Behind the Seams Episode 2: Fast Fashion
Fashionista foodies–get an on-set look at the making of Southbay's latest fashion shoot. Join the editorial team as they hit up a few South Bay walk-up windows in mouthwatering summer style.Posted by Our South Bay on Monday, August 22, 2016
Styled & Photographed by Monica Orozco
Smitten Ice Cream at The Point in El Segundo
Tamika top, $178, Corbin 2 shorts, $178, Saturn bracelet, $98, and ring, $98; all at Trina Turk in Manhattan Beach. Isabell tote in Citrion by Annabel Ingall, $480, and Ray-Ban aviators, $170; both at marea boutique at Terranea.
Zadie jumpsuit, $398, Park Ave crossbody saddle bag, $228, Gorjana gold tribal necklace, $85; Beach & Beverly in Hermosa Beach. Sunglasses, $45; Sugarcloth at Del Amo Fashion Center. Adrianna shoe by Loucos + Santos, $99; Sole of Brasil, soleofbrasil.com
Celeste Mygl Perez
Food blogger, wellfed.co
Project Taco at the Hermosa Beach Pier
Monic dress in red-orange by Alexis, $612; marea boutique at Terranea. Flights of Fancy grapefruit crossbody by Kate Spade, $278; Kate Spade at Del Amo Fashion Center. Wood bangles, $21, and hoop earrings,$9; Sugarcloth at Del Amo Fashion Center. Noemi shoes by Jorge Bischoff, $124; Sole of Brasil, soleofbrasil.com.
Food blogger, stirandstyle.com
The Standing Room in Redondo Beach
Above: Dextra top, $188, Moss 2 pant, $268, and Aquarius ring, $98; all at Trina Turk in Manhattan Beach. Ray-Ban sunglasses, $175; marea boutique at Terranea. Bahia shoes by Loucos + Santos, $120; Sole of Brasil, soleofbrasil.com.
Right: Gilda top, $268, Corbin 2 short, $198, Sunkissed tote, $198, Bodrum pendant necklace, $124, Aquarius ring, $98; all at Trina Turk in Manhattan Beach. Hoop earrings, $9; Sugarcloth at Del Amo Fashion Center. Bahia shoes by Loucos + Santos, $120; Sole of Brasil, soleofbrasil.com.
Inspired by a vibrant palette discovered while living in Phillip’s native Germany, the Stephanus family asked friend and interior designer Valerie Sartini to introduce a bold color spectrum to their Manhattan Beach home.
The Wellness Community-South Bay Cities and Trump National Golf Club Los Angeles partnered to host the Undiscovered Chefs Dinner. Over 250 guests enjoyed an evening that included a live and silent auction and gourmet dinner. Twenty-two amateur chefs spent the day slicing and dicing a 3-course dinner under the tutelage of Jean Pierre Vincent, Executive Chef of Trump National Golf Club. The event generated over $30,000, which will go toward group support programs for cancer patients and their loved ones.