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By Maile Pingel | July 15, 2016
“There’s beauty everywhere you go in the house,” says interior designer Kelly Ferm of the home she recently completed for clients, an active couple with grown children and grandchildren. The house, which sits on a 5-acre lot in...
By Elizabeth Jenkins | July 15, 2016
There are two kinds of home buyers: those who want a house that’s move-in ready, and those who are game for a project. San Francisco designer Allison Bloom of Dehn Bloom knew she had a big project on her hands when a close friend asked her to...
By Jennifer Blaise Kramer | July 15, 2016
John Russo is no stranger to flash. A celebrity photographer in Los Angeles, he’s constantly surrounded by lights and glamour as he focuses his camera on some of Hollywood’s most recognized faces. But when the weekend...
By Laura Eckstein Jones, Amanda Friedman, Anh-Minh Le and AnnaMaria Stephens | July 14, 2016
Late last year, designer Jeffery Molter quietly opened ...
By Maile Pingel | April 19, 2016
THE BUZZ Between year-round sports, film festivals and a burgeoning culinary scene, Telluride, Colo., is the place to be, and...
By Amanda Friedman | April 12, 2016
After more than a decade working as a fashion stylist for stars like Claire Danes and Emma Stone, Newport Beach resident Shannon McLaren Wilkins is bringing her sartorial sense to a different field: interior design. Together with her husband,...
By Kathy A. McDonald | April 12, 2016
James Curnin has real estate in his blood. A great-grandson of Jack Parker of New York City’s Le Parker Meridien hotel and extensive real estate holdings, Curnin, 30, worked his way through the family business from concierge to leasing...
By Wendy Bowman | April 12, 2016
The first time Texans Jana and Mike McGuire visited the luxurious The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel in 1987, they were drawn to the area’s coastal beauty and ambience, and resolved to someday make a SoCal move. Fast-forward to 2016...