I’ve been spending more and more time in West Hollywood lately. There are SO many amazing bars, restaurants, salons and shops in the area. I got my haircut on Melrose the other day and then wandered to Gracias Madre for yummy vegan Mexican food with my girlfriend who works down the street. On the same street as Gracias Madre – there’s the coolest coffee shop; Verve (you may have seen my insta there last week) and rooftop; Catch where all the celebs hang out.
As winter (aka the cold!) is approaching – I always like to start planning my next trip or vacation. Over the years, I’ve had the pleasure of visiting a variety of unique hotels and spas. As a part of my Wellness Series I wanted to share my top 10 favorite spas around the world with you! I took a bit of a break from my regular weekly Wellness Posts because I had 3 huge public speaking engagements last month (I usually only do 3 a year!) and just launched my latest collection with Gigi New York.
Happy Friday! I wore this look to an event I had in Downtown LA the other week. I’ve mentioned this before but I am a major homebody and these days rarely like to leave my ‘hood. On the rare occasion that I do venture out, especially on a weekend night… you’ll most likely find me in an outfit like this. Skinny jeans, a lace cami, a leather or suede jacket, simple ankle strap heels and a Chanel. Classic, but still sexy, comfortable, but still put together.
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Selecting a term
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