On October 11, 2012 for the start of LA Fashion Week, Project Ethos moved their show to downtown this season. Held at The historic Exchange LA and LA Art Walk, Project Ethos featured fashion shows, DJs, and an Icelandic pop group called The Charlies.
Archive for November 2012
Suzanne DeLaurentiis is an accomplished, award-winning filmmaker who’s worked on over one hundred feature films throughout her 30-plus years as a filmmaker and received numerous awards. A powerhouse of activity and inspiration, she is also a tireless humanitarian and philanthropist, actively contributing to over 30 charities. As she talks about her work as a producer and her work with veterans, one cannot help but be inspired to push forward.
The evening starts simply: A romantic scene with a girl and a guy as he asks her to marry him. He leaves and she wonders, “Should I or shouldn’t I?” The lovely girl falls asleep on a bench, and that’s when the treasure trove of wondrous and magical aquatic athletics takes off.
Dance. Humor. Poignancy. Grace. These are all part of “RIPE” – a one-woman show that speaks to all women . . . and men, too. The play had its world premiere on October 19, 2012, at the Greenway Court Theatre in Los Angeles.
An increasing number of cosmetics companies are doing away with the standard product formulations, and going au naturel. Not too long ago, makeup lovers had to sacrifice pigmentation and performance for the sake of being environmentally conscious. Not anymore. The latest formulas from these companies prove that makeup can be eco-friendly and perform just as well, if not better than their unnatural counterparts.
By the time this article goes live we will have either elected a new President or kept the old one. One of the hot button issues this year was the economy, and the fact we no longer manufacture in the USA the way we used to. Skin Care and cosmetics companies are not exempt from this statistic. Turn over just about any product, in any price point, and you’re likely to find that it was made anywhere but here.
The latest crop of hair goodies to hit the market not only boasts major performance, they feature some of the most interesting names we’ve seen in a long time. Here are some of the more noticeable items currently standing out on store shelves:
With the autumn/winter season fully upon us, it’s time to take a closer look at that skin care routine. Throughout the summer, some of us beat the heat with a cool shower and the lightest mist of moisture (and some of us went totally moisturizer-free . . . you know who you are). Now, it’s time to put that light lotion away with summer wardrobe and break out the body balms.
The autumn/winter season means more than just changing clothes and skin care routines. It may also mean switching up your fragrance choices. Cooler temperatures call for warmer fragrance notes and spicier options. We caught a whiff of some of the scents best suited for the cooler seasons and matched them with what we think is their complementary personality.
At sixteen in rural England at the start of the 1960s, Laurel Nicolson hides in their tree house to avoid the family outing in celebration of her baby brother’s second birthday. From there she witnesses a horrible act that involves her mother. Innocently, she attests to the fact that her mother’s response was to protect her two-year-old child and herself. Years later in 2011, Laurel, an acclaimed actress now in her sixties, visits her ninety-year-old mother in the hospital in Suffolk, England, where Laurel and […]