Go behind the scenes with Miescisko senior editor Orli Ben-Dor during the Pacific Design Center's annual Los Angeles design event. She scoured the town for the top furniture, fabric, shops, and more.
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Fabrics, Fabrics, Everywhere
Our first stop was Harbinger in the always-charming Almont Yard—an indoor/outdoor enclave of design shops in West Hollywood. If you love prints, check it out!
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At it Again
, the interior, furniture, and textile designer, shows off his new goods in his just-opened second shop on La Cienega—just a hop, skip, and a jump from his other location.
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After a dreary winter in New York City, the sun streaming in made these new fabrics at look especially appealing.
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Newell gets up close and personal with ’s collection at .
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All Together Now
A momentous panel at the featuring four editors in
chief, moderated by the design center’s Charles Cohen (far right). Topics ranged from how to get published to the direction of design today.
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A fabric remnant from the Hearst Castle archives inspired a bright indoor/outdoor collection at at the PDC.
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Off the Wall
The David Sutherland showroom at the Pacific Design Center showcased these great modern tapestries by out of Paris.
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’s sweet, eponymous new shop just across from the PDC has favorite wallcoverings and fabrics from the likes of and . She’ll work with designers and homeowners, so give her a call!
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Decorator ’s collection of outdoor furniture at her eponymous shop on La Cienega really blurs the lines between what lives in the living room and the garden.
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There’s not a surface at on La Cienega that’s not covered with funky vintage finds — don’t forget to look up!
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At , a Mexico-based design firm that’s just opened a shop in LA, you can find anything from furniture to great gifts, like this industrial chessboard. Find it tucked away on N. Spaulding just off of Sunset Blvd.
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Thrown for a Loop
The boys at in Brentwood gave this iconic chair a groovy makeover. What would legendary decorator Frances Elkins say?
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Remember these finials from our March issue? It was fun to see them all lined up at Hillary Thomas’s , also in Brentwood.
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After a morning in Brentwood, we headed back to West Hollywood to check out , which launched their line with design firm . Here, a glimpse at the window display — very Don Draper meets LA!
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The Big Time
White House decorator ’s spacious new showroom on Melrose Ave. — steps from the PDC — features his own Jasper furniture and fabric line, along with a handful of other special sources.