The Agenda: Kelly Wearstler, Fendi Casa, And Erica Tanov Turns 25Author:Lindsey Shook
Kelly Wearstler Furniture Collection
Everyone’s favorite interiors expert, Kelly Wearstler, finally launched her own line last month. If you haven’t yet checked out the 59-piece collection in person, beeline to WeHo this weekend for some serious window shopping. There you’ll find bold shapes, rich textures, and metallic patinas that ooze luxury. For the collection, Wearstler has teamed up with artisans the world over, including North Carolina-based E.J. Victor, who produces furniture for Ralph Lauren and Aerin Lauder, among others. And the pieces representative of the Cali spirit are even made locally.
When: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., Mon.–Sat.; Noon – 6 p.m., Sun.
Where: 8440 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles
Beloved Bay Area apparel and home decor designer Erica Tanov celebrates 25 years in business with a bold collaboration and Black Friday blowout sale. Tanov partnered with renowned art photographer Todd Hido on a limited-edition commemorative booklet (complimentary with store purchase) documenting the designer’s past work, including iconic pieces like the Lola silk slip dress, and highlighting her trademark pattern-mixing approach. Get your hands on one during this year’s Black Friday sale on November 27, when everything in-store is 20 percent off.
When: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m., Berkeley store; 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Marin store
Where: Erica Tanov, 1827 Fourth St., Berkeley; Erica Tanov at Marin Country Mart, 2415 Larkspur Landing, Larkspur
California has always been a big market for the classic Italian design house, so much so that they relaunched Fendi Casa L.A. with this month’s opening of a new West Hollywood showroom. Expect the same caliber of handcrafted furniture and home accessories and a spacial collaboration with Trussardi—think sumptuous fabrics, fine woods, and supple leather.
When: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Mon.–Sat.; Noon – 5 p.m., Sun.
Where: 8833 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles
“Interventions: Cayetano Ferrer”
Hawaiian artist Cayetano Ferrer works in remnants. He starts with fragments—the parts that so often get discarded—of ancient textiles, found pieces of carved wood, sections of marble, or even an Art Deco-age ashtray stolen from a casino lobby to create sculptures and installations that explore the idea of repurposing archaeological waste. The centerpiece of this exhibit, an interesting commentary on high-brow versus low-brow culture, is a wall-to-wall rug comprising industrially manufactured carpet sections from the Bellagio, the Palms, and other casinos, all embellished with Greek and Egyptian motifs.
When: Through Sun. 3/13/16
Where: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State St., Santa Barbara
San Francisco-based tastemaker and founder of the Independent Fashion Bloggers organization, Jeanine Jacob, adds a new venture to her stylish repertoire. Mrs. Peasy curates boxes ($25–$600) of artisanal and vintage table settings to help take the pain out of hosting dinner parties. Look out for the newest additions to her collection—brass and wood elements, farm tables, benches, and handwoven rugs.
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