Check out the full story in our Spring Issue!Lindsay Chambers was pursuing a PhD in history at Stanford University when she figured out her calling.

This piece originally appeared on Design Milk.We’re virtually visiting Los Angeles today, spending some time with PJ Roden and Katerina Gabbro, owners of Matters of Space, a design firm and boutique located in Highland Park.

As Los Angelenos know, location is everything.

1. Who is your biggest role model?When I consider all the amazing people making a difference every day, it’s hard to name just one, but when I think of who motivates me as a designer, who I quote daily, and whose innovation changed an industry, I think Coco Chanel.

If you’re able to score a much-coveted reservation at San Francisco’s Lazy Bear, you’re not just going to dinner, you’re getting a one-of-a-kind full sensory experience.After five years as an underground pop-up dining destination for in-the-know foodies, Lazy Bear set up permanent shop in the city’s

1. Who is your biggest role model?When I was growing up, my father. Today, I am inspired by leaders with the vision and decisiveness to create what is new and innovative. I think Steve Jobs is a great example—his vision changed the way people lived.2.

If you’ve been to the Viceroy (Palm Springs, Miami, Anguilla, Santa Monica), the restaurant at Bergdorfs in NYC, The Avalon, or The Tides in Miami, then you’ve experienced the gold-dipped and glamour-glazed style that is Kelly Wearstler.

As one of the original estates in the luxe L.A. neighborhood of Brentwood, Southern California-based architect Lewin Wertheimer and New York-based interior designer Victoria Hagan were tapped to restore this 1920s-30s beaut.

Here's a way to kick off your summer: on June 22nd, head to San Jose to help celebrate the creme de la creme of  interior designers on the Peninsula at the American Society of Interior Designers' 27th annual design awards gala at the city's Tech Museum of Innovation.

Well, it was only a matter of time before this happened. Interior designer and TV host Kelly Wearstler, the woman who launched a thousand Hollywood Regency wannabes, is expanding into fashion.