The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) hosted its seventh annual Art+Film Gala on Saturday, November 4, 2017, honoring artist Mark Bradford and filmmaker George Lucas. Co-chaired by LACMA trustee Eva Chow and actor Leonardo DiCaprio, the evening brought together more than 600 distinguished guests from the art, film, fashion, and entertainment industries, among others. The evening raised more than $4.4 million, with proceeds supporting LACMA’s film initiatives and
Global lifestyle brand UGG and world-renowned fashion designer Jeremy Scott held an exclusive event after the MTV Video Music Awards to celebrate their collaboration launching in September. The private party was held at the new L.A. hotspot Poppy, a property of h.wood Group which just opened last week. The event was attended by celebrities, industry insiders and friends of both brands. DJ Mia Moretti along with the Misshapes kept the
Ticketed – Step aside Wet Hot American Summer: Thirty Seconds to Mars will be taking their fans on a musical camping trip this summer in Malibu.
Amazon Prime Video got bunnified for the release of their new docuseries “American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story,” which combines archival footage, pulling from thousands of hours from Hefner’s personal archives; interviews with notable figures including Jesse Jackson, Gene Simmons and Bill Maher; and cinematic reenactments. Hugh Hefner is a remarkable figure who has pushed the racial boundaries through his media platform. The 90-year-old Hefner, who will celebrate his 91st
The Retreat offered a private oasis for festival-goers from April 15 to 17, in a relaxed, intimate setting. Guests at the three-day exclusive hospitality experience enjoyed cocktails provided by Tenants of the Trees and Out of Order food by Chef Josh Henderson of Huxley Wallace Collective in Seattle and Chefs Zak Walters and Chris Phelps of Salt’s Cure, provided by The FareTrade. Other sponsors and partners include Grey Goose, Perroni,
Four days before the opening of the LA Art Show in Los angeles, Harmony Korine treated this city to some stunning pieces of artwork in the form of huge canvases (about 120 x 90 inches). Harmony Korine (seen in picture above) is a cult filmmaker known for movies such as Kids and Spring Breakers. What we admire about his work in the film industry, is his talent to depict a