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January 6, 2007 | Booth Moore, Times Staff Writer
Fashion designers could face some hometown competition when it comes to the Golden Globes gown derby this year. Local talent Kevan Hall has been quietly adding to his stable of starlets over the last few years, dressing Felicity Huffman, Virginia Madsen, Debra Messing and others for the red carpet. And now, Paris transplant Lloyd Klein has opened up a couture castle of his own, complete with turrets, just blocks away from Hall on Beverly Boulevard.
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January 6, 2007 | Booth Moore, Times Staff Writer
Fashion designers could face some hometown competition when it comes to the Golden Globes gown derby this year. Local talent Kevan Hall has been quietly adding to his stable of starlets over the last few years, dressing Felicity Huffman, Virginia Madsen, Debra Messing and others for the red carpet. And now, Paris transplant Lloyd Klein has opened up a couture castle of his own, complete with turrets, just blocks away from Hall on Beverly Boulevard.
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MAGAZINE
May 20, 2001
Lloyd Klein silk handmade tops and matching skirts. Special order at 7th House, Los Angeles. Opposite: Vivienne Westwood Gold Label brocade corset dress, $3,000, at Vivienne Westwood, New York City. * Natalie Anne asymmetrical rayon-cotton top, $105, at Tracey Ross, West Hollywood, with David Cardona silk metallic two-layer skirt, $1,290, at Les Habitudes, Los Angeles. Opposite: Ghost organza dress, $650, at Ghost, Los Angeles.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 21, 2003 | Steven Gray, Washington Post
On a basketball court between two Harlem brownstones, Mt. Rushmore is redone. Alongside the likeness of George Washington sit the faces of Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur. Standing in front of the monument is one of Britain's hottest comedic sensations, Ali G, in a fire-engine-red Sean John shell-suit. America is plagued with "racialism, even to da Native people. You know, what is dey called?" asks Ali G in his exaggerated mixture of working-class British, West Indian and Cockney accents.
NEWS
November 9, 1999 | BOOTH MOORE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It wasn't your run-of-the-mill block party Sunday. But then again, Rodeo Drive isn't your run-of-the-mill street. Nearly 30 fashion designers--including Tiffany & Co., Giorgio Armani, Gucci and Hermes--participated in the "Tribute to Style Millennium Exhibition," which closed down Rodeo Drive between Wilshire and Santa Monica boulevards and drew a veritable constellation of stars, all for a good cause.
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November 10, 2002 | PETER MCQUAID, Peter McQuaid, a frequent contributor to the Style section, last wrote about men's fashion for fall.
Kelly Wearstler and Brad Korzen have had four birthday parties for their son, Oliver, who is 4 1/2 months old. "We like to have a good time," Korzen says. Wearstler, who is becoming as well known for her party acumen as she is for her interior design abilities, has a formula of sorts. "You need good people, good music and good food, but not heavy stuff that will weigh people down and make them tired and want to go home," she says. Oliver's last party was in France.
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March 31, 2004 | Booth Moore, Times Staff Writer
When Petro Zillia's fashion designer Nony Tochterman rode a bubble gum-pink bicycle festooned with lilac flowers down the runway Monday night to take her bow, it was the culmination of many seasons of hard work. The collection was simply her best yet, sophisticated and salable, and at the same time full of the sunny spirit that is unmistakably West Coast.
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February 8, 2002 | MICHAEL QUINTANILLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
NEW YORK--Catherine Malandrino is busy pinning a cascading, floor-length skirt onto a mannequin at her Midtown studio. She pauses for a few moments and looks out at the skyline from her 12th-floor window on West 39th Street on a cold and rainy Thursday. "It's a different world now, and as a designer I feel like a pioneer in a new world," she says in her French-accented English, then returns to her wool jersey creation.
NEWS
November 4, 2001
Habitat for Humanity celebrated its 10th year in Los Angeles at an anniversary celebration, "Lights! Camera! Habitat!," held at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Oct. 25 with Millard Fuller, founder and president of Habitat for Humanity International, as the guest of honor. It's been 25 years since the grass-roots organization dedicated to eliminating poverty housing built its first house at Koinonia Christian community near Americus, Ga.
MAGAZINE
November 9, 2003 | Barbara Thornburg
They work in the design and entertainment fields, are single (mostly), childless, in their late 20s and early 30s, and they are polished practitioners of the latest wrinkle in the nouveau-urban lifestyle--the potluck. If you just had a suburban tract flashback, this is not your parents' potluck. Rather these communal dinners are staged in industrial-style loft complexes that have sprung up across L.A.
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