request a key to shop houseofborel.com.
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BEAUTY Rarefied Air
et-setting model (and part-time L.A. denizen) Poppy Delevingne has taken on the role of Jo Malone London’s inaugural brand ambassador. Here, her unique perspective on the olfactory art. What was your first experience with fragrance? My mother always had shiny, sparkling bottles piled up on her dressing table and she smelled so floral when I was a child—of lilies, jasmine and violets. How do you choose your signature perfume? It really depends on the season; I like something fresh and floral like Peony & Blush Suede when the sun is out, and for the colder months, something a little more intoxicating like Pomegranate Noir. Right now my favorite is Tuberose Angelica. It has an essence of red roses to it, but is muskier and sexy. What beauty trend never dies? Romance. jomalone.com. —CAROLINE CAGNEY
COURTESY OF JO MALONE LONDON
EDITED BY JENNY MURRAY
BODY AND SOUL
“I wanted to create a place that doesn’t just churn people in and out of a workout,” says Jeff Krasno, co-founder of yoga center Wanderlust Hollywood, which opens in July and will offer everything from yoga and lectures to live music concerts and organic dishes. “I want people to interact not just on social media, but face to face—to birth new business ideas, form relationships, try new things and pursue an inspired life.” Be sure to scoop up their first publication, Wanderlust: A Modern Yogi’s Guide to Discovering Your Best Self (Rodale, $25) by Krasno, Sarah Herrington and Nicole Lindstrom—a motivational compilation of yoga practices, art and healthy recipes. 1357 N. Highland Ave., L.A.; wanderlusthollywood.com.
The new Hollywood studio. Wanderlust: A Modern Yogi’s Guide to Discovering Your Best Self (Rodale, $25).
Orange you glad it’s summer?
MELISSA GOLDSTEIN S e n i o r Co n t r i b u t i n g Ed i to r BEAUTY COUNTER I’m addicted to the nontoxic Protect All Over Sunscreen from this amazing Santa Monica-based skin-care and cosmetics brand. beautycounter.com. THE SPA AT TERRANEA This retreat in Palos Verdes is seriously dreamy, complete with a bougainvillea-adorned oceanfront relaxation terrace where you can spot passing whales. Their new Radiant Results Facials utilize noninvasive Nobel Prize-winning technology. 100 Terranea Way, P.V., 310-265-2800; terranea.com. CÔTE Visiting this airy Brentwood nail salon is akin to an instant vacation, complete with the ability to browse exclusive homewares (such as handcrafted porcelain from Limoges) in their expertly curated shop. 11714 San Vicente Blvd., L.A., 310-820-0906; coteshop.co. STORK’S SKIN THERAPY Whenever I’m in S.F., I book a visit with esthetician Caroline Stork, who administers heavenly facials. She just introduced a new series of monthly classes with topics ranging from at-home DIY masks to the art of multiple cleansers. 3520 20th St., Ste. C, S.F., 415864-0447; storkskintherapy.com. THE GOOD COOKIES & BEYOND This under-the-radar bakery in Torrance serves up a range of wholesome gluten-free offerings (from double-chocolate peanut butter cookies to banana blueberry muffins) that melt in your mouth and are available to ship to your door. 2081 Torrance Blvd., Torrance, 310-320-7900; thegoodcookies.com.
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nail polish No. 50, $16. Nars Nebulous lip gloss, $26. Dasein Summer fragrance, $95. BareMinerals Papaya Passion blush balm, $22.
Frame of Mind
Ben Gorham, the Swedish-born founder of fragrance house Byredo,, teamed up with L.A. eyewear brand Oliver Peoples for a limited-edition box set of sunglasses (choose from two frames and three tints) and a Los Angeles-inspired scent. The composition (juniper berries, lemon, patchouli and musk notes) is available in three bottles, each corresponding with a Unisex frames, $450, fragrance, $175, different lens color. oliverpeoples.com.
and box set, $530, Barneys New York.
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WRITTEN BY CAROLINE CAGNEY AND JENNY MURRAY. WANDERLUST: MELISSA RYAN. GOLDSTEIN: NICHOLAS GAWITH
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BEAUTY The thing is, this isn’t Northern California Wine Country. It’s Vista, just north of San Diego. The vintages are from Château Margaux, the esteemed vineyard in Bordeaux, France. And many of the attendees are keeping the chill at bay by wearing white terry-cloth robes. “This is Cal-a-Vie,” says John Havens, who, with his wife Terri Havens, has owned the 440-acre property—site of a 32-room destination spa, the Havens family vacation home and a newly renovated golf course—for 15 years. “Wearing robes to dinner is what we do here.” Cal-a-Vie is known for adding a layer of Gallicinflected luxury to the California spa formula of lowcalorie meals, hiking, exercise classes and massages. It’s evident in the design. Antiques fill every room: A museum-quality tapestry commissioned by Louis XIV hangs on the wall of the fitness pavilion; and a 400-year-old chapel imported from Dijon was rebuilt on a hillside with sweeping views of the spa and the surrounding hills, planted with 12 acres of the aforementioned vines. The Havenses, who spend most of their time in Houston but are originally from New Orleans, are devoted Francophiles who fill containers with salvaged flooring and objets during their visits abroad. They are also gracious hosts, and take their guests’ requests seriously. “We always look at the comment cards,” Terri shares with those assembled for tonight’s tasting, a group of 45 that is currently feasting on diminutive but satisfying portions of roasted salmon and beef tenderloin with organic vegetables grown on site, after listening to a demonstration by Aurélien Valance (a Margaux representative who flew in for the occasion, with cases of rare wines equipped with alarms on their corks to prohibit tampering). “Time and again, we would see the word ‘wine’ written on [the cards],” she laughs. “And so we listened.” As a result, the spa is now hosting semiannual wine events, which involve all of the typical health-conscious spa behavior, just with the extra motivation of a small pour of Bordeaux at the end of a long day of workouts, from the spa’s own fledgling Cal-a-Vie grapes (with reds blended with help from Ira Gourvitz at the nearby Fallbrook Winery) or participating wineries from around the world. Tonight’s toast? “To good health,” of course—which, from the looks of it, includes happiness, too. Packages for a “petite” three-night stay start at about $4,000, seven nights from $8,500; cal-a-vie.com.
C’estBeauty LaVie (Health) A SoCal spa perfects the art of wining, dining and unwinding, the French way
BY CHRISTINE LENNON
t’s a dramatic and lovely setting, one that’s not unusual in a place like Sonoma: Surrounded by acres of Merlot grapevines planted in orderly rows, beneath a string of cafe lights, two long tables draped in burlap are lit with glowing candles and set with dozens of wine glasses for an alfresco evening tasting—the distant yaps and howls of a pack of coyotes audible in the background.
Cal-a-Vie Health Spa hosts semiannual wine tastings. The all-inclusive resort sits on 200 acres.
Topanga skin-care line Odacité partnered with Venice-based Moon Juice owner Amanda Chantal Bacon for Clair de Lune, an antiaging set pairing an Aloe & Rose Revitalizing Mist with a Radiance Serum (wild carrot seed, peach and camellia oils) for a youthful glow. “This was formulated to answer Bacon’s desire for a treatment as powerful as Moon Juice’s medicinal-strength juices and tonics, and capable of achieving healthy skin luminosity,” says Odacité founder Valérie Grandury. moonjuiceshop.com.
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Clair de Lune Facial Treatment Set, $88.
CAL-A-VIE: COURTESY OF CAL-A-VIE HEALTH SPA
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’ve dreamed of opening a store since I was a girl,” says San Diego-based interior designer Amy Meier. And she finally has, in historic Rancho Santa Fe. The front space of her eponymous shop is dedicated to a stellar collection of antiques, art and custom-designed pieces spanning 1920s marble busts to modern sculpture to Biedermeier couches, while the back is her bustling studio. “Antiquing is a weekly habit. I’ve become obsessed with finding the unusual!” she says. Visit by appointment—or good timing. 16921B Via de Santa Fe, Rancho Santa Fe, 858848-4151; amymeierdesign.com. —MAILE PINGEL
Meier’s eye for the natural creates the feeling of a modern-day cabinet of curiosities.
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The Conservatory Chair, $8,662, Resin Halma Man Table, $2,062, and Venus Chair, $2,887.
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Revered U.K. furnishings firm Soane Britain has opened at the San Francisco Design Center. “I’ve been traveling to the West Coast since I co-founded Soane 17 years ago,” explains Creative Director Lulu Lytle. “The California design community appreciates the skills of our craftsmen.” Plus, handmade pieces mean customization is possible— something that’s made designers Douglas Durkin, Mark D. Sikes and Suzanne Tucker longtime clients. The new studio displays signature furnishings alongside the full swoon-worthy range of wallpapers and textiles. 2 Henry Adams St., #M-47, S.F., 415-590-3260; soane.co.uk.
Pottery Barn Kids has debuted its first-ever capsule collection—one created by fashion designer and mother of two Jenni Kayne. “I knew we’d complement each other,” says the Southern California native of the line, which features 50-plus pieces
FAIRMONT MIRAMAR HOTEL & BUNGALOWS
(furnishings, bedding, toys and accessories)
I’m planning a much-needed staycation so I can experience the newly renovated bungalow suites here, replete with soothing shades of gray and blue, faux bois wall covering and organic furnishings curated by L.A. designer Michael Berman. 101 Wilshire Blvd., S.M., 310-576-7777; fairmont.com.
imbued with her coveted, easygoing aesthetic. Her favorite? “The teepee. It’s such a fun little hideaway,” she says. Bringing up baby just got a lot more inspired. 189 The Grove Dr., Ste. F30, L.A., 323-549-9344; potterybarnkids.com. Dipped teepee, $249, and Mini Kitty designer doll, $39.
The horticultural wonderland that is Inner Gardens has moved to a new 12,000-square-foot-plus space in Culver City, in walking distance of such galleries as Blum & Poe and Honor Fraser. Known for their deep archive of antiques and exotic plants and flowers, the shop will showcase vintage French planters alongside modern vessels by David Cressey for Architectural Pottery this summer, as well as a rare medallion sculpture from 1967 by Stan Bitters. “The space is magical—with old palm trees and bungalows on the property perfect for vignettes,” says owner Stephen Block. “I walked in and I said, ‘This is my new home.’” 5838 Perry Dr., Culver City, 310-838-8378; innergardens.com. C 00
A collection of turn-of-the-century Mediterranean terra-cotta vessels from Greece and Turkey at the new Inner Gardens.
WRITTEN BY MELISSA GOLDSTEIN AND MAILE PINGEL. WEITZMAN: ROBERT RICHMOND. SOANE: DAVID DUNCAN LIVINGSTON. INNER GARDENS: COURTESY OF INNER GARDENS
MODERNISM GALLERY I have a weekend trip set for San Francisco, and at the top of my itinerary is a visit to artist Michael Dweck’s “Nymphs and Sirens” exhibit, where highlights include a triptych of surfboards titled Triple Gidget. Through June 27; 685 Market St., S.F., 415-541-0461; modernisminc.com. 503FOUND I need to stock up on Jaipur-made Injiri napkins for all of the alfresco dinners I’m hoping to host this season and this is the place to do it. 503 31st St., N.B., 949-877-0147; 503found.com. SERENA & LILY There is nothing I like more than comfortable outdoor seating while watching my children play in our garden: The new Pacifica wicker sofa from Bay Area-based Serena & Lily fits the bill and then some. serenaandlily.com. GARDE When the sun goes down, a collection of natural bamboo lanterns arranged on our outdoor dining table—and sourced from one of my favorite L.A. design outposts—will cast the perfect glow. 7418 Beverly Blvd., L.A., 323-424-4667; gardeshop.com.
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The Way We Are A weekend retreat in Paradise Cove designed for entertaining, relaxing and just being
BY MARTHA McCULLY PHOTOGRAPHED BY JESSICA SAMPLE
ehind the patchwork wooden door of Art Luna and Tim Clarke’s turquoise home in Paradise Cove is a living, breathing world. The ’70s wind chime sings to a bright blue peace sign; the staghorn ferns, fed banana peels by Luna through their soil, nestle around an oyster-shell mirror; and bromeliads and tillandsias hang out on driftwood shelves. Every sign of life vibrates here in these tight, desirable quarters. Even the aluminum trailers turned into portable palaces and the golf carts that whisk owners to the beach and back, have their own personalities—much like the oneof-a-kind couple in their midst. “We come here to just be who we are,” says Luna. Paradise Cove is technically a mobile home park, though tucked between $60 million dwellings on the Malibu cliffs and inhabited by celebrities like Minnie Driver and Stevie Nicks, it’s arguably the most attractive in the country, perhaps the world. Luna, a landscape designer, FROM ABOVE Artwork from California and Hawaii hangs on grass-cloth walls in the living room. The kitchen, and Clarke, an interior designer, call it a complete with Viking range. The cozy bedroom sports “bohemian trailer park country club,” and had Pendleton Woolen Mills bedding and a ’70s shag rug. been looking for their parking spot for more than a year when they fell in love with the trailer at No. 52. “We knew immediately that Commune had designed it,” says Luna. (He and Clarke have remodeled six of their own homes in L.A.) “It was perfect and we didn’t have to do anything to it,” he adds, smiling. “All we did was redo it.” Though Luna says “the bones are still Commune,” he and Clarke couldn’t resist adding their inimitable stamp. That’s what they do; Luna transforms awkward spaces into secret gardens and Clarke creates beachy interiors—sand optional. Their “beach locker” here borrows from their travels to create a kind of hip and homey surfer’s haven. Handblocked fabric from Bali doubles as the bedroom FROM TOP Art Luna (left) and Tim Clarke among their wallpaper and curtains. CONTINUED ON P.128
drought-tolerant epiphytes in Paradise Cove. An alcove of inspiration. The couple’s beagle, Bunker, on neighborhood watch from the living room. Lobster dinner on the beach.
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CRATE & BARREL bocce set, $150, Crate & Barrel, S.F.
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ust when you thought there wasn’t room for one more taco joint in Los Angeles, along comes chef Ray Garcia (formerly of Santa Monica’s Fig) with his game-changing B.S. Taqueria concept. The casual sidekick to Garcia’s grander Broken Spanish eatery—also set to bow Downtown this summer—B.S. Taqueria is a playful ode to Los Angeles’ Mexican cuisine. Standouts
include the signature tacos (lengua, clam and lardo), as well as shareable snacks like lemon-pepper chicken chicharrones and a revolving nightly family-style dish. End the meal on a sweet note with one of mixologists Julian Cox and Nick Meyer’s cocktails (such as the margarita-inspired Hoja Santa), which offer grownup takes on traditional Mexican candy flavors. 514 W. Seventh St., L.A., 213-622-3744; bstaqueria.com.
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I’m already dreaming of a weekend getaway to this boutique hotel in the desert, also home to Michelin-starred chef Giacomo Pettinari’s (El Bulli, Valentino) restaurant. 1050 E. Palm Canyon Dr., P.S., 760-323-1858; lhorizonpalmsprings.com. HOLLYWOOD BOWL What could be more perfect than a Harry Connick Jr. performance and a vegan picnic basket from Patina and Gracias Madre (now available for on-site pickup)? 2301 N. Highland Ave., L.A., 323-8502000; hollywoodbowl.com. INMAN FAMILY WINES I’m a huge fan of at-home entertaining and I’m looking
forward to pouring Inman Family Wines at my next gathering—they’re all sustainably and organically farmed, which makes them that much more enjoyable. inmanfamilywines.com. LIHOLIHO YACHT CLUB Chef Ravi Kapur’s acclaimed new project is a must-visit on my next NorCal trip for its Hawaiian-influenced fare and creative cocktail menu. 871 Sutter St., S.F., 415-440-5446; liholihoyachtclub.com. ICDC BEVERLY The season is not complete without copious helpings of ice cream, preferably from Amy Knoll Fraser and pastry chef Mariah Swan’s recently opened dessert mecca, located next door to BLD. 7454½ Beverly Blvd., L.A., 323-746-3346.
Harvest Table’s roasted carrots with granola and vadouvan.
The Spice Is Right The need-to-know seasoning for summer, vadouvan (a French-Indian blend) is making an appearance on menus across California. “It’s so versatile—it pairs well with almost anything,” says chef Yousef Ghalaini of Santa Monica’s Fig regarding the aromatic spice (which typically features garlic, onion, fenugreek, cumin and mustard seeds). “You can use it on grilled or steamed vegetables, as the base of a spicy curry, or even as a dusting for French fries.” Look for the mix in Ghalaini’s steamed Manila clams with kale, as well as Levi Mezick’s roasted carrots and granola at Napa’s Harvest Table, and the pan-roasted bass by chef Chris Jones at Gaspar in San Francisco.
Three new labels are raising California’s wine game. David Potter of Santa Barbara’s Municipal Winemakers recently debuted Potek Winery and with it, five single-vineyard wines like the crisp 2013 Kick On Ranch Riesling. potek.com. Surfer-turned-vintner Sam Spencer has teamed up with Price Family Vineyards’ Bill Price III to create Head High Wines’ three inaugural offerings crafted from grapes grown along the North Coast, including a picnic basket-worthy 2014 rosé. headhighwines.com. And born-and-bred Sonoma County vintner Tom Gore Vineyards is introducing a range of namesake farm-to-glass wines, from the BBQfriendly 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon to his 2013 Chardonnay, a guaranteed instant summer hit. tomgorevineyards.com.
Head High 2014 Rosé, $24. Potek Winery 2013 Kick On Ranch Riesling, $30. Tom Gore Vineyards 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, $15.
With In the Spirit of Napa Valley (Assouline, $45), author Jennifer Raiser goes beyond the region’s postcard image and traverses a history and culture as rich as its fruit-yielding soil—from the Mondavi legacy that put the area on the map to an insider’s look at cult favorite hot spots like The French Laundry. C 74 SUMMER 2015
WRITTEN BY LESLEY McKENZIE AND LINDSAY KINDELON. VADOUVAN: PAIGE GREEN
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Trestle’s Little Gem salad. The patio at Nuance. Catch & Release. Santa Monica Yacht Club’s oceanic interior.
Here, the top reservations to nab for summer. NUANCE One of the latest additions to the Santa Barbara dining scene, this Funk Zone eatery sits within view of the Pacific Ocean and offers wine country-inspired seasonal dishes. 119 State St., S.B., 805-845-0989; nuancesb.com. TRESTLE For a rotating $35 three-course prix fixe menu and a killer wine list under $50, swing by Jackson Square’s cozy new outpost from the S.F. team that gave us Stones Throw. 531 Jackson St., S.F., 415-7720922; trestlesf.com. CATCH & RELEASE Marina Del Rey ups its restaurant game with this cheery seafood-driven spot (serving cod chowder with smoked bacon and spaghetti with Dungeness crab) helmed by Jason Neroni, who rose to chef stardom in the kitchen at Venice’s Superba Snack Bar. 13488 Maxella Ave., MDR, 310-893-6100; catchandreleasela.com. SANTA MONICA YACHT CLUB After winning over the Westside with his New American eatery Tar & Roses, Andrew Kirschner has debuted Santa Monica Yacht Club— an ode to seafood and cocktails with a tonguein-cheek name. Says Johnnie Jenkins, director of operations, “The idea to name the restaurant came from our love of the Santa Monica Bay and the sport of fishing and recreational boating. We are a neighborhood restaurant with a casual atmosphere for everyone—the opposite of an exclusive yacht club.” 620 Santa Monica Blvd., S.M., 310-587-3330; eatsmyc.com. LOS ANGELES
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For Moby, who’s hard at work on a new album and a restaurant, the concept of summer break doesn’t really apply. Partnering with chef Anne Thornton, the longtime vegan will open Little Pine, an organic, plant-based eatery plus retail space packed with eco-sustainable gifts and homewares. Says Moby, “The idea of opening a restaurant is simply based on the fact that I love taking a space and turning it into an environment where you can create a community and where people can feel looked after.” 2870 Rowena Ave., L.A.
Moby with business partner and fellow vegan Anne Thornton.
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Portland-based Salt & Straw ice cream captures the flavors of Los Angeles at its Downtown kitchen with local chef and restaurant collaborations all summer long. Border Grill fans won’t want to miss Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken’s candied green tamale blend, and Pot’s Roy Choi doesn’t disappoint with his Papi’s Korean Fluffernutter frozen treat. Also up for grabs: an artisanal garam masala and cinnamon cauliflower offering. That’s one way to load up on veggies. 240 N. Larchmont Blvd., L.A., 323-466-0485; saltandstraw.com.
TRESTLE: COURTESY OF TRESTLE. SMYC: ELIZABETH DANIELS PHOTOGRAPHY. NUANCE: NICK PRESNIAKOV. CATCH & RELEASE: PASCAL SHIRLEY. LITTLE PINE: MELISSA DANIS. SALT & STRAW: LEELA CYD ROSS
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Alexis Bittar hosted an intimate trunk show in celebration of his Spring 2015 jewelry collection at Bloomingdale’s in Century City. Guests were invited to sip on seasonal juices provided by Pressed Juicery and shop the Color Fetish collection alongside the self-taught jewelry designer.
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BLOOMINGDALE’S: ROBERT RICHMOND. VACHERON CONSTANTIN: MIKE GARDNER
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Dior showed its Cruise 2016 collection at the Bubble Palace in Cannes.
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ith the glitterati descending upon the South of France for the annual Cannes Film Festival, there was no better time or place for Dior to fete Creative Director Raf Simons’ Cruise 2016 collection. What was initially conceived as a Californian affair turned into a French Riviera escape to Pierre Cardin’s iconic Bubble Palace, with a highwattage guest list in attendance including Marion Cotillard and Dakota Fanning. Dior imagined the ultimate itinerary for the out-of-towners, who made themselves at home at the historic art deco Hotel Majestic Barrière and at the swank Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in nearby Antibes. As Cannes regulars will attest, no trip is complete without the ceremonial bouillabaisse presentation at Tetou, where Dior threw a decadent dinner party, complete with whimsical accents in the form of crustacean-themed creations by a local paper artist. Along with leisurely walks on La Croisette, flanked by the white-sand beach on one side and haute couture boutiques on the other, guests had the option of visiting the medievalwalled village of Saint-Paul-de-Vence for an afternoon of pétanque and lunch at the sculpture-filled modern art museum Fondation Maeght. The highlights of this invite-only getaway: a runway procession of Dior’s youthful ’70s-inspired Cruise 2016 ensembles and a Zoë Kravitz-deejayed after-party at David Lynch’s pop-up nightclub, Silencio. Fortunately, come winter, all can shop the soigné spoils firsthand. dior.com. •
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT Dior’s Cruise 2016 show. Aymeline Valade and
Creative Director Raf Simons. Marion Cotillard. Zoë Kravitz. Fireworks over Cannes. Dinner tables at Tetou. Natty waiters stand at attention. Tetou restaurant. Guests playing pétanque. Lunch at Fondation Maeght. Laura Love. Guests arrive by yacht. Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc.
RUNWAY AND DOCK: LUC CASTEL. SIMONS, KRAVITZ, LUNCHEON, BOCCE, FIREWORKS AND TETOU: STÉPHANE LAVOUE. COTILLARD: GETTY IMAGES/DIDIER BAVEREL. LOVE: SASKIA LAWAKAS COURTESY OF DIOR. ARTWORKS: © SUCCESSION ALBERTO GIACOMETTI (FONDATION ALBERTO ET ANNETTE GIACOMETTI, PARIS + ADAGP, PARIS) 2015
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Travel (Bits) THE C LIST Endless Summer For her new limited-edition beachwear collection for the St. Regis Princeville in Kauai, Los Angeles design darling Heidi Merrick created women and children’s rash guards taking loose inspiration from Hawaiian locales Hanalei Bay and Bali Hai with impressionistic stripes and soft blue and seafoamgreen hues. The long-sleeved shirts are also armed with SPF/UV 50-plus protection. From $160; Halele’a Spa at The St. Regis Princeville, 808-8269644; stregisprinceville.com; heidimerrick.com. St. Regis Princeville. Women’s rash guard, $230.
JENNY MURRAY Ed i to r CROATIA This season, my sailing lessons are going to be put to the test as I cruise the islands in the Adriatic Sea. SANTA BARBARA Summer in my hometown is the best in the world. THE FOUR SEASONS THE BILTMORE (1260 Channel Dr., S.B., 805-969-2261; fourseasons.com), BELMOND EL ENCANTO (800 Alvarado Pl., S.B., 805-845-5800; belmond. com) and SAN YSIDRO RANCH (900 San Ysidro Ln., S.B., 805-565-1700; sanysidroranch.com) are personal favorites. CUYANA This S.F. brand makes the perfect travel essentials, from classic leather totes to cashmere scarves. cuyana.com. GOOGLE FLIGHTS So comprehensive, so genius. google. com/flights. SHUTTERS ON THE BEACH Drinks on the terrace in Santa Monica always feels like a holiday in and of itself. 1 Pico Blvd., S.M., 310-458-0030; shuttersonthebeach.com.
WRITTEN BY JENNIE NUNN AND JENNY MURRAY. THE CAPE: COURTESY OF THE CAPE, A THOMPSON HOTEL. MARQUIS: COURTESY OF MARQUIS LOS CABOS. ONE&ONLY: COURTESY OF ONE&ONLY PALMILLA. ST. REGIS AND HEIDI MERRICK: COURTESY OF THE ST. REGIS PRINCEVILLE RESORT
ollowing last year’s Hurricane Odile, the Baja California region is quickly springing back to life with a crop of sparkling debuts and revamped beachfront properties, and they’re better than ever—with extra perks from reconceived guest rooms and casitas to movies under the stars and tequila tastings. Ready for check-in: The Cape, a Thompson Hotel (from $389; thompsonhotels.com) Located along prime surf spot Monuments Beach, the new 161-room hotel has a 1960s flavor, with custom, handmade furniture such as midcentury desk chairs, and locally sourced artwork including ceramics by José Noé Suro. Esperanza, an Auberge Resort (from $550; esperanza.aubergeresorts.com) The 57-room property, designed by Mary Alice Palmer of HKS Architects (also behind The Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch), features rooms and casitas with antique mirrors, handblown glass light fixtures and embroidered pillows made by local artisans. One&Only Palmilla (from $455; oneandonlyresorts.com) In addition to a new 22,000-square-foot spa and freshly decorated guest rooms, the resort’s revamped activities schedule ranges from farm tours and cooking classes at the on-site herb garden, to painting and sculpture lessons with a local, in-house artist, to golf at the 18-hole Quivira Los Cabos course, masterminded by Jack Nicklaus. Marquis Resort & Spa (from $650; marquisloscabos.com) At this 235-room oasis, guests can choose to lounge at one of three swimming pools replete with decadent snack service (think churros, fresh pastries or corn on the cob), relive old drive-in theater days with an outdoor movie screening or relax in the brand-new 13,000-square-foot spa with a Marquis Los Cabos rose body treatment by Natura Bissé.
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dios and how to collect. Relying on Neman’s degree in fine art and Klein’s in art history from the University of Michigan, the duo originally launched by representing people they knew and friends of friends. Today Neman tours art schools, trolls the Internet and attends vital art fairs to augment a roster that features Anna Ayeroff, Gia Coppola, David Kitz, Travis Schneider and others. Past artists have included “bro artist” Dean Levin, whose work is owned by Leonardo DiCaprio and Michael Ovitz, up-and-comer Evan Robarts and other newsmaking members of the Brooklyn-based, artist-run Still House Group. “I was looking for an aesthetic and vibe,” explains L.A.-based fine-art photographer and printmaker Brandy Eve Allen. She chose to work with Neman and Klein in part due to their taste level and ability to make concise choices about the number of artists and works to represent. “It’s hard to have authenticity recognized,” she muses. Tappan painter and textile artist Stevie Howell found an even bigger draw in the exposure she’s gleaned from being a part of the group; the collective sets up nontraditional projects and commercial collaborations with companies such as Intermix, MasterCard and Nike. “It’s a new world,” says Howell. “Rather than creating one painting per month and showing it to a few people…it’s all over the place.” She recently displayed her work at an exhibition at the Los Angeles Music Center and created a limitedCONTINUED ON P.128 edition tote
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ABOVE Here is Humanity, a continuous stream of life by mixed media artist Anna Ayeroff. LEFT Runway by photographer and filmmaker Gia Coppola. Both start at $100 on Tappan Collective.
NEMAN: SASHA YOUNG. SHIP’S END: COURTESY OF TAPPAN COLLECTIVE. UNTITLED CAYUCOS: COURTESY OF THE ARTIST. HEMLOCK: COURTESY OF THE ARTIST. HOWELL: MARIA DEL RIO. HERE IS HUMANITY, A CONTINUOUS STREAM OF LIFE: COURTESY OF THE ARTIST. RUNWAY: GIA COPPOLA
Tappan Collective co-founder Chelsea Neman. Ship’s End by photographer David Kitz. Untitled Cayucos by photographer and printmaker Brandy Eve Allen. BELOW A Tappan limited-edition print, Hemlock, by Stevie Howell. The painter and textile designer in her Oakland studio.
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year ago this month I quit my job at the San Francisco Design Center to create art full time,” says Heather Day. Today the artist lives entirely off of the proceeds she makes from Tappan Collective. A 2012 brainchild of 20-somethings Chelsea Neman and Jordan Klein, the collective hacks the usual flow of the art market by connecting recent art-school grads with an audience of first-time collectors—forming what is, in effect, a meeting and marketplace for neophytes. Art can range in price from $20 to $8,000 and shoppers can pick up original works and editions. “Collectors can support emerging artists at an early place [in their career] and get access to their work before it becomes much more expensive,” explains Neman from her office in Downtown Los Angeles. For Day, new to S.F. after studying art in Baltimore, working with the group was a godsend. The artist had secured a studio in Oakland and was pursuing a practice of paintings and collage influenced by abstract expressionists Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock while still working at Janus et Cie in the Design Center. Neman and Klein reached out to her after seeing her images on Instagram. “I didn’t [initially] like the idea of my paintings going in a ‘shopping cart’ online,” Day recalls. “But they are doing something new and doing it in the right way.” Functioning much like a brick-and-mortar gallery, the collective shares the profits of all sales with the artists. For Neman and Klein (who has since left the collective) the proof of concept was quick: “People really do want original work—and not just a pretty image. They want to connect with artists and are looking for something that an artist touched, and to be inspired,” Neman says. The site has differentiated itself with discerning curation and editorial about the artists, their stu-
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f Cambodian, Chinese, Greek and Australian lineage, Hawaii and Southern California native Chrysanthe Tan’s path is fittingly one-of-a-kind. The artist first studied violin with a bluegrass teacher, singing during lessons, improvising and working off of handwritten sheets of melody and chords. It was during middle school that she turned to a more classical education complete with orchestra time and competitions. “I’ve always favored pushing myself in order to reap extraordinary benefits,” says Tan. Her expansive education has come full circle: The Stanford and CalArts grad plays in the pop world as a backup violinist for Ariana Grande, Alicia Keys, Nicki Minaj and others. “I have nerves of steel… in part due to the sheer number of times I’ve set foot on stage at this point,” Tan says. She also collaborates with musicians such as classically trained guitarist Sean Hayward on experimental Balkan music and composes her own work. This July, her debut album, Stories, allows Tan to share her most expressive self. The 20 tracks of postclassical, post-minimalist instrumental chamber music are the sum of many early mornings when she would wake up “still half asleep and groggy,” and let her fingers “play whatever spilled out in my subconscious state,” she says. chrysanthetan.com.
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The A+D Architecture and Design Museum returns Downtown this summer after 12 years near LACMA, with a new warehouse-turnedmuseum space and a splashy gala. “Celebrate: 2015 Shelter,” June 27; 900 E. Fourth St., L.A., 323-932-9393; aplusd.org.
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Arts and fine dining in all its iterations make up the 10th annual FESTIVAL DEL SOLE in Napa. Lunch at a winery by day and take in the velvety sounds of operatic soprano Deborah Voigt at night. July 17-26; festivaldelsole.org. Laguna Beach’s annual PAGEANT OF THE MASTERS re-creates Winslow Homer and other artists’ paintings with costumed performers, narration and an original score; surreal, but absolutely Napa’s Festival del Sole. magical. July 8-Aug. 31; foapom.com. OJAI MUSIC FESTIVAL highlights Pierre Boulez with the West Coast premiere of “A Pierre Dream,” a multimedia installation with music, narration and film about the experimental French composer, staged within a Frank Gehry set. June 10-14; ojaifestival.org. Catch the Black Keys, Chet Faker, Ben Harper, Hot Chip, Billy Idol, Kendrick Lamar, Mumford & Sons and many others at OUTSIDE LANDS FESTIVAL in San Francisco, and snack on fare from cult food trucks such as Del Popolo and Seoul on Wheels—no Twitter stalking required. Aug. 7-9; sfoutsidelands.com. Finally, take in iconic flicks such as Harold and Maude and The Wizard of Oz under the stars—and above Hollywood’s old guard—at HOLLYWOOD FOREVER CEMETERY. Throughout the summer; cinespia.org.
TAN: NICHOLAS ROBERTS. A+D: COURTESY OF EHRLICH ARCHITECTS. FESTIVAL DEL SOLE: VI BOTTARO
heightened sense of the theatrical and fabulous stagecraft, Boris Eifman’s Rodin, a re-enactment of the sculptor’s life, work and love affair with his muse, Camille Claudel, should be epic. June 12-14; 135 N. Grand Ave., L.A., 213-972-7211; musiccenter.org. OUTERLANDS This restaurant’s delicious homemade levain flatbread, salted-caramel forbidden rice dessert and roasted barley tea make you feel like you’re in a redwood cabin a million miles from civilization. 4001 Judah St., S.F.; 415-661-6140; outerlandssf.com. OPENING DAY AT DEL MAR A feast for the eyes: I love the finicky horses prancing in the paddock, the jockeys in their racing colors, the breathless bettors crowding the windows, and ladies looking like tropical birds in their hats. July 16; dmtc.com. INDIAN SPRINGS CALISTOGA This old-school spa tops my list of favorites for its divine geyser-fueled pools, low-key atmosphere and skilled masseuses. 1712 Lincoln Ave., Calistoga, 707-942-4913; indianspringscalistoga.com.
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WITH THE DEBUT OF HER FIRST FILM THIS SUMMER, L.A.’S HOMEGROWN SUPERMODEL CHANEL IMAN IS JUST BEGINNING TO SHOW HER CARDS By Lesley McKenzie Photographed by Gilles Bensimon
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Dsquared2 swimsuit, $1,800. Lanvin cuffs, $985 each.
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DIDN’T GET IN SO much trouble, but I got in enough,” confesses Chanel Iman, as she heads for a second helping of fruit and eggs from the breakfast spread on set at a private residence in Pacific Palisades. “A little trouble is good.” The 5-foot-10-inch stunner, who has made her career walking the runway for the likes of Versace, Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen and Yves Saint Laurent, is reflecting on her formative years in Culver City, contrasting her own experience to Lily, the off-the-rails, ecstasy-taking seductress she plays in her first feature film, Dope. “I love my character because she’s really edgy. She’s wild, young and free-spirited,” says Iman. “It was the perfect part because nobody’s ever seen me messed up. They’ve all seen me nice and dressed up—like a lady.” Iman took a leap of faith last summer when she signed on for the indie movie written and directed by emerging talent Rick Famuyiwa. The coming-of-age comedy/ drama set in Inglewood started a bidding war at the Sundance Film Festival (the flick ultimately sold for $7 million to Sony Pictures); it was also the final screening at the Cannes Film Festival and is set for theatrical release June 19. Not bad for a bigscreen debut. “[This role] was just meant to be. The script popped up, and I wasn’t even thinking about doing movies yet,” says the 24-year-old, who only had a week to prepare with a coach before auditioning. “I knew it was something that I wanted to be part of because of the people who were involved,” she adds, referring to Famuyiwa and producer/ narrator Forest Whitaker, as well as castmates Zoë Kravitz, Quincy Brown and her now ex-boyfriend, rapper A$AP Rocky, who was chosen for the hip-hop-centric flick after being introduced to Famuyiwa by Iman. It’s safe to say she’ll have a built-in audience: Iman’s 800,000-plus Instagram fans watch the model’s every turn, monitoring her behind-the-scenes movements on editorial shoots, candid moments with friends Gigi Hadid and Chrissy Teigen and obligatory sunkissed Coachella poses. Iman courts the voyeurism, using it to her advantage: “It gives models a chance to have a voice and personality—a lot of my coolest jobs come through social media,” she says, explaining how casting directors are known to take a peek at a model’s online platforms to get a sense of who she really is, beyond her portfolio. “Some people just fall in love with you—who you are, not just a pretty face,” she adds. These days, being in the spotlight is second nature to Iman, who made her official runway debut at age 16. Born in Atlanta to parents of African-American and Korean-American heritage, she was raised in Los Angeles, and signed to Ford Models at age 13. Three years later, in 2007, Vogue tapped her as one of “The World’s Next Top Models.” Since then, she’s appeared in countless editorials around the globe, and advertising campaigns for the likes of Ralph Lauren and Bottega Veneta. In 2010, she earned her Victoria’s Secret Angel wings, and earlier this year graced the pages CONTINUED ON P.128
Lisa Marie Fernandez swimsuit, $455. HervĂŠ Van Der Straeten necklace, price upon request.
“I didn’t get in so much trouble, but I got in enough. A little trouble is good.”
La Perla swimsuit, $194. Estate Cartier earrings, $6,250. Estate Tiffany & Co. cuffs, $3,850 and $7,250. Estate Hermès ring, $1,450. MAKEUP Make Up For Ever Step 1 Skin Equalizer, $36, HD Foundation Invisible Cover foundation, $43, Aqua Eyes waterproof eyeliner pencil, $19, and Artist Plexi-Gloss in Pearly Beige, $19. Tom Ford Shade & Illuminate highlighter and shader duet, $77, and Eye Color Quad in Cocoa Mirage, $79. Clinique Blended Face Powder and Brush, $24. Chanel Soleil Tan De Chanel bronzer, $48. Elizabeth Arden Ceramide cream blush in Plum, $24. Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill mascara, $32. Kevyn Aucoin Flesh Tone lip pencil in Pinky Nude, $25. L’Oréal nail polish in Charmed I’m Sure, $6.
A FRESH SPIN ON NOSTALGIC ENTERTAINING, COURTESY OF ROSE STORY FARMâ€™S DANIELLE HAHN By Jennifer Blaise Kramer Photographed by Nancy Neil
Rose Story Farm sits on 15 acres in the Carpinteria foothills. The owners host private parties, but open it up to the public for weekly tours. OPPOSITE Owner Danielle Hahn is the 2014 recipient of the Great Rosarian of the World award.
ET A COUPLE of miles inland from Carpinteria’s famous waves, past avocado orchards and up a dusty country-lane road, lies the enchanted Rose Story Farm, a 15-acre oasis blanketed with 30,000 rose bushes presided over by Danielle Hahn, a recent recipient of the elite title Great Rosarian of the World. It’s the sort of setting befitting a royal wedding (and the working farm did historically serve as the backdrop for many fairy-tale nuptials), but currently Hahn, who distributes her flowers to local Santa Barbara and Montecito markets as well as all over the continental U.S., reserves the property for more intimate events like today’s celebration—guests from Santa Barbara and Los Angeles have gathered for the birthday of one of her close friends. The tables are set for 60 with vintage plates, heirloom linens and pink centerpieces full of nonfragrant flowers—so as not to compete with the food: a menu crafted by Hahn’s likeminded collaborator, chef Valerie Rice of the blog Eat Drink Garden. “Val has my same sensibilities about fresh produce; everything comes from my garden or hers,” says Hahn. Dishes of chicken with salsa verde, gem salad with green goddess dressing, spring vegetable quinoa, and bright beets with oranges are accented with seasonal ingredients such as green garlic, Meyer lemon, radishes and French tarragon, and plated buffet-style on fig leaves from Hahn’s garden. As guests clink strawberry shrub and mint cocktails (“The shrub is my savior,” says Rice of her mixology leanings) and admire a coconut cake studded with roses, there is yet another welcome addition to the alfresco lunch: a surprise operatic performance by one of Hahn’s sons, Geoff (a recent graduate of the combined program at The Juilliard School and Columbia University who flew out for the occasion)—an inspired touch that, like everything, fits with Hahn’s homegrown philosophy. “One hundred percent of my flowers and most of the food are from the garden,” she says. “I haven’t bought a single flower in years.” •
Guests dine on the lawn. Thirty thousand rose plants grace Rose Story Farm and Hahn puts their flowers everywhere—in bikes, on cakes, on bars—but never on the dining table. The menu includes gem salad with green goddess dressing and Corona beans with celery and Meyer lemon. An arch of roses connects the upper garden to the lower farmhouse. The centerpiece features nonfragrant complementary plants and flowers such as hydrangeas, geraniums, hellebore and common hedge materials. In every direction, there are rows of roses, flanked by lemon trees and lavender shrubs.
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Chef Valerie Rice puts the final touches on a roseadorned coconut cake. OPPOSITE, CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT Colorful roasted beets with Cara Cara oranges and mint. Rose Story Farm’s retail store, full of vintage decor. There are 120 varieties of roses grown on the property. The farm sits snugly between the mountains and the coast.
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Two for the Road A PAIR OF FREE-SPIRITED TRAILBLAZERS ARE READY TO CRUISE IN THE SEASON’S RETRO LOOKS Photographed by Christopher Ferguson
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On Elyse (left): Valentino jumpsuit, $2,290. Elisa Solomon Moon necklace, $200. Huckleberry Pendant necklace, $1,000. On Georgia: Chloé top, $2,650. Giuseppe Zanotti Design shorts, $1,125. Jill Hoffmeister earrings, $1,400. Mara Carrizo Scalise Triple Cuff ring, $510. B.C.E. Jewelry lapis ring, $1,140. 1969 280SL: Courtesy of Mercedes-Benz USA FASHION EDITOR: SHADI BECCAI
Eres swim top, $250, and bottom, $190. Elisa Solomon ring, $1,420. OPPOSITE Louis Vuitton dress, price upon request, and boots,Â $1,920.
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On Georgia: Proenza Schouler swimsuit, $365. Ancient Greek Sandals, $185. On Elyse: Eres swimsuit, $535. Ulla Johnson cardigan, $460. Sunnylife picnic basket, $75. Kassatex yellow towel, $50, and blue towel, $37. Roseark tie-dye towel,Â $128. Terrain throw, $98.
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Tibi top, $295. Theory shorts, $675. Mara Carrizo Scalise cuff ring, $510, Snake ring, $1,695, necklace, $2,995, and belt, $155. B.C.E. Jewelry lapis ring, $1,140. Janessa Leone hat, $165. OPPOSITE On Elyse: Paul & Joe jacket, $665. Bottega Veneta dress, $2,250. Rosetta Getty clogs, $695. On Georgia: Altuzarra tunic, $2,990. LeSwim sandals, $288. Mara Carrizo Scalise necklace, $295. The Way We Wore hat, $225. YSL vintage belt, $125.
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On Georgia: Tommy Hilfiger jacket, $490. J.Crew top, $228. Guess shorts, $69. On Elyse: Marni dress, $2,870. Guess jacket, $128. Bensimon shoes, $55. J.McLaughlin T-shirt, $68. J Brand jeans, $238. The Way We Wore belt, $225. Smith + Mara stacked rings, $1,255 each.
LOCATIONS: LOON POINT BEACH, OJAI MEADOWS PRESERVE (BY PERMISSION, OJAI VALLEY LAND CONSERVANCY), OJAI RANCHO INN. MODELS: ELYSE TAYLOR AND GEORGIA FOWLER @ IMG MODELS. HAIR: LUKE CHAMBERLAIN AT FORWARD ARTISTS USING MOROCCANOIL. MAKEUP: SHANE PAISH AT WALTER SCHUPFER MANAGEMENT USING DIORSHOW. MANICURE: TAMI GUERRERO AT COASTAL PEDICURE. STYLIST ASSISTANT: FIONA PARK. FASHION INTERN: KARLIE MEJIA. SEE SHOPPING GUIDE FOR MORE DETAILS, P.129.
On Elyse: Max Mara cardigan, $2,495. Velvet by Graham & Spencer top, $88. Fendi jeans, similar styles available. Joie sandals, $320. Mara Carrizo Scalise belt, $155. On Georgia: Tommy Hilfiger jacket, $850. Jenni Kayne tunic, $325. Mother jeans, $176. Chloé shoes, $1,095.
On Georgia: Hermès dress, $1,925. On Elyse: Serena & Lily dress, $275. Longchamp brown bag, $440, and striped bag, $745. MAKEUP Tatcha Luminous Dewy Skin Mist, $48, and Camellia Nourishing lip balm, $36. Dior Diorshow Extase mascara in black, $28.50, Diorskin Nude Tan Tie Dye Edition Blush Harmony in Pink Sunrise, $57, and Diorskin Nude BB Creme Summer 2015 Limited Edition, $45.
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MODEL ANGELA LINDVALL OPENS HER EXPANSIVE TOPANGA PROPERTY AS A RETREAT FOR WELLNESS SEEKERS IN ONE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA’S FAVORITE HIPPIE IDYLLS By Christine Lennon
Half yurt, half Moroccan Kasbah, the tented yoga pavilion features an enviable only-in-California view.
For a certain population of spiritual acolytes—yogis, chakra cleansers, shamanistic raindrop therapists— the village of Topanga, just north of Los Angeles, is the center of the universe. Or a vortex, according to local New Age lore, because of its position between the ocean and the mountains, where healing arts and eccentricity thrive. “I can feel a physical shift when I turn off of PCH and drive up here,” says Angela Lindvall, model, environmental activist and proud owner of a multi-acre property near the village, which she has transformed into a wellness retreat called Greenleaf Oasis. “It’s so close to Santa Monica and the [San Fernando] Valley, but it’s another world completely.” For the past two years, Lindvall has been devising the ultimate wellness retreat program: a three-night stay at her rustic property, which features a deep emerald pool, a barn, access to hiking trails and the requisite yurt. Lindvall has pulled together a dream team of healers well-versed in the language of “transformation from within”: food by Urban Remedy founder, acupuncturist and certified Chinese herbalist Neka Pasquale; yoga with Sukhdev Jackson, a renowned Kundalini instructor; plus facials, massages and innovative bodywork therapies. “Personally, I’ve been on this journey for a while now, and I’ve met all of these amazing people along the way,” she says. “My home has been kind of a sacred space where I have my friends over for yoga or to do cleanses. I had five acres here for a long time. When I was able to buy five acres next door, it really came to life and I knew I could open it up to guests. The plan is to start our farming initiatives and eventually grow all of the food for the retreat here, too.” The property can accommodate five guests in private rooms, or up to 10 guests in shared rooms, and can be booked for group events. “The idea was to create a space where people can de-stress and reconnect to themselves,” says Lindvall, who has plans for morning beach walks, hikes, even the occasional “ecstatic dance” class. “I want it to be fun,” she adds. The first Re-New Retreat is scheduled for this summer from July 23-26 and, if all goes according to plan, Lindvall will host up to five per year. Down the line, she may even expand to open an Ayurvedic healing day spa. “Something wonderful happens when people come together to offer each other support and compassionate understanding,” says Lindvall, who is speaking about the positive energy that develops among the guests at a retreat, but could also be referring to the community of Topanga in general. “It’s the power of collective intention.” Rates from $2,200 per person; greenleafoasis.org. •
FROM TOP An outdoor lounge at Lindvall’s Topanga Canyon property, Greenleaf Oasis, is built for relaxing. A garden path cuts through the lush mountain plantings. The home can accommodate up to 10 guests for three-day retreats. OPPOSITE Lindvall, a preternaturally youthful 36-year-old mother of two, makes a compelling case for healthy, wellnessfocused living.
GREENLEAF OASIS (3) AND OPPOSITE: CHRIS CHANDLER
The Bright Side of Life
FOR DEWEY AND STEPHANIE NICKS, A BESPOKE ABODE IN CARPINTERIA LED TO AN EXTENDED VACATION By Melissa Goldstein Photographed by Dewey Nicks
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The facade features colorful panels of stucco and natural cedarwood. The patio furniture is from the Eye of the Day in Carpinteria.
TEPHANIE SAID, ‘Let’s just go live in an art project for a year,’ ” remembers lifestyle and fashion photographer Dewey Nicks of his wife’s idea to temporarily move their family from L.A. to the surf town of Carpinteria. “We thought, we’ll always have this nice time that we gave ourselves as a present.” Six years later, the couple and their now-12-year-old twins, son George and daughter Madeleine, are still happily ensconced in their “vacation home”: a high modernistmeets-New England traditional collaboration built from the ground up with architect Barbara Bestor, where a typical day sees the family rise with the sun for a “surfers’ breakfast” of eggs, tortillas, black beans and avocado, and conversation spanning everything from HGTV to iconic French fashion photographer Guy Bourdin amid a soundtrack of Page Cavanaugh and Peggy Lee records. “They have psychotically good taste, and they’re very astute ‘architecture people,’” says Bestor of the Nickses (Stephanie previously worked as a producer on photo shoots, which is how the couple met). “They lived in an Irving Gill house for a long time, then a super-modern house with Terrazzo flooring, and then a house with a Kelly Wearstler type of vibe in the flats of Beverly Hills—they’re open to fluid [stylistic] identities.” The vision for these oceanfront digs was yet another departure, and utilitarian in origin: “We wanted to be able to take bicycles, paddleboards and kayaks in and out of the house—to have a place that sand could come into—so, almost like a garage,” says Dewey. Bestor’s blueprint adheres to the neighborhood-imposed 13-foot building height cap while maximizing natural light via sawtooth roofs: “The house has a kind of Mies [van der Rohe]ian profile—flat, low and horizontal, but also containing a lot of spatial variation on the inside so it feels spacious,” says Bestor, who selected a “low-key seaside weather-friendly materials palette” of rough fir planks, plywood, natural cedar, cement board siding and stucco—allowing the exposed wood construction to frame the interior. “I’ve always been drawn to American light-industrial kinds of buildings,” says Dewey, whose clients range from Max Mara and Nike to Vogue and Vanity Fair, “so I liked making the structure part of the decorative.”
The honest environs are a container for a well-traveled amalgamation of Moroccan rugs, paintings by Monique Prieto and John McLaughlin, photographs by Richard Avedon, Bert Stern and Danny Lyon, statement pieces including a Frank Gehry cardboard chair, and an extensive array of objets such as handblown glass vases by Caleb Siemon—all set against a warm, neutral palette. The considered eclectic motif was shaped by the couple’s friend, beloved interior designer Paul Fortune, whose bold inclinations helped to seal the easygoing mantra of the home: “He upholstered the dining room chairs in cream suede, and I said, ‘Are you crazy? We have little kids and we’re at the beach! And what happens when people spill?’ ” says Stephanie. “He said, ‘They’ll still look fantastic.’ And that attitude prevailed—like, stuff happens and none of it is tragic,” adds Dewey. “We embraced the idea that we would just be comfortable and live with it.” Though Dewey retains a live-work loft near the Hollywood Bowl, and he and Stephanie keep an eye out for familysuited properties in Los Angeles and New York, they admit it’s a halfhearted search: It’s hard to beat their current lifestyle, in which itineraries are dictated by the tides (the beach is a mere 100 yards away), spontaneous jaunts to Ojai and Solvang abound, and they have the ’70s-era confidence to safely set the kids free in the neighborhood. “There’s nothing better than designing a beach house,” says Bestor. “Because what everyone thinks a beach house should be—that’s what I think regular life should be.” •
OPPOSITE FROM TOP Madeleine Nicks kicks back in the living room, beneath a Monique Prieto painting. The family gathers in the light-drenched dining room. “The sun is a huge part of the way the house works,” says Dewey Nicks.
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Madeleine practices her swing by the pool. OPPOSITE The master bathroom is tiled with cement Fez tiles from L.A.-based Granada Tile. C 00 The cabinets are painted with vibrant Dutch lacquer doorÂ paint.
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An abstract work by John McLaughlin is among the family’s prized possessions: “We originally bought it in New York, but he’s a California artist, so when we brought it back we thought it was meant to be—this painting needs to live at a beach house,” says Stephanie Nicks. OPPOSITE FROM TOP A joyous group jump. A photograph by Tim Barber hangs in the master bedroom, which features bed linens from Upstairs at Pierre Lafond in Montecito.
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“Because it’s a small space, we did every surface in one giant pattern so you don’t notice the walls,” says Clarke. The rest of the “500 square feet of bliss” is covered in grass cloth and art from Hawaii and California, the two places Luna and Clarke feel most connected to. They say the trailer reminds them of a storage cabana in Costa Brava, Spain. “I love that it’s a mix of both Tim and me; where I collect California pottery, he collects surfboards,” says Luna.
“We both think of them as art because that’s what they are.” Their vision of a beach community with a relaxed vibe extends to their entertaining, which happens on the beach. Weekends are spent meditating, hosting family picnics and back gammon matches, and throwing a Frisbee with their dogs (“Charlie really is the Frisbee champion of the world,” says Luna, referring to their mixed breed rescue.) “We make a lobster salad and head to the beach with friends and some rosé,” he says. “What else do you need?” •
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bag for Intermix. “It sends you down a rabbit hole,” says Howell of the opportu nities afforded by these commissions. “I suddenly wanted to do all this glitch artwork. Once you try one thing, you find new ways to interact with your aesthetic and show it to people.” It’s their strategic synthesis of the roles of dealer and agent that seems to be the linchpin in Tappan’s equation. “Our passions lie with supporting the artists,” says Neman. “We really care about help ing people to understand how and why they are making what they are making, and sharing their stories.” •
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of Sports Illustrated’s annual Swim suit Issue. Though her modeling career re quires Iman to be based in New York City, she regularly makes trips back home to Los Angeles. And if her fam ily, the beach and favorite haunts like Tito’s Tacos weren’t already reason enough to commute, she’s recently been romantically linked to Lakers player Jordan Clarkson. Ultimately, she sees herself settling down in her hometown. “I remember when I did my first fashion show for L.A. Fashion Week and everyone was clapping for me,” she says. “Then I flew out for my first show in New York and no one was clapping—I felt like I was doing something wrong,” she reveals with a laugh. “L.A. is good because the people here show a lot of love.” For now, though, Iman won’t be sitting still anywhere, with summer plans already in motion for vacation in the Caribbean and Italy’s Amalfi Coast, following her recent trip to Cannes for the screening of Dope. “Acting is just like being a fashion model,” she muses. “If you’re not trying too hard or overthinking it, the pictures come to life.” Spoken like a natural. •
THE WAY WE ARE, Surfboards at Art Luna and Tim Clarke’s Paradise Cove trailer, p.68.
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SHOPPING GUIDE ON OUR COVER Alexandre Vauthier white swimsuit, $550, Just One Eye, L.A., 888-563-6858. Gucci knot necklace, $6,450, beladora.com. Lanvin gold metal chain Ischia bracelets, $985 each, Lanvin, B.H., 310-402-0580. TABLE OF CONTENTS p.14 La Perla black Yacht Lounge swimsuit, $194, La Perla, B.H., 310-860-0561; laperla.com. Estate Cartier panther hoop earrings, $6,250, Estate Tiffany & Co. cuff bracelet, $3,850, Estate Tiffany & Co. Frank Gehry gold cuff bracelet, $7,250, and Estate Hermès rolling ring, $1,450, beladora.com. p.16 Diane von Furstenberg blue lace dress, $798, dvf.com. Mara Carrizo Scalise triple cuff ring, $510, and dew necklace box chain, $295, maramcs.com. B.C.E. Jewelry lapis and diamond ring, $1,140, Roseark, W.H., 323822-3600; roseark.com. MAKING A SPLASH p.90 Eres white Satellite swimsuit, $550, Eres, B.H., 310-246-1008. Gucci necklace,
see On Our Cover. Gucci gold Iconic Boule bracelet, $6,450, beladora.com. Estate Cartier diamond logo ring, $2,500, beladora.com. p.93 Lisa Marie Fernandez black and cream crepe Riri Maillot, $455, H. Lorenzo, W.H., 310-659-1432. Hervé Van der Straeten hand hammered brass Pliage necklace, price upon request, Neiman Marcus, B.H., 310-550-5900. p.95 Dsquared2 one-piece swimsuit with barbed wire detail, $1,800, Dsquared2, B.H., 310-888-0117. Lanvin bracelets, see On Our Cover. p.95 Lisa Marie Fernandez black and cream crepe Riri Maillot, $455, H. Lorenzo, W.H., 310-659-1432. Hervé Van der Straeten hand hammered brass Pliage necklace, price upon request, Neiman Marcus, B.H., 310-550-5900. P.97 La Perla swimsuit, Estate Cartier earrings, Estate Tiffany & Co. bracelets, and Estate Hermès ring, see Table of Contents. MAKEUP Make Up For Ever Step 1 Skin Equalizer, $36, HD Foundation Invisible Cover Foundation, $43, Aqua Eyes Waterproof Eyeliner Pencil, $19, and Artist Plexi-Gloss, $19, Make Up For Ever, B.H., 310-289-1758; makeupforever.com. Tom Ford Shade & Illuminate Highlighter & Shader Duet, $77, and Eye Color Quad, $79, Tom Ford, B.H., 310-270-9440; tomford.com. Clinique Blended Face Powder and Brush, $24, Nordstrom, The Grove, L.A., 323-9302230; nordstrom.com. Chanel Soleil Tan De Chanel, $48, Chanel, B.H., 310-278-5505; chanel.com. Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Cream Blush, $24, elizabetharden.com. Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill Mascara, $32, giorgioarmanibeauty-usa.com. Kevyn Aucoin Flesh Tone Lip Pencil, $25, kevynaucoin.com.
TWO FOR THE ROAD p.104 Elyse: Valentino denim Double Color jumpsuit, $2,290, Valentino, S.F., 415772-9835. Elisa Solomon Moon necklace, $200, and Huckleberry gold Rx Pendant necklace, $1,000, Roseark, W.H., 323-8223600, roseark.com. Georgia: Chloé cloque silk crepon top, $2,650, Chloé, W.H., 323602-0000. Giuseppe Zanotti Design tanned suede shorts with fringe, $1,125, Giuseppe Zanotti, B.H., 310-550-5760. Jill Hoffmeister diamond studs, $1,400, roseark.com. B.C.E. Jewelry lapis and diamond ring and Mara Carrizo Scalise triple cuff ring, see Table of Contents. p.106 Eres green Boussole bikini top, $250, and Compas bikini bottom, $190, Eres, B.H., 310-246-1008. Elisa Solomon tie-dye band ring, $1,420, roseark.com. Elisa Solomon moon necklace, and Huckleberry necklace, see p.104. p.107 Louis Vuitton white Romantic Jersey dress, price upon request, and Eel High boots with Monogram Flower heels, $1,920, louisvuitton.com. p.108 Proenza Schouler white bandeau high-waisted bikini, $365, Proenza Schouler, N.Y., 212-420-7300. Ancient Greek Sandals natural Clio sandals, $185, Jenni Kayne, W.H., 310-860-0123. Jill Hoffmeister studs, see p.104. p.109 Ulla Johnson handloomed cotton Gemma cardigan, $460, Ron Herman, B.H., 310-550-0910; ronherman.com. Eres one-piece Carlingue swimsuit, $535, Eres, B.H., 310-246-1008. Elisa Solomon ring, see p.106. Kassatex yellow Fouta towel, $36, gray Fouta towel, $36, and Bodrum towel, $49, kassatex.com. Roseark full moon towel, $128, roseark.com. Terrain tasseled linen throw, $98, shopterrain.com. Sunnylife picnic basket, $75, sunnylife.com. p.110 Elyse: Paul & Joe suede Syrtes jacket, $665, Paul & Joe, L.A., 310-270-4620. Bottega Veneta gingham check viscose dress, $2,250, Bottega Veneta, B.H., 310-858-6533. Rosetta Getty tan and navy clogs, $695, net-a-porter.com. Georgia: Altuzarra suede Bianca tunic, $2,990, Barneys New York, B.H., 310-276-4400. LeSwim hydra low lace-up sandals in saddle calf leather, $288, leswim.com. Yves Saint Laurent brown leather belt with pony hair, $125, and vintage 1940s dark brown suede hat with brown tassel detail, $225, The Way We Wore, L.A., 323-937-0878. Mara Carrizo Scalise dew necklace box chain, see Table of Contents. p.111 Tibi white shirt, $295, tibi. com. Theory suede short, $675, netaporter. com. Janessa Leone straw Wright hat, $165, janessaleone.com. Mara Carrizo Scalise snake ring, $1,695, gold pearl necklace, $2,995, and polo belt, $155, maramcs.com. Mara Carrizo Scalise triple cuff ring, see Table of Contents. B.C.E. Jewelry ring, see Table of Contents. p.112 Georgia: Tommy Hilfiger suede mix jacket, $490, Tommy Hilfiger, W.H., 310-2471475. J.Crew cashmere tipped polo sweater, $288, jcrew.com. Guess high-rise 1981 shorts,
$69, Guess, B.H., 310-247-8667. Mara Carrizo Scalise snake ring, see p.111. Elyse: Marni multicolor dress, $2,870, Marni, W.H., 323782-1101. Guess cropped denim jacket, $128, Guess, B.H., 310-247-8667. Bensimon tennis shoes, $55, bensimon.com. Elisa Solomon tiedye band ring, see p.106. Elisa Solomon moon necklace and Huckleberry necklace, see p.104. Elyse: J.McLaughlin striped Madeline cotton tee, $68, J.McLaughlin, S.M., 323-747-1971. J Brand 802 demi jeans, $238, Ron Herman, W.H., 323-651-4129. The Way We Wore brown alligator belt, $225, The Way We Wore, L.A., 323-937-0878. Elisa Solomon tie-dye band ring, see p.106. Elisa Solomon moon necklace and Huckleberry pendant necklace, see p.104. Smith + Mara diamond stack rings, $1,255 each, Roseark, W.H., 323-822-3600; roseark.com. Georgia: Chloé top, see p.104. Jill Hoffmeister studs, see p.104. p.113 Elyse: Max Mara floral printed Oblio knit wool cardigan, $2,495, Max Mara, B.H., 310-3859343. Velvet by Graham & Spencer beki top, $88, Velvet by Graham & Spencer, L.A., 310395-4000. Fendi denim jeans, similar styles available, fendi.com. Mara Carrizo Scalise gold belt, $155, maramcs.com. Joie opal sandals, $320, Joie, W.H., 323-330-1255. Elisa Soloman moon necklace and Huckleberry necklace, see p.104. Georgia: Jenni Kayne ivory L/S tunic, $325, jennikayne.com. Tommy Hilfiger studded suede jacket, $850, Tommy Hilfiger, W.H., 310-247-1475. Mother jeans in The Siren Hot Rod, $176, motherdenim.com. Mara Carrizo Scalise polo belt, triple cuff ring, and snake ring, see p.111. Chloé high-heel slingback, $1,095, netaporter. com. Elyse: Bottega Veneta dress, see p.110. Paul & Joe jacket, see p.110. Georgia: Altuzarra tunic, see p.110. Mara Carrizo Scalise triple cuff ring and dew necklace box chain, see Table of Contents. B.C.E. Jewelry ring, see Table of Contents. Jill Hoffmeister studs, see p.104. p.114 Georgia: Hermès seersucker bustier dress, $1,925, hermes.com. Mara Carrizo Scalise gold pearl necklace, see p.111. Jill Hoffmeister studs, see p.104. Elyse: Serena & Lily cotton Margot Popover dress, $275, serenaandlily.com. Longchamp bag 2.0 crossbody, $440, and Parisis Multico document holder, $745, Longchamp, South Coast Plaza, C.M., 714-436-1963; longchamp.com. MAKEUP Tatcha Luminous Dewy Skin Mist, $48, tatcha.com. Dior Diorshow Extase Mascara in Black, $28.50, Diorskin Nude Tan Tie Dye Edition Blush Harmony in Pink Sunrise, $57, and Diorskin Nude BB Creme Summer 2015 Limited Edition, $45, dior.com. Tatcha Camellia Nourishing Lip Balm, $36, tatcha.com.
CORRECTION May 2015: In C People, we misspelled Gabriella Imperatori-Penn’s name. In What’s Hot, Mama Shelter was designed by Thierry Gaugain, not Philippe Starck.
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California CAPTURING THE GOLDEN STATE OF MIND
RELAXING AT LAKE TAHOE, 1959 War photographer-turned-good life documentarian Slim Aarons famously declared that “the only beach worth landing on is the one adorned with ravishing young semi-clad girls, sunbathing peacefully in the sun.” Of course, Aarons often extended the sentiment to pools, including this languorous summer moment in time captured in ’50s-era Lake Tahoe, a destination that’s retained its nostalgic, all-American charm to this day—drawing 3 million visitors annually to its snowy peaks and crystal waters, each looking to conjure their own version of the Technicolor holiday fantasy.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SLIM AARONS
C 130 SUMMER 2015
TEXT BY MELISSA GOLDSTEIN
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