Hollywood Interior Designer Jake Arnold Debuts “Aspirational and Attainable” Line with Crate & Barrel
"The way we've approached it is very much how we furnish client houses," says the British-born, Los Angeles-based designer who has worked with Zendaya, Katy Perry and John Legend and Chrissy Teigen and other stars.
Where Hollywood Is Shopping for Chic Home Design Finds Around Los Angeles
Holly Hunt The latest addition to the Sycamore Arts District — which is home to design havens Blackman Cruz, Ralph Pucci, Apparatus and JF Chen — Holly Hunt’s new flagship is a nearly blocklong warehouse reimagined by architecture firm Johnston Marklee as a welcoming compound. It includes two villas that spotlight choice pieces from the […]
Sandra Bullock, Justin Bieber and Other Stars Who Lost Money on Real Estate in a Booming Market
As the Los Angeles housing market has gone up and up, some high-rolling real estate players are selling their mega-mansions — surprisingly — at a loss. Trevor Noah recently sold his Bel Air mansion for $26.4 million, more than $1 million less than he paid for it in 2020. Michelle Pfeiffer and David E. Kelley […]
Meet the Gatsby of Koreatown: Lock & Key’s Cyrus Batchan
Lock & Key, located between a gas station and an unassuming food window on neon-charged Vermont Avenue in Los Angeles’ Koreatown neighborhood, is a Black-owned business — something many patrons of the popular nightlife hangout don’t know. This is not a result of the usual oversight or erasure of leaders of color, but instead by […]
11 Best New Home Design Shops and Pop-Ups in Los Angeles
KALON STUDIOS Topped by a landscaped roof deck designed by Teremoto, Kalon’s first space highlights the beauty of its minimalist wood furniture, owned by the likes of Kylie Jenner and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. 3559½ Casitas Ave., Atwater Village; kalonstudios.com PIERCE & WARD Interior design duo Louisa Pierce and Emily Ward, creators of homes for the likes […]
The Season’s Best Coffee Table Books on Fashion, Design and Photography
From a famed house in the Hollywood Hills to Frank Sinatra's most celebrated profile and the seductive work of Helmut Newton, these new fashion, design and photography books are teeming with alluring images.
Interior Designer Jake Arnold’s “Modern” and “Cozy” Home Redesign for an Entertainment Executive
Los Angeles-based interior designer Jake Arnold recalls the first time he saw the 13,558-square-foot house, which was built as a spec. “Everything felt very cold,” says Arnold, who is known for his signature style featuring rich, resonant hues and custom furniture designs. His clients — Mike Mahan, vice chairman of MRC Live & Alternative, and […]
2020 Holiday Gifts: 5 Books by Hollywood-Loved Designers
Five new books showcase the work of A-list interior designers, whose clients include the likes of Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Anthony Russo and Ryan Murphy.
Shop Talk: Byredo Store and Gucci Rooftop Restaurant Open in L.A.
The Hollywood Reporter's Shop Talk covers retail openings, boutique news and more in its latest guide to shopping in Los Angeles. This week: Gucci Osteria debuts on Rodeo Drive, Jennifer Lopez's new fashion brand, Byredo opens its first L.A. store, clean beauty label Noto Botanics' new flagship and more.
Jair Bolsonaro Appoints Soap Star as Brazil’s Culture Secretary
Former soap opera star Regina Duarte agreed Wednesday to become Brazil's culture secretary, replacing the previous secretary who was fired for giving a speech that used language similar to that of Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.
In Europe, Kobe Bryant Recalled for His “Italian Qualities”
In Europe, where Kobe Bryant grew up, he was being remembered for his “Italian qualities” on Sunday as the former NBA star, who won five championships and became one of the greatest basketball players of his generation during a 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers, died Sunday in a helicopter crash near Calabasas, California, at the age of 41.
Oscars: Austrian Entry ‘Joy’ Disqualified From International Feature Competition (Exclusive)
Entries must feature "a predominantly non-English dialogue track," per Academy rules, but a review found that two-third sof Austria's entry is in English.