One house in the hills of Echo Park proves itself a model of adaptable architecture
There's some bloomin’ great menswear taking root this season
Menswear styles come and go, but the iconic Schott Perfecto lives to tell
From accessories and art to fabrics and furniture, the latest from the forefront of L.A.’s high style
Renaissance man Michael Boyd goes from collector to creator supreme with his new PLANEfurniture
Style, spirit and taste—and premier designer Jane Hallworth—define the late Laura Ziskin’s Santa Monica home
Jewelry designer David Yurman unveils his redone Beverly Hills flagship—and a slew of exclusive items
Sometimes the allure of fashion is quite clear
Today’s watches are so much more than a way to mark passing seconds, minutes and hours
This month, it's design of the times, as we report from the trenches of architecture, interiors, cars and Hollywood
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The pop and pow of art deco is back in the season’s designer offerings
Stephen Webster confesses to a multitude of sparkly sins—which one is you?
Marc Marmel’s attack of the packs breathes some new life into designer accessories
Dive into spring fashion’s riot of color, set to the backdrop of Six Flags Magic Mountain
Tilda Swinton shines for Pomellato—and shares the secrets of her style
In the realm of art and ideas: Cliff May’s home front, Rosson Crow’s climate control—and truly wearable art
A colorful wardrobe of maker’s marks...and a blast from the past
A formerly mandatory men's accessory resurfaces with a unique twist on the traditional
When menswear crosses lines, the result is straight-up high fashion
Always a shining star among the red carpet set, L’Wren Scott is making a grand entrance with her own line
Tony Duquette for Coach lights up the jewelry scene with one truly baublicious bauble
Ceramist Antoinette Faragallah crafts phantasmagoric creations etching their way into high design
Forefront fashion designer Tory Burch hones a plan for business--other people’s business
Ritsue Mishima makes magic out of glass
No gimmicks here, just our straight-up annual guide to the best in holiday presents for you and yours.
David Wiseman crafts a goblet to honor the natural world.
This month: art with a personal touch, art for the masses—and art from the fashion forward.
Multimedia artist Geoff McFetridge’s collaboration with Heath Ceramics marks an intriguing shift for both.
Donna Karan builds an Urban Zen oasis in L.A., with groundbreaking fashions and accessories sourced from around the globe.
Quizzical but genius fashion trends of fall: the peep-toe-boot, goat’s gift to the greater good and the marriage of hoodie and scarf.
Just a little old place in Los Feliz for a designing couple to transform into a home.
In the realm of arts+ideas: didactic decor, KAWS for cartoons—and High Desert hijinks
Denis Colomb proves cashmere isn’t just for sweaters anymore.
La Liz’s sparkling legacy is showcased in a spectacular auction.
A trio of Los Angeles designers that defies categorization and eschews trends duly rises from under the radar.
Azadeh Shladovsky came to furniture design through a quite unexpected route.
In the realm of arts + ideas.
The seductive charms of Christopher Come’s metal and glass Oblique screen.
Brothers Grimm tales, verklempt over Vermeer and L.A.'s upcoming FYF-dom.
Sculptor Anish Kapoor puts his twist on an already stunning espresso cup and saucer.
Java by design--from great minds going back decades. How far have we really come?
Hairstylist Chris McMillan partners with designer Trip Haenisch to create his eclectic WeHo redoubt.
Windowless, wrapped in a skin of panels and holding the collection of world’s richest man Carlos Slim Helú, Soumaya Museum brings a new kind of attraction to Mexico City.
There’s never been a more inspiring moment for bringing life to the great outdoors, and now design muses are hearing our call.
While much of the fashion industry stays in a slump, Los Angeles designer Jeremy Scott keeps things moving by refusing to be labeled.
Our May issue hones in on the arts of architecture and design—two always seen but not always appreciated applications of practical magic.