Fashion Night Out in Los Angeles was held in various locations around the city. Below are a few photos from the fashion show held at the Beverly Center. On hand to kick off the evening were Lisa Love (West Coast Editor of Vogue), Randy Jackson (American Idol Judge) and Nicole Richie (fashion designer and television personality).
In Beverly Hills city officials closed down the famed Rodeo Drive for pedestrian use only for the evening, so that shoppers could mill about enjoying make-up demonstrations, street performers and in store fashion shows. Gucci even unveiled their limited addition Fiat sports car.
Here are several photos from the day that Style by Design filmed a segment for the Style by Design TV pilot at Pom Pom Interiors Los Angeles, CA store.
Originally from Belgium, Hilde and Reza Leiaghat established Pom Pom Interiors in Los Angeles more than 20 years ago to provide a signature collection of elegant and unique home furnishings. Their legacy continues as a family business with three retail stores in Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and Hollywood, California and a wholesale linen and accessories company, Pom Pom at Home to embody European elegance with American style.
To learn more about Pom Pom Interiors please visit their website www.pompominteriors.com
A new take on tweed for spring, theTory Burch Marion Jacket is a multi-purpose, cross-generational piece that can be styled infinite ways. A refined ladylike shape made not-so-serious with exaggerated fringe trim, it polishes up your everyday basics. This jacket can be dressed up with slacks or worn with jeans for a day out with your girlfriends. It retails for $525.
The showstopping vintage gown worn by Natalie Portman to the Oscars last month has sold for $50,000 to an unknown British couture collector. The red polka dot haute couture creation, designed by Christian Dior in 1954, had been borrowed by the actress, 30, from fashion dealer Rare Vintage.
Bentley has revealed the SUV concept that it hopes will become the world’s most luxurious and fastest SUV at an eve of Geneva motor show preview. “We are very excited by the potential of a high-performance, ultraluxury Bentley SUV,” says Wolfgang Dürheimer, Bentley chairman. Insiders talk about a management sign-off later this year, with a three-year engineering program to follow. View Source
Bourgeois Bohème Atelier, owned by Frederic Lazare and Dale Skoz is an exclusive furniture and lighting showroom in Los Angeles, California. The showroom features French inspired collections for the residential, commercial and hospitality markets. Drawing from the modernist and classical style of singular antiques, Bourgeois Bohème Atelier produces new furnishings of innovative character and cultivated, timeless appeal, blending a European sensibility of modernism with tradition. The Los Angeles showroom is located at 7266 Beverly Boulevard, a street known for its diverse home furnishing stores. They are also represented at the New York Design Center in the 1stDibs@NYDC showroom on the 10th floor. To learn more about Bourgeois Boheme visit their website www.bobo-antiques.com