What We’re Reading
October 05, 2012 | by —Alexandra Calamari
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Roger Moore as James Bond (1968).
Break out your martinis—shaken not stirred—because the James Bond franchise officially turns 50 tonight. [LA Times]
Meanwhile another British transplant, Topshop, has popped up on Melrose Ave. with a by-appointment-only store. [Racked]
Foodies will soon celebrate the debut of Ludo Lefebvre’s cookbook Ludobites by whipping up their own duck-fat fried chicken. [LA Weekly]
In other non-fiction news, October new releases include biographies about Clint Eastwood, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and yes, even Uggie the dog. [LA Mag]
Still searching for weekend plans? Check out “Painting the Void” which debuts this weekend at MOCA—it’s Paul Schimmel’s last show as chief curator. [LA Weekly]
Fashion shoot: December 2013 issue of Los Angeles Confidential magazine.