June 23, 2017
June 23, 2017
| November 30, 2006 | Style & Beauty
Rendez-Vous collar, Louis Vuitton ($2,360). 295 N. Rodeo Dr., Beverly Hills, 310-859-0457
Gold python Gia flap bag, Michael Kors ($1,295). South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa, 714-557-5600
Sparkle Dâ€™Or #307 LÃ©vres Scintillantes, Chanel ($28.50). Neiman Marcus, 9700 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, 310-550-5900
Gold python sandal, Gucci ($1,495). Beverly Center, LA, 310-652-0375
Agrafe cuff links, Cartier ($700). 370 N. Rodeo Dr., Beverly Hills, 310-275-4272
Philanthropist and Yoga Enthusiast
I grew up in New York and travel there from my home in LA about once a month. Living in LA provides a great, peaceful lifestyle for my family, but my trips to New York always give me with a muchneeded energy fix—I love the liveliness and the noises of the city. When I’m walking through Central Park and down Fifth Avenue, I get a sense of connectivity I can’t find elsewhere. I always find something new when I’m there, whether it be art installations on the Park Avenue islands or newly opened shops on Madison, such as Céline, Ralph Lauren, and Reed Krakoff.
People tend to look more polished on the East Coast than in LA, and because I’m usually in New York for a board meeting or an event for one of the charities I work with, there are always fun opportunities to get dressed up when I visit. In LA, I have a closet full of evening gowns that get lonely. For evening, I usually stick to metallic accessories so I can use my go-to Kotur gold clutch that I keep in New York, and I always throw gold sandals in my carry-on. Like many Angelenos who are back and forth a lot to New York, I’m a professional at traveling without checking a bag.