Posts by Michelle Konstantinovsky

Gallery Cathy Lu and Anna Fidler are known for utilizing bright colors, topographic energy portraits sculpted from layers of paper, and misshapen ceramic imitations.

For those of us still mourning the loss of Virgin America Airlines (RIP!), Sir Richard Branson has something new to offer that might provide consolation.

Hollywood is known for being the part of Los Angeles that brings the glitz and glamour, but it can also bring hustle, bustle, grit, and a healthy dose of chaos.

SummitPalm Springs Modernism WeekIt’s that time again: Modernism Week takes over Palm Springs February 14-24 with over 350 events including the Modernism Show & Sale, Signature Home Tours, films, lectures, nightly parties, and tons more.

Yes, yes, February 14 is right around the corner, but romance isn't the only kind of love to celebrate this month. As Amy Poehler and Rashida Jones taught us on Parks and Rereation, Galentine's Day is the perfect time to tell your lady friends how much they mean to you.

On January 19, Sarah Magness Design, Sacco Carpet, and Cameron Design joined Bulley & Andrews in hosting an exclusive soiree at the Paris home of financier James Cook.

Sherri McMullen is no stranger to the fashion scene.

If you're not one of the 215,000 people following Victoria Smith, aka SF Girl by Bay, on Instagram, your feed is lacking some serious style.

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,

When people say they're traveling to Los Angeles, they might mean they're headed into any number of experiences. There's the starry scene of Hollywood and the burgeoning nightlife going on downtown, but L.A. has a whole different vibe down by the water.