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  • Renovated 1926 home in Carthay Circle shows its past yet feels modern

    Renovated 1926 home in Carthay Circle shows its past yet feels modern
    Liz Dennery Sanders and husband Peter Sanders had been looking for a corner-lot house in Carthay Circle for more than a year when they saw a For Sale sign go up on their street.
  • Ron Robinson expands to include children's and active wear

    Ron Robinson expands to include children's and active wear
    Thirty-six years after Ron Robinson opened his eponymous enclave of shops inside the iconic Fred Segal building on Los Angeles' Melrose Avenue, the veteran retailer has expanded his store’s square footage and offerings to include three new...

    Styleliner mobile accessories truck on the move in L.A.

    Styleliner mobile accessories truck on the move in L.A.
    Styleliner, a mobile store that offers accessories from a variety of international designers, starts rolling this month in Southern California. Many of the pieces in stock come from founder Joey Wolffer's travels to Spain, Instanbul and Paris. Also...

    Christian Lacroix creates homage to Elsa Schiaparelli

    Christian Lacroix creates homage to Elsa Schiaparelli
    The “Homage to Elsa,” meaning the great Schiaparelli, opened Monday at Les Arts Décoratifs in Paris. By invitation of La Maison Schiaparelli, the artist and contemporary designer Christian Lacroix created 18 pieces to evoke the memory of the...

    L.A. house fits family heirlooms into vintage-modern design mix

    L.A. house fits family heirlooms into vintage-modern design mix
    When Mark Fay heard that the F.P. Fay Building was about to be demolished, the “True Blood” sound engineer drove to downtown Los Angeles to see the building named for his great-grandfather. That day, Easter Sunday, he discovered the building...