RSVP – Join SeaVees, Life After Denim, and STAG for a celebration of our new California Casual Residency in the loft of STAG, Venice. Drinks by Bulleit Burbon and House Beer, food by the KOGI Food Truck and the chance to win product from LAD and SeaVees. Fun times and good people guaranteed.
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
Gallery GO hosted an after-hours private party in conjunction with the 2016 LA Art Show. Artwork featuring Banksy amongst lots of others was presented in a modern and contemporary art in a giant 6,000 square feet floor-plan. The event had a premium hosted bar by 50 Bleu vodka, House Beer, delicatessen hors d’ oeuvres by smoked fusion catering, interactive activations by SICKY eyewear, West Hollywood lifestyle magazine, The Bumbys and
Open – Calling all shopping enthusiasts and Los Angeles locals! Come and enjoy a Saturday afternoon on Melrose to celebrate the launch of the exclusive SICKY Eyewear Matte Lens Collection, available for a limited time at The Guise Archives as well as custom made jewelry by Nialaya Jewelry. Featuring music by Room 228, eats by California Taco Bear, and drinks from House Beer.
Invite Only – It’s been uncomfortably warm out here in Los Angeles, so to beat the heat, we’re having a pool party. Just kidding. Let’s drink. And eat. The Infatuation will be taking over The Mezzanine at the Ace Hotel’s restaurant L.A. Chapter and we’d love for you to join us. It’ll be a gathering of tremendous individuals. L.A. Chapter Executive Chef Ricardo Valdes will be preparing an assortment of
Invite Only – Be the first one to check out the Revel App – with features and merch provided by I Love Ugly, CRAP Eyewear & Freelife AC. There will be free and unlimited drinks provided bu Infuse Spirits and House Beer, pictures by Rony’s Photo Booth and live music by Hoodboi and Amy Pham.
Open – Insight is proud to present “How’d I get here?” a solo show by Insight Garage Artist Aaron Elvis Jupin. The show will be held at Innocnts Gallery in Echo Park this Saturday October 3rd. 7-10 pm. Aarons abstract cartoonism gives us a sense of nostalgia by introducing pieces of recognizable characters from our childhood. The show will have an array of new paintings and drawings that showcase his
Incase presents a look at the brand’s special projects from the past 15 years: A diverse assemblage of partnerships with some of today’s most respected brands and artists. Born out of the mutual admiration and shared beliefs about technology’s role in inspiring creativity, these collaborations produced pieces emblematic of Incase’s longstanding connection with the creative cultures it serves. Just a few of the collaborators have included Andy Warhol, Mara Hoffman,