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August 8, 2019
Last year, Julie Benniardi and Debbie Ouyang launched ReWeave L.A. to create one-of-a-kind goods from unwanted fabric samples, donating a portion of profits to charity. Here’s how the duo behind the growing brand balance eco-consciousness with design vision and business savvy.
california
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July 25, 2019
Stephen Block, founder of Inner Gardens in Los Angeles, has long been one of the design industry’s most quietly sought-after experts in gardens and greenery. With a recently revamped wholesale line and a new social media strategy, Block and his brand are ready to bloom.
industry insider
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July 24, 2019
This month, we’re taking the pulse of the design book market—and where better to do it than at one of Los Angeles’s best design bookshops? We checked in with third-generation owner Brett Hennessey to find out what titles are flying off the shelves.
digital disruptors
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July 1, 2019
Outer, a new direct-to-consumer outdoor furnishings company, wants to bring the sharing economy into your backyard. Here’s how the Santa Monica–based digital startup is pioneering a new kind of authentic consumer marketing by enlisting—and paying—customers to turn their outdoor spaces into showrooms.
industry insider
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June 26, 2019
South Florida-based designer Renee Gaddis started on residential work, but has built a thriving business working with developers and realtors. She pulled back the curtain and explained how the market works, and why designers might want to make it their next side hustle.
show & tell
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June 17, 2019
The Los Angeles Design Festival kicks off June 20. Co-founder Haily Zaki let BOH pick her brain about spotlighting the city as a design capital, coordinating a large-scale show, and balancing authentic programming with brand sponsorships.
digital disruptors
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June 11, 2019
The $582 billion home decor industry has a new admirer. Poshmark, the digital peer-to-peer style marketplace, has expanded into decorative territory with launch of Home, a new category unveiled today.
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