Fashion

Fashion

Isaac Mizrahi (Libra) performs cabaret across the country, has written two books, hosted his own television talk show, and made countless appearances in movies and television. He has directed and designed many productions for the stage and screen. He founded his design company in 1987, was the star and co-creator of the documentary Unzipped, and was the subject of a large-scale, mid-career survey at the Jewish Museum in New York City. He currently develops projects in television, theatre, and literature through his own production company, Isaac Mizrahi Entertainment.
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FIDM Museum’s annual costume design exhibition has become a tradition for LA locals and movie lovers alike. As always, this year’s exhibition will feature a variety of film genres that represent outstanding achievement in costume design. Fan favorites along with Academy Award® nominees will be on display in celebration of the dedication and creativity of costume designers and their teams.
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Apolis Common Gallery à Arts District
Downtown Los Angeles is quickly becoming the hottest shopping district in Los Angeles.
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From stunning street art to pioneering food trucks, eye catching fashion to underground music, read on and discover the best of Los Angeles street culture.
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Napoleonic costumes | Photo: Western Costume Company, Facebook
At these shops, those in the know look for steep discounts on items that quite possibly may have touched the skin of your ultimate film or TV crush.
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Dr. Woo Tattoo
With a two-year waitlist and 1.5 million followers on Instagram, acclaimed Los Angeles tattoo artist Dr. Woo has been called “the most in-demand tattooist in the world.” Read on and discover Dr. Woo's secret tattoo shop, famous clients, and fashion collaborations.
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Westfield Century City has emerged from a $1-billion makeover as a 1.3 million square-foot destination with over 200 shops and restaurants, including a new Nordstrom, a completely remodeled Bloomingdale's, a modern new Macy's, a luxurious Equinox fitness club and spa, and the West Coast's first Eataly.
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From Downtown L.A. to Malibu, hitch a ride in Barbie’s convertible and see the magical sights of Los Angeles her way.
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