Audi, the official automotive partner of the 71st Emmy Awards kicked off Emmy weekend at Sunset Tower in West Hollywood to host its annual pre-Emmy event celebrating outstanding talent in television. Inspired by the brand’s sustainability efforts, the event featured eco-friendly design elements and products that will be reused and recycled following the event to reduce carbon footprint. The all-electric Audi e-tron SUV was on display, while VIPs including Elizabeth
RSVP – Fellow Angelenos, hear ye. Join us on Thursday, July 12, for the FLOOD 8 launch party at the FLOOD Magazine Gallery. The night will feature a special performance by DJ Anthony Valadez and delicious eats from Roy Choi’s LocoL.
Los Angeles Times Food Bowl will return with a diverse program this May. The city’s adventurous new food festival will again feature hundreds of events all over Los Angeles with a mix of local favorites and world-renowned chefs. The festival will continue to raise awareness and funds to fight food waste, hunger, food insecurity and promote sustainability and waste reduction through charity partners and participating events. Spanning the entire month
Ticketed – David Chang, Roy Choi with the help of Adam Perry Lang present POTluck popup. Our version of a “meat and three” – a classic Southern dining experience – to help benefit SoCal wildfire relief efforts
RSVP – Sneakers book authors Howie Kahn and Alex French sit down with chef and entrepreneur Roy Choi (Kogi, LocoL, Commissary, POT) to discuss Choi’s pioneering work in the food world and how Los Angeles street culture has impacted his journey along the way.
LA Original has teamed up with over 20 local makers, artists, and manufacturers from across the city to create and provide products for the LA Original line made available at their Pop Up at Westfield Century City. Those products include Clare V, Cisco Home, Hedley & Bennett, Carrots and more, to spotlight products designed, produced, or assembled in the Los Angeles area. Kendrick Lamar and Roy Choi are also featured
Last Thursday night, The Los Angeles Times launched LA Foodbowl, a month long festival celebrating the city’s dynamic food scene and promoting awareness about food waste and hunger. The kick-off event took place in the beautiful outdoor space at Hauser & Wirth also home to Manuela, one of the restaurants featured that night. Other restaurants including, Orsa & Winston, Rice Bar, Chengdu Taste, Sqirl, Guelaquetza, and Baohaus were all catering
ban.do, the lifestyle brand that’s serious about fun, hosted their epic pool party in partnership with The Venue Report recently at The Line Hotel in the heart of Los Angeles. Fashion bloggers, tastemakers, influencers and celebrities such as Whitney Port, Kerri Medders, Sarah Ramos and Cailee Rae came together to celebrate the brand’s popular Outdoor Fun collection and two exclusive dreamy summer collaborations; including a swimwear collection with Cover Swim
Maybelline New York and Gigi Hadid joined by celebrity makeup artist Erin Parsons hosted an exclusive Beauty Bash to launch the brand’s newest bold & beautiful summer 2016 collection. Bringing the distinctive spirit of New York City to Los Angeles, Maybelline New York transformed the Commissary and pool deck at The LINE Hotel. From the food, to the drinks, to the activations, the brand weaved in iconic New York elements,
Ticketed – Eating Out Loud on Tuesday, February 2nd for, an evening of performances, food, and drinks inspired by Los Angeles’ vibrant food scene. The event will consist of two parts: a series of readings from Lucky Peach at the Million Dollar Theater by David Chang, Roy Choi, Kim Gordon, Jonathan Gold, Amelia Gray, and Eric Wareheim, followed by a reception at the historic Grand Central Market.