A trio of new labels is home to L.A.’s best dance music
Karen and Quinn Hatfield show off the venerable fortified wine’s culinary side
One house in the hills of Echo Park proves itself a model of adaptable architecture
A pilgrimage to Martinique finds cane consummated as a heavenly spirit made from freshly pressed sugarcane wine
Menswear styles come and go, but the iconic Schott Perfecto lives to tell
Jazz is only the beginning for Esperanza Spalding
Ever since Chuck Berry’s country boy who plays guitar “just like ringin’ a bell,” the name has been rock ’n’ roll gold
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Century-old Llano del Rio—one man’s great hope for a Southern California Socialist utopia
A house redo in Santa Ynez takes its cues from the surrounding idyllic countryside
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
Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke has television—and Hollywood—all fired up
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The Killing’s Mireille Enos shows the world her bright side
Farmshop’s Jeff Cerciello shares an ancient secret—and a recipe for avocado hummus
The confluence of art display and living area in a Westside home creates harmony between art and domesticity
Dive into spring fashion’s riot of color, set to the backdrop of Six Flags Magic Mountain
Mirror Mirror’s Lily Collins—meet the very real girl behind a fairy-tale role
Tilda Swinton shines for Pomellato—and shares the secrets of her style
Palm Springs’ new kid on the hotel block, the Saguaro, is a bright and happy place
Joking around with George Clooney—no, seriously—as his A-list friends tell tales on his wicked sense of humor
Actress Viola Davis talks Hollywood, humility and digging deep to help others
Roy M. Brewer explores Ronald Reagan’s far-from-conservative early days—hear the former president in archival tapes
Ceramist Antoinette Faragallah crafts phantasmagoric creations etching their way into high design
Reality reimagined as art, as American Idol stunner Katharine McPhee comes to TV with a Smash
The genius of Ellsworth Kelly on display in Los Angeles not once but twice
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John Rivera Sedlar’s fresh-corn tortillas are a sublime use of the quotidian grain—now he shows how you can make them at home.
The reimagining of Beverly Hills’ Temple Emanuel is the perfect intersection of hallowed and forward thinking.
George Clooney on how he turned paparazzi tactics on their ear and forged a mission of mercy to prevent African atrocities.
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A gift guide to the other scents of the season, picked by a writer who knows them best.
Geologically inspired jewelry from Kimberly McDonald takes a leap across gender lines.
Christopher Bailey’s master plan for taking Burberry where it’s not gone before.
Multimedia artist Geoff McFetridge’s collaboration with Heath Ceramics marks an intriguing shift for both.
With big roles in The Three Musketeers, Immortals and The Hobbit, the time is now for Luke Evans.
Donna Karan builds an Urban Zen oasis in L.A., with groundbreaking fashions and accessories sourced from around the globe.
The legendary house of Verdura re-creates Hollywood’s golden age with a line of jewelry that tips its hat to the beauties of yore.
New York crime photographer Weegee looked forward to coming west to ply his trade in Hollywood—until he got here.
A daughter’s search for the story behind her mother’s tragic path leads to a uniquely heartfelt understanding.
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