New artists will exhibit their work at the Nov. 21 Downtown Huntington Beach Art Walk.
Cristina Hoyos, a postmodern Surrealist artist from Colombia, will have her work on display, according to event manager Mary Ann Senske.
Hoyos explores the theme of "Witness" by using the image of a mysterious eye in the sky that appears in many of her paintings, collages and drawings, Senske said by email.
InnOcean will feature a specially commissioned work by artist Josh Agle, known as Shag, and the Huntington Beach Art Center is presenting "The Cylinder, the Sphere, the Cone," an exhibition by artists Pat Warner, Gary Simpson and Lana Shuttleworth.
The art walk takes place from 6 to 9 p.m.
For applications to be a host or a participating artist, go to hbdowntown.com or call (714) 536-8300.
Get your blowout on at MyBlow
Get lush locks at the new MyBlow LA, a blowout dry bar based in Los Angeles, which opens Nov. 15 at the Irvine Spectrum.
The 1,300-square-foot shop, near Nordstrom and Target, has 12 stations for blowouts and features a mix of contemporary and antique decor with hanging mirrors, a marble countertop and touches of white and silver mixed throughout the salon, according to spokesman Roy Hasson.
For $35, you can get "The Perfect Blow," the salon's signature blowout; "Big Head," a blowout that gives a lot of volume; or "Slick Lick," a sleek straight blowout. Other options are available at additional cost.
MyBlow is celebrating the holidays with Sunday Mimosas and Morning Blow and Cocoa.
MyBlow is in the Irvine Spectrum, 99 Fortune Drive No. 179, Irvine; (949) 943-3100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fendi debuts new look at South Coast Plaza
The newly remodeled 2,800-square-foot Fendi boutique at South Coast Plaza debuted its "Palazzo" concept, designed to reflect the brand's headquarters in Rome.
The design features an alternating curved facade that is wrapped in "soft-tone Roman Navona Travertine vertical panels, a classic ancient Roman stone, and vertical ribbed-glass panels made of parchment color with back-lit artisan glass," according to a news release.
Fendi, known for its handbags, furs, shoes and other accessories, plays up its offering at the South Coast Plaza boutique with a luxurious seating area and more intimate shoe area.
The store is having a private launch event in connection with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Wednesday.
Fendi is in the Jewel Court at South Coast Plaza, 3333 Bristol St. Call (714) 751-111.
Fashion takes the stage at event
The latest fashions from emerging designers will take over Newport-Mesa as the OC Fashion Showcase kicks off Thursday and continues through the weekend.
Peggy Tanous of the "Real Housewives of Orange County" will host the event, which starts at 6:30 p.m. at Newport Lexus for VIP ticket holders, who will be given a chance to mingle with celebrities and other guests at the celebrity meet-and-greet. The fashion show and entertainment starts at 8 p.m. Newport Lexus is at 3901 MacArthur Blvd.
Action sports and swimwear take the stage Friday at the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity, 3321 Hyland Ave. in Costa Mesa, across from the OC Mart Mix. VIP arrival will start at 6:30 p.m. with a red carpet and celebrity meet-and-greet event. The fashion show begins at 8 p.m.
Saturday is an invitation-only event, but on Sunday the showcase ends with a fashion show at the Westin South Coast Plaza Rooftop, 686 Anton Blvd. in Costa Mesa. The VIP event starts at 6 p.m., with the fashion show and entertainment starting at 7:30 p.m.
The showcase "promotes Orange County as a strong presence in the fashion industry and raises money to benefit the Orange County Fashion Trade Assn.," a nonprofit that gives scholarships to local students in need, according to a news release.
VIP tickets for the individual events are $49.99 and general admission is $34.99.
For more information, visit http://www.OCFashionshowcase.com.
Give thanks at Sapphire Laguna
Thanksgiving dinner doesn't have to be stressful, thanks to Chef Azmin Ghahreman at Sapphire Laguna. The restaurant is offering three options for the big feast: a prix-fixe dinner at the restaurant; a 10-item Thanksgiving meal to-go; or a la carte dishes at the Pantry that can be bought to go.
Those interested in dining at the restaurant can enjoy the three-course prix-fixe meal from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Prices for the meal vary based on choice of entree and beverage. Children's meals are half-priced.
The 10-item Thanksgiving meal to-go serves six to eight people and includes a traditional herb-roasted Diestel hen turkey and fixings such as potatoes, stuffing, chutney, gravy, rolls, three side dishes and a dessert, the news release said. Cost is $345 plus tax.
A la carte items vary in price. A Thanksgiving dinner for one is available, as are vegetarian requests. The Thanksgiving menu is at http://www.sapphirellc.com/pdf/thanksgiving-2012.pdf. Call (949) 715-9889 for more details.
Cannery giving back during November
The Cannery Seafood of the Pacific in Newport Beach is donating 25% of November sales to Heifer International, a nonprofit that works to end hunger and poverty and teaches people to care for the Earth, according to a news release.
Last year, owner Ron Salisbury and patrons donated $27,000 to the cause.
The Cannery, originally a commercial fish cannery in 1921, serves "the finest seafood available." The restaurant is at 3010 Lafayette Road, Newport Beach. Call (949) 566-0060 to make a reservation or visit http://www.cannerynewport.com.
ALISHA GOMEZ is the city editor of the Coastline Pilot. She can be reached at email@example.com or (714) 966-4618.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times