Every event on the roster was sold out at last month's Legends of La Cienega. The three-day event, organized by the La Cienega Design Quarter, celebrated the West Hollywood design district, the design community as well as local fine artists.
ELLE DECOR party at Therien & Co.
A line-up of New York and L.A. shelter magazine editors and publishers supported the event by participating in panel discussions and hosting receptions: Michael Boodro and Barbara Friedman of ELLE DECOR; Dara Caponigro, Carolyn Englefield, Jennifer Bruno and Lisa Newsom of VERANDA; Ann Maine of Traditional Home, Newell Turner of House Beautiful,, Pam Jaccarino of Luxe, Alexandria Abramian-Mott of Angeleno and Angeleno Interiors, Susan McFadden of California Homes and Julia Noran of The Editor at Large.
'What's Your Mood?' panel at Bausman with Nina Freudenberger, Lori Dennis, Jillian St. Charles and Julia Noran
Event highlights included window displays featuring vignettes by top designers inspired by their favorite artists, presented by One Kings Lane; an Opening Night Gala hosted by ELLE DECOR Editor-in-Chief Michael Boodro at Therien & Co.; a Kick-off Breakfast hosted by House Beautiful Editor-in-Chief Newell Turner at Baker; a Designer’s Power Lunch at Marge Carson; a Cocktail Party hosted by Traditional Home Editor-in-Chief Ann Maine at Lee Stanton Antiques; a finale celebration hosted by VERANDA Editor-in-Chief Dara Caponigro at The Melrose Project; a luxurious VIP Lounge hosted by Silestone; and a special One Kings Lane Tastemaker Tag Sale featuring LCDQ member items benefitting The Art of Elysium’s Elysium Project.
VERANDA closing reception: Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, Carolyn Englefield, Dara Caponigro and Kathryn Ireland
Designers & Tastemakers included Jeff Andrews, Kimberly Brooks, Janie Bryant, Barclay Butera, Thomas Callaway, Kathleen Clements, Neil Denari, Lori Dennis, Peter Dunham, Susan Feldman, Brad Ford, Nina Freudenberger, Oliver Furth, Richard Hallberg, Emily Henderson, Kathryn Ireland Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Katie Leede, Mary McDonald, David Meister, Suzanne Rheinstein, Alison Pincus, Windsor Smith, Brittany Snow, Jillian St. Charles, Madeline Stuart, Elizabeth Williams, and Ron Woodson.
1st Leap by MOLLY LUETKEMEYER honoring SOL LEWITT
LCDQ shops and showrooms include 1st Leap, Baker Furniture, Barclay Butera, Bausman & Co., City Review, Compas Architectural, Stone, Connoisseur Antiques, Connoisseur Antiques, Downtown, Dragonette, Fuller & Roberts Co., George Smith, Gray Morell, Hallworth Design, Hollyhock, Hollywood at Home, Hollywood Sierra Kitchens, Jamal's Rug Collections, Jasper, Jean De Merry, John J. Nelson, Le Pre, Lee Stanton Antiques, Maison Au Naturel, Marge Carson, Mecox Gardens, Mehraban Oriental Rugs, Nanz Company, Navona Antiques, Outside Downtown, Pat McGann, Paul Ferrante, Quatrain, Ralf”s Antiques, Reborn Antiques, Remains Lighting, Rose Tarlow Melrose House, Scalamandré, Studio Workshops, Szalon, The Melrose Project, The Rug Affair, Therien & Co., Waterworks, and Woven Accents.
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