Julissa James is a staff writer for Image, where she covers culture, style, fashion, art and L.A. She has been with the Los Angeles Times since 2019 and has written for the magazine since 2021.
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There’s a sense of humor to summer, a deeply ingrained belief that it’s a time when rules not only can be broken but should be. The brand’s Paula’s Ibiza collection can take you from the beach to the beach house party with enough juice to get you on the list, plus one.
We spend so much time inadvertently looking out — gauging traffic in our cars, vibe checking while walking through downtown — but the best place to take in the city is from above.
MidcenturyLA is the kind of place made for manifesting.
Un homenaje insuficiente a la gente que crea cada día obras de arte extraordinarias en una ciudad obsesionada por la belleza.
An insufficient tribute to the ordinary people who create extraordinary works of art every single day in a city obsessed with beauty.
The era of mess has an outfit — what you wore the night before. Striding with pride is a quiet protest in not letting the outside world judge you based off a detail that you let them in on, like what you did last night.
The city gave the luxury brand the chance to imagine and create a new reality — a world where the fashion house’s gold-gilded past meets a future in the same vein.
The L.A. artist taps into the ways in which God shows up, and how to honor that in real time.
With a new EP and outlook on life, the L.A. artist is reaching toward his truest self.
In celebration of the NBA All-Star Game, the La Brea fashion institution teamed up with the luxury performance brand to create a limited-edition capsule collection meant to layer, reverse, detach and expand the views of what outerwear can be.