Article written by Sara Tavares, Journalist
La Cienega Design Quarter has been the destination for sophisticated shoppers looking for top quality design for the home so its quite normal that all the big names in the interior design field come together to celebrate that.
This will be the 6th Legends event is a celebration of design where VIPs and tastemakers from the interior design, decor, art, fashion and architectural worl all come tohgether.
The good thing about this is that during this 3-day celebration is that you can see windows displays from the top stores of La Cienega decorated by the best interior designers, artist or other VIP that are invited just for this.
The theme for this year’s Legends is “Novel Interiors: Storytelling by Design” . Diane Von Furstenger has chosen “ Out of Africa” as theme for her window, Jeff Andrews – “Fifty Shades of Grey” at Claremont, Jeffrey Hitchcock – “Fahrenheit 451” at Downtown, Sheldon Harte of Harte Brownlee “The Invisible Man” at Mecox, and architect Paul Williger – Edith Wharton’s “The House of Mirth” at Renaissance Design Studio but many surprises are about to happen.
Sponsered by the top magazines on the field as Architectural Digest, DomaineHome.com, Elle Decor, The Hollywood Reporter, House Beautiful, Luxe Interior + Design, Milieu, Objekt, Traditional Home and Veranda and the regional ones as C magazine and California Homes, this event as all to be a sucess.
For us its one of a kind event with more than 40 windows display imaginatively transformed, a lot of social events like a Gala, a Tribute Party and so on, we can’t wait to see what’s about to happen there.
For now, we are going to talk about the one and unique Diane von Furstenberg, a fashion designer that everyone wants to meet.
“Simplicity and sexiness, that’s what people want. At a price that’s not outrageous,” she told once to Vogue. She couldn’t say it better. In the year her wrap dress made 40 years, Kate Middelton just made her name pop out again since she worn it during her royal visit to Sydney.
Has we look to her Penthouse in Manhattan we just have to expect because this window is going to be one of a kind, don’t you think?!