Inspired by Gray Malin’s photographs at the Coral Casino Beach and Cabana Club in Santa Barbara, we styled a collection to help you dress up your poolside in minutes.
It’s time to go bold! As the sun finally shines through, Veranda Magazine tells us to go bold with pattern and color for Spring and Summer:
If you grew up in the 60’s and 70’s or went camping as a kid, chances are, you’re familiar with enamelware. And like so many things from that era (Gucci, anyone?), it’s hip again. It’s loved by the editors of food52, popping up all over Instagram, and being used in countless outdoor weddings.
Today, enamelware feels as appropriate in the Adirondacks as it does in a condo in Brooklyn. Why? Because it’s functional. But it’s also urban and rural; universal in the best sense.
In less than eight years, artists Simon and Nikolai Haas (collectively known as Haas Brothers) have taken the art world by storm. Known for their colorful, biomorphic, and imaginative furniture, ornaments, and objects, the Los Angeles-based twins started out by making furniture for Tobey Maguire when he was redoing his office at Sony Studios in 2010.
Following this, they landed a slew of high-profile jobs, including designing monster masks for Lady Gaga, outfitting Louis Vuitton Shanghai’s digs with Peter Marino, producing furniture for Donatella Versace, and working on the lobby of the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles. As if that’s not enough, they’ve also shown their work at Art Basel Miami.
Now, they’ve collaborated with Elad Yifrach from L’Objet to create a family of unforgettable, whimsical creatures:
If you’re like us, you’ve probably moved way past the heavily sauced Chinese dishes from your younger days and sampled your share of truly spectacular Chinese food.
Today, Hong Kong and Macau have 82 Michelin starred recommendations. And on our last trip to Singapore, the dim sum at Jiang-Nan Chun (at the Four Seasons Singapore) was out of this world. Closer to home in L.A., Chang’an in the San Gabriel Valley shows us how a new generation of Asians likes to eat: in restaurants that are well-designed, specialize in serving premium food, and can just easily welcome the local family of ten as well as the Gucci/Prada/Lamborghini students at the local college.
So if you’re a fan of this next-caliber Asian food, how do you do it justice at home? We’ll show you show. And once you’ve got the hang of it, a Lunar New Year’s celebration, which falls on February 5th this year, is the perfect time to try it out.