Legends of La Cienega :: recap
|Designed By: James Swan In Tribute To: Banksy|
La Cienega, is the main artery of the Los Angeles interior design 'hood and home to a growing number of designer owned, eponymous boutiques. As if that were not enough of a draw, once a year it's host to 'Legends of La Cienega' - a 3 day event including, panel discussions, show room open houses and a walking tour of windows designed by celebrated designers. a few photos of the windows preceded by a few of their Style Sheets :
|Designed By: Mark Cutler In Tribute To: Richard Serra|
|Designed By: Mary McDonald In Tribute To: Jeremiah Goodman|
|Designed By: Thomas Callaway In Tribute To: Fernand Leger|
|Designed By: Cliff Fong In Tribute To: Jean Cocteau|
above photos, courtesy of huff post.
|Designed By: Ruthie Sommers In Tribute To: Wayne Thibaut/ photo: Maison 21|
I was so honored to be asked by Waterworks to join two other California designers, Charles de Lisle and Erin Valencich on their panel, 'Sex Up Your Space' ( I know, I sort of exhaled and went for it ), moderated by the very witty and charming, Erin Feher of California Home + Design. And then afterward, headed over to Rose Tarlow Melrose House to see Brooke Gianetti of Velvet and Linen on the panel, 'Raising the Bar' a great discussion.
|myself with BluePRintBrand's Richard Morales|
|me, Christian Mays of Maison21 and Brooke Gianettti of Velvet and Linen|
And what's a three day event without some party pics from the closing party hosted by Veranda Magazine party, held at The Melrose project.