Susan Denley is a former contributor to the All the Rage blog, associate features editor and editor of the Image section, which covers fashion, style, beauty – and their intersection with Hollywood and California culture. Over a career spanning four newspapers and two coasts, she’s been responsible for a wide variety of features and hard news beats as a reporter, editor or department manager. Denley left The Times in 2015.
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Baja East designers Scott Studenberg and John Targon — finalists in this year’s prestigious CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund competiton — are scheduled to show off what they’ve called their “loose luxury,” “ambisexual” line in a trunk show from 2 to 5 p.m.
Avion Clothier, which specializes in men’s and women’s luxury shirting designed by Katherine Tsina Bird, has opened in Atwater Village.
Shopping choices abound this season in Southern California, with new stores opening, retailers hosting charitable fundraisers, craft markets popping up and more.
Teenager Bindi Irwin, “Backstreet Boy” Nick Carter, actor/singer Carlos PenaVega and American hero Alek Skarlatos have had such a great season on “Dancing With the Stars” that they are all moving on to the season finale next week.
Holiday shoppers in Beverly Hills are about to encounter something new at Tiffany & Co. on Rodeo Drive.
Actor/rapper LL Cool J will be the arm candy when his wife, jewelry designer Simone Smith, shows her collection, SIS by Simone I.
New York natural beauty and skincare purveyor CAP Beauty is popping up at Jenni Kayne’s Brentwood boutique from Friday through Nov. 12.
The holiday edition of the Contemporary Crafts Market -- celebrating its 30th anniversary this year -- is setting up shop in Pasadena on Nov. 13-15.
Actress and Fabletics co-founder Kate Hudson is scheduled to host a shopping fundraiser to benefit Bright Pink on Thursday at the Fabletics boutique at The Village at Westfield Topanga.
Entertainer Dita Von Teese is expected to be at this weekend’s Vintage Fashion Expo, selling and signing a limited number of copies of her books, “Burlesque and the Art of the Teese” and “Dita: Striptease.”