It doesn’t get any more New York than Vans collaboration, the brand has started a Locals Only section of their blog, speaking with talented locals about what to do in their city. What was the first city they did this with? Los Angeles.
Cotillon is all grown up. It feels like just yesterday that their Votive Flower came out. Now? They have a more refined, radio ready EP of six LA rocked out jam songs about love and desire and young antics. The EP is White Roses and is certainly poised to storm your ears, more LA peoples ears, and then onward to beyond LA’s ears. The EP is a definite step toward the band’s full maturity.
Kim Baise makes mobiles. She creates little hanging sculptures from wood and found materials and they end up being delicate and incredibly youthful decorations. They have the feeling of those mobile you hang above a child’s bed–but Baise has basically translated that idea for cool adults.
Are you currently in school for film and want to try out some of your talents? Are you just super good at film stuff and want to get in on a cool project? Do you just really like LAIY and want to help out in some capacity? Well, we have an opportunity for you! We’re currently looking for an intern with film skills who would be helping us try to accomplish our New Years resolution of making short films on the site. We have a lot of content already bagged–we just need some help turning it from raw footage to sleek two minute videos.
Korovilas is a Los Angeles based womenswear brand from designer Maria Korovilas. They’ve recently released their Autumn/Winter 2013 collection with a little presentation at Siren Studios this past weekend. The collection is whimsical and girly and full of very feminine silhouettes. The garments are also a sleek nod to fashionable movements passed, too.