Check out what South Bay locals are wearing this summer
Street style our way.
- Photographed byChad Michael Brooks
City: Manhattan Beach
GIG: International speaker and researcher in health, bio-hacking and vitality; co-owner of local gym Beastie
Style: Urban, sporty, street
“Early training wake-up calls, executive coaching, corporate speaking and a personal sweat session require a foolproof, multifunctional dress code. That’s why I choose an ‘urban fitwear’ style for my daily outfits. It’s pleasing to my body and pleasing to the eye, while dominating every occasion throughout the day.”
City: Redondo Beach
Style: Classic, crispy and casual
“I lead a casually active lifestyle. I never know when I could end up hefting a dirty box or attending a show opening! My clothes have to be able to keep up and look cute. Comfort is king, but not at the expense of aesthetic.”
City: Hermosa Beach
GIG: Manager of BLVD
Style: Minimalist, vintage, goth
“I must be an old soul because I typically gravitate toward vintage and retro pieces. Nothing too trendy. And black is definitely favored in my wardrobe.”
Former musician and painter Bradford Stewart introduces
a new art collection designed entirely for outdoor display.
Friday evening of the R2K Conference event featured a performance by the South Bay’s David Benoit and The Asia America Youth Orchestra (AAYO) followed by cocktails, appetizers and dancing. The event is part of an annual research symposium presented by Pediatric Therapy Network for occupational therapists, speech language pathologists and physical therapists interested in the latest research that contributes to understanding child development.