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October 28, 2006 | Booth Moore, Times Staff Writer
IT'S midmorning in the 1920s building where Liz Goldwyn lives with her Hollywood ghosts, and you can hear the palm trees rustling outside as soon as the elevator opens. The foyer is guarded by two mannequins that once belonged to Vogue editor Diana Vreeland, and there's a photo of her grandfather Samuel Goldwyn in his glory days as studio head. Goldwyn, 29, stands up from her desk in a short plum jersey Azzedine Alaia dress and matching Christian Louboutin booties.
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March 30, 2008 | Erin Weinger, Times Staff Writer
OPENING CEREMONY, the bicoastal store that brought us the red-hot TopShop and Chloe Sevigny clothing lines, is now dabbling in vintage with a collection of 1930s to 1960s sweater clips and headpieces curated by style arbiter Liz Goldwyn. After spending five months digging through thrift store bins and flea market tables, Goldwyn amassed 40 items for the New York and L.A. stores. The fashionable L.A. filmmaker has even more hidden away, but parting is such sweet sorrow.
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March 30, 2008 | Erin Weinger, Times Staff Writer
OPENING CEREMONY, the bicoastal store that brought us the red-hot TopShop and Chloe Sevigny clothing lines, is now dabbling in vintage with a collection of 1930s to 1960s sweater clips and headpieces curated by style arbiter Liz Goldwyn. After spending five months digging through thrift store bins and flea market tables, Goldwyn amassed 40 items for the New York and L.A. stores. The fashionable L.A. filmmaker has even more hidden away, but parting is such sweet sorrow.
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October 28, 2006 | Booth Moore, Times Staff Writer
IT'S midmorning in the 1920s building where Liz Goldwyn lives with her Hollywood ghosts, and you can hear the palm trees rustling outside as soon as the elevator opens. The foyer is guarded by two mannequins that once belonged to Vogue editor Diana Vreeland, and there's a photo of her grandfather Samuel Goldwyn in his glory days as studio head. Goldwyn, 29, stands up from her desk in a short plum jersey Azzedine Alaia dress and matching Christian Louboutin booties.
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March 26, 2014 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
Dita Von Teese, Emmy Rossum, Camilla Belle, Liz Goldwyn and Alessandra Ambrosio toasted springtime on Thursday afternoon at the Chateau Marmont at a luncheon hosted by Christian Louboutin . But the real guest of honor was a handbag, Louboutin's new Passage handbag, to be exact. The bag is sleek and graphic with an arch-shaped metal handle designed after the archways above the designer's first store, which opened in 1991 in  Paris' Passage Véro-Dodat .  After sipping pink Champagne in the garden, where a florist was busy twisting orchids, daisies and roses into flower crowns for everyone to wear, guests adjourned to a table covered in even more beautiful spring blooms.
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November 11, 2007 | Booth Moore
Thakoon PANICHGUL, the up-and-coming designer from New York, was given a warm L.A. welcome last weekend courtesy of Tracey Ross. The Sunset Plaza boutique owner, who hosted a Thakoon trunk show earlier in the day, took over a roof atop the local offices of Motley Bird, the Australian energy drink, for an intimate dinner. Between chatting up Jacqui Getty, Rachel Zoe and Kelly Lynch, Panichgul recalled the first stylish woman to make him fall in love with this city: Mrs. Roper.
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July 15, 2007
It's not every day that Yves St. Laurent holds a party at the Beverly Hills Hotel and calls for "poolside chic." And since this is a town that can get thrown by "dressy casual," there were a few don'ts -- from ratty jeans to heavy gowns. But most of the crowd made the most of a chance to mix great taste with a taste of whimsy. Yuki Bouzari, left, dressed around a fabulous Modernist neckpiece, while Liz Goldwyn settled on something vintage, a green polka dot YSL sundress.
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January 31, 2014 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
What better way to launch a line of party dresses than to throw a party, invite all your model-gorgeous friends and dress them for the event? That's exactly what L.A. stylist and society maven Mary Alice Haney did on Thursday night, when she hosted a dinner and disco party at the Standard Hotel's Mmhmmm Lounge to mark the arrival of her collection on Net-a-Porter  last month. Except, she reported, the line has already nearly sold out on the fashion website. (More stock is coming soon, and you can also purchase the collection at ShopHaney.com .)
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April 20, 2008 | Booth Moore, Times Fashion Critic
LITTLE Edie Bouvier Beale is one of the fashion world's most beloved icons, thanks to documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles and his 1975 cult classic "Grey Gardens." His 100-minute documentary has inspired countless designers, including Marc Jacobs and Michael Kors to name just two. So it wasn't surprising that last weekend's dinner for Maysles, 81, was a love fest, hosted by Barneys New York and Bottega Veneta creative director Tomas Maier as part of Los Angeles Art Weekend.
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February 14, 2008 | Alex Chun
IT'S often been said the brain is the body's biggest erogenous zone and that there's nothing sexier than what's left to the imagination. The Egyptian Theatre will put those theories to the test with its two-day bump-and-grind festival "Burlesque on Film and in the Flesh," starting Friday.
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March 30, 2014 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
Footwear phenom Nicholas Kirkwood has been in L.A., soaking up the sunshine and mingling with his star fans. The British shoe designer made big news late last year when luxury conglomerate LVMH acquired a stake in his 10-year-old brand. He was celebrated at a “Welcome to L.A.” dinner Thursday night at Hotel Bel Air. Emma Roberts, Jaime King, Scissor Sisters' Jake Shears, Liz Goldwyn and Rachel Zoe mingled on the flower-filled terrace where...
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November 10, 2013 | By Ellen Olivier
The event: Sharon Stone hosted the 8th MOCA Award to Distinguished Women in the Arts luncheon, honoring artists Lita Albuquerque, Helen Pashgian, Nancy Rubins and Betye Saar. An Academy Award nominee for "Casino," Stone recently portrayed Linda Lovelace's mother in the film "Lovelace. " The fashion show: More than an awards ceremony, the Wednesday affair at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel culminated in a fashion show by Just One Eye, a Los Angeles boutique co-founded by Paola Russo with an eclectic selection from well-known luxury designers and rising stars.
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