Brent Bolthouse and the Surfrider Foundation celebrated the grand opening of The Bungalow Huntington Beach with a private event in advance of the doors officially opening tonight, Friday July 8th. The event marked the official reveal of the second design collaboration between Studio Collective and Brent Bolthouse, which incorporated all of the favorite charms of the Santa Monica location, while paying homage to Huntington Beach’s ‘Surf City’ history and community.
If you’ve been in LA long enough, you have probably seen The Cobra Snake snapping pictures at a party. The Cobra Snake, also known as Mark Hunter, has been documenting the best parties in LA for over a decade. On June 30th, hipsters and vintage lovers joined the party legend at the re-opening of his Vintage Store, The Cobra Shop, in Hollywood. “We just want to have a fresh new
Let’s be honest, purchasing pot from a dispensary that you find off of the boardwalk of Venice Beach can feel grimy and seems passé. This month, legal cannabis full-service management company MedMen opened its flagship store in the heart of West Hollywood adding a modern experience in the whole buying weed process. Long known as a progressive hub of social policy, West Hollywood seems to be the ideal spot to
The Bungalow located at the Fairmont in Santa Monica has become a quintessential destination for tourists and locals alike ever since it opened its doors in July 2012. Conjured from hospitality visionary Brent Bolthouse, The Bungalow brand is known for its menu of refreshing cocktails and seasonal bites set against a stunning atmosphere that offers expansive ocean views, lush gardens, sweeping decks and rustic interior designs, all of which radiate
The Casper House hosted an exclusive bash June 9th to celebrate the opening of its summerhouse on Abbot Kinney. The night was lit blue to showcase the sleep brands award winning sleep surface. Casper partnered with illustrator, Jefferson Cheng to create the experience and décor of the house. Everything from the walls to décor including tables and chairs is illustrated making it appear as if you’re entering into a Casper
Located at 132 S. La Brea Ave in the heart of West Hollywood, Australian multi brand retailer, General Pants Co. celebrated the launch of its first ever stateside store The Local. 132 with DJ sets by Soko & Hayden James and a performance by Tijuana Panthers. Aussie cocktails by Sailor Jerry were served and complimentary tattoos were provided by Love Letters Tattoo. Throughout the summer of 2016 General Pants Co.
Fashionistas and influencers gathered for the opening of the Chan Luu US flagship boutique on May 18th in Santa Monica, CA. Decked out in Chan Luu, Jaime King looked stunning in the designer’s Black Mix Floral Print Dress ($436), Labradorite Framed Stud Earring ($120) and Labradorite Statement Necklace (Price Available Upon Request) as she celebrated the debut of the Santa Monica Place location. Guests admired the collections and enjoyed Essentia
Following Bally’s recent dinner hosted by Bally’s CEO Frédéric de Narp and Design Director, Pablo Coppola joined by Gwyneth Paltrow and Rachel Zoe at Chateau Marmont, it was time for the brand to unveil it’s new flagship store on Rodeo Drive. On May 17th, Swiss luxury brand Bally threw an elegant soirée at their alluring Beverly Hills location with host Randy Jackson in part to benefit the charity Delete Blood
Buca di Beppo celebrated their Grand Opening at the Original Farmer’s Market, attached to the Grove, last week with lots and lots of food. Guests including GG Gharachedaghi of Shahs of Sunset, and Jessica Hall of Kendra on Top had fun taking pictures in the meatball hall of fame photobooth, where they played with real food as props. Buca di Beppo is now officially open to the public, so make
Watch out, there is a new hotspot set to open next to the Troubadour from nightlife and hospitality giant, sbe Entertainment Group. Doheny Room is their newest venture set to open in May 2016. Founder, Chairman and CEO of sbe, Sam Nazarian, says “sbe has consistently stayed ahead of the curve producing unique concepts that redefine the Los Angeles scene. We observe changes in how our patrons socialize, and our