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July 20, 1997 | DENISE HAMILTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Whenever the mood hits her, Hollywood film producer Ilene Staple gathers several friends and heads to Little India in Artesia, where she slips inside Ziba Beauty Salon to have her hands stained with henna in the ancient style of Indian adornment called mehndi. Staple, 36, says she prefers to dress simply but that "this is a way of marking myself for special occasions that is beautiful and meditative. We plan a whole day around it. We have lunch, buy music, go to the shops for spices and bangles.
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August 27, 1999 | TIMES FASHION WRITERS
India is the inspiration for many of this season's trendy fashions and home accessories, but luckily there's no need to hop a plane to buy them. The latest ethnic aesthetic can be found right here in Southern California in shops on a four-block stretch of Pioneer Boulevard in Artesia unofficially known as Little India. Savvy shoppers will find sumptuous silk saris, glittery bangle bracelets, embroidered pillows and slippers sewn with golden thread--all at affordable prices.
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August 27, 1999 | TIMES FASHION WRITERS
India is the inspiration for many of this season's trendy fashions and home accessories, but luckily there's no need to hop a plane to buy them. The latest ethnic aesthetic can be found right here in Southern California in shops on a four-block stretch of Pioneer Boulevard in Artesia unofficially known as Little India. Savvy shoppers will find sumptuous silk saris, glittery bangle bracelets, embroidered pillows and slippers sewn with golden thread--all at affordable prices.
BUSINESS
July 20, 1997 | DENISE HAMILTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Whenever the mood hits her, Hollywood film producer Ilene Staple gathers several friends and heads to Little India in Artesia, where she slips inside Ziba Beauty Salon to have her hands stained with henna in the ancient style of Indian adornment called mehndi. Staple, 36, says she prefers to dress simply but that "this is a way of marking myself for special occasions that is beautiful and meditative. We plan a whole day around it. We have lunch, buy music, go to the shops for spices and bangles.
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