Its "awards season: in Los Angeles, the time of year when the city trundles through traffic jams caused by red carpet events from The Golden Globes to The Independent Spirit Awards to The Screen Actor's Guild Awards, finally wrapping it up with the Academy Awards on February 24th on ABC.

Founded 28 years ago as an art magazine, Frieze has morphed into a worldwide event, with art fairs in London and New York. Now, with its arrival in Los Angeles, the first Frieze LA cements the City of Angels as a player on the world’s art stage.

The anticipated 11-day celebration of mid-century modern architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, art and vintage culture in Palm Springs also known as Modernism Week, t returns with an outstanding selection of featured events, stellar home tours and the Modernism Show & Sale and M

The second annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach opened last week, featuring dynamic work from 22 national design firms, including California's own; Amy Meier, David Phoenix and Peter Dunham.

OpeningPower of Pattern: Central Asian Ikats From the David and Elizabeth Reisbord CollectionHistory buffs and textile enthusiasts will geek out at LACMA’s new exhibition featuring over 60 examples of Central Asian robes and panels using ikat, a silk threading technique that produces bold, colorful,

 On the surface, Trailblazer Tavern, Michael Mina’s latest restaurant partnership with Hawaiian chefs Michelle Karr-Ueoka and Wade Ueoka in the new Salesforce East building in East Cut district, may seem like another overt tropical design.

In the interest of promoting French design around the work, VIA (Valorisation de l'Innovation dans l'Ameublement) unveiled le FD 100 on January 16th.

This contemporary retreat, nestled between a rock outcrop and Highway 1 in Northern California’s Sea Ranch development, is a sophisticated evolution of mid-century Bay Region style.

Desert X, the biannual art installation in the desert, knits together the romance of a road trip with the excitement of a treasure hunt. Its second itineration, which runs from Saturday, February 9th through Sunday April 21st, expands its ambition.

1. How did you get your start in textile design? My love of textiles began at a very young age, as I grew up in a household where my mother and 5 sisters all sewed. I knew I wanted to work in textiles and went on to get my BS in Textiles & Clothing from UC Davis and became a fabric specialist.


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