The Agenda: Jenni Kayne Furniture, Rosewood Montecito, and Natasha Baradaran’s ‘Andro’ CollectionAuthor:Allison McCarthy
Los Angeles fashion label Jenni Kayne is no longer just about clothes, accessories and home decor. The coveted brand recently debuted a capsule collection of furniture in its signature minimalist chic style. Launching with four pieces—an entry table, side table, rope chair and day bench—the line comprises a mix of midcentury- and Scandinavian-inspired accent pieces in sold white oak, which are all handcrafted locally in L.A. Each piece is a timeless classic designed to be worn in naturally over time.
When: Available online
Palm Spring’s carefree, bohemian spirit abounds at this new 38-villa desert hideaway. Designed in collaboration with Portland’s Lightning Bar Collective, the Coachella Valley hotel has been outfitted in a bright, bold, color palette and endlessly playful vibe. And it’s just the right amount of stomping ground and secluded getaway. Take advantage of an exclusive opening rate, with rooms starting at $144 a night through the end of the month.
When: Reservations must be booked by Fri. 11/30 for stays through Fri. 12/28
Where: 1620 S. Indian Trail, Palm Springs
Of course there are luxe amenities, including an oceanfront bar and restaurant, two swimming pools, an indulgent spa and state-of-the-art fitness center, but the real star of the show at Santa Barbara’s highly anticipated resort is its pristine beachside location. Spread over nearly 16 acres, the resort will offer 124 guestrooms and 37 suites, many of which will be located in single-story cottages and bungalows, where you’ll have access to secluded sands. Start planning for your mid-winter escape now.
When: Now accepting reservations from Mon. 1/7/19
Where: 1555 S. Jameson Ln., Montecito
After making its grand debut earlier this year at Salone del Mobile Milan, Los Angeles designer Natasha Baradaran’s new ‘Andro’ furniture collection finally launches stateside. Inspired by the energy of fashion, the line is made up of six pieces, including a resin and liquid metal side table with stone fragments; a lacquered walnut ottoman with burnished brass inlay; a rose gold, walnut, and leather coffee table; a plush lounger with brass inlay; the bleached walnut Bustier chair inspired by Madonna; and the Wrap chair, whose bold draping takes cues from the iconic DVF silhouette.
When: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday–Friday
Where: Available at Jean de Merry, 8687 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood
San Francisco’s Moscone Center isn’t the only downtown destination getting a fancy refresh. Business travelers and tourists alike will notice a shiny new Intercontinental Hotel right next door. The behemoth 550-plus room high-rise has been revamped by BraytonHughes Design Studios, who was inspired by the idea of an intellectual gold mine and high-powered fashion. The pinstripes in the gray carpet conjure images of exquisitely tailored suits and suit-like buttons outline the bed skirts. The hotel’s art collection features local emerging artists and Instagram stars.
When: Open for reservations
Where: 888 Howard St., San Francisco
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