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Pineapple leather, anyone? Vegans are transforming the way they furnish and decorate their homes
When No Doubt bassist Tony Kanal and his wife, Erin Lokitz, renovated their Spanish Revival home in Los Feliz, they decided their furniture would be like their diet — strictly vegan.
“We really emphasized the need for a cruelty-free home,” Lokitz said. She tapped Tatum Kendrick, of the L.A.-based design firm Studio Hus, to source animal-friendly and kid-friendly fabric. Her guidelines? “No suede or mohair, and no silk, wool or down,” Lokitz said. A vegan-furnished household, after all, doesn’t include anything tested on animals or sourced from animals.
In the blood: How ‘The Red Tent’ became a rallying cry for women
On the night of a new moon, a circle of women from the Los Angeles area gathered in a dimly lighted Mar Vista condo swathed in scarlet fabric for a Red Tent gathering. One attendee cradled another middle-aged woman in her arms, as others, ranging from their 20s to 60s, studied tarot cards. A new arrival went to shake the hand of Kate Goldstein, an essential oils professional. “We probably shouldn’t shake hands,” Goldstein said. “I just rubbed someone’s feet.”
This type of activity is not unusual for the Red Tent, which meets at the start of every lunar cycle as a designated space for women to
Camila Mendes Is Flying High
“I’ve always, wanted nothing more than stability,” the 25-year-old actress tells me while seated at Café Parisien on Larchmont Boulevard—a charming strip in Los Angeles that’s dotted with quaint shops and restaurants. She’s staying at her usual spot nearby in the neighborhood, and she’s practically a regular at this café. It might seem boring, going to the same place all the time. Maybe her publicist suggested it or maybe it’s just…comfortable. Predictable. Stable. For someone like Camila—who...
From Pinup to Muse: Pamela Anderson's Next Chapter - The New ...
From Pinup to Muse: Pamela Anderson's Next Chapter ...
Subbing a Credit Card for a Birkin?
At New York Loan Company, an upscale pawnshop, clients use designer handbags as collateral for quick cash
No Amount Of Money For Posting A Detox Tea Pic Is Worth The Cost
Fit teas, flat tummy shakes, appetite suppressant lollipops—the toxicity of weight loss brands goes way beyond their laxative effects, and even influencers are in the dark.
If you’re on Instagram you likely know their products.
Appetite-suppressant lollipops paired with Lolita-like poses. Detox tea alongside toned abdominals. Diet shakes wrapped up in Flat Tummy Co.’s millennial pink-and-white branding—all of it made Instagram-famous by the likes of Kim Kardashian, her sister Khloe, and a spa...
The World of Underground Gambling Reaches Fever Pitch Come Oscars Time
Betting on Hollywood's biggest night is technically illegal, but that doesn't stop gamblers.
Why The 'Cadillac Of Cults' Is Serving $8 Organic Lunches
Los Angeles is a city of seekers, a magnet for those who want the perfect body, the perfect soul. Seeker Lunch is the first entry in our series about the diverse and offbeat faiths in our city — and the food on their tables. Consider it a snack for the spiritually curious.
Designing a Dragon Roar — The California Sunday Magazine
Meet Game of Thrones mother of dragon sounds.
Men have vocal fry and uptalk, too—but people don't penalize them in nearly the same way
As if women didn't have enough holding them back in the workplace
Once Upon a Time in Hollywoodland
You're so money and you don't even know it. A weekend at Best Western Hollywood Hills.
Why Don’t Doctors Take Women’s Pain Seriously?
The problem with people not believing women’s reports of illness and pain is that we start to doubt ourselves, and when women start to doubt ourselves our lives are literally at risk.
We’re Becoming a Nation Without Doctors
Imagine having to wait months upon months for medical care, or having to travel hundreds of miles to simply see a doctor. This isn’t season three of The Handmaid’s Tale, or a post-apocalyptic America—it’s the possible future of our health care...