(Jonny Cota, Cinabre, Tetsuya Niikura, Sernes, Weekend Max Mara, Lillian Shalom and Fred Segal)
By MARQUES HARPERMARCH 17, 2021 8 AM PT
This story is part of our issue on Remembrance, a time-traveling journey through the L.A. experience — past, present and future. See the full package here.
1. Esquivel X Cinabre
This Los Angeles and French collaboration yielded a festive designer bandanna. Available in beige ($295) as well as navy, red and white ($295). A black-and-white version is $250. georgeesquivel.com
2. Comme des Garçons X Mikimoto
Their collection of unisex pearl necklaces is adorned with studs, safety pins and shark teeth, shown here. $6,500. Available at Dover Street Market Los Angeles. shop.doverstreetmarket.com/us/
3. Jonny Cota
The L.A. designer’s sophomore fragrance, Leather Parfum, was inspired by Cota’s adventures in Bali. It’s available in 5 milliliters, 15 milliliters and 60 milliliters. $40, $90 and $175, respectively. jonnycota.com
4. Weekend Max Mara
A colorful spring capsule collection — a collaboration with artist Donald Robertson — offers plenty of buzzy and butterfly-inspired wardrobe staples including bags, jeans, a jacket, tops and these sneakers with an allover print. $295. Available at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa. weekendmaxmara.com
Justin Torres on the gold chain that got away
Robin D.G. Kelley is the historian of our revolutionary times
Jason Parham on the tenderness John Singleton saw in Black L.A.
I was almost cast as Jenny Humphrey in ‘Gossip Girl.’ Was I not hot enough?
5. Fred Segal
March 17, 2021
6. Lillian Shalom
The Los Angeles-based jewelry designer found inspiration for her new pieces, including the Endora statement ring, through Art Nouveau as well as archeology and iconography. $1,000. lillianshalom.com
This new denim line is designed in Los Angeles. Selections from the label include these pink-and-orange joggers. $79.99. sernes.co
Prices and availability are subject to change.