A deep appreciation and a wild visual ride through the wonderland of Los Angeles-style
Los Angeles harbors its own canon of styles: Romantic Bohemian, Glamour, Skater and Surfer, Rocker, Chola-Style, Indie-Eclectic, and Casual Chic—each shaped by the unique mix of subcultures, climates, geography, history, and personalities that have coexisted in different pockets of the greater LA area. These signature looks continue to inspire celebrities, clothing designers, and stylists the world over. In City of Style, Melissa Magsaysay, style editor for the Los Angeles Times, draws on decades of the best, most iconic examples of LA-style and explores the trends, tastes, and fashion innovations of today's Angelenos—while offering a taste of the retail landscape, a guide to stores and shops, and helpful tips on how to buy and wear key pieces for each different style.
Featuring exclusive interviews with Los Angeles's most influential designers, retailers, and trendsetters, including:
Georgina Chapman (Marchesa)
Awesome book a must for anyone connected or interested in the California fashion scene!Published 3 months ago by Jamie E. Amann
Well, this book arrived well before it was promised to do so, and also came to me in far better condition than I had expected, as well. Read morePublished on July 29, 2012 by A.O.
This is the most accessible and coolest fashion guide I have seen in a long time. It has wonderful photos and some great profiles. A must buy for any fashion fan.Published on May 29, 2012 by Matty
I just received my copy and am impressed with how in depth and thorough this book is. It's a cool mix of accessible style tips, plus history and modern day people. Read morePublished on May 26, 2012 by SaraJ