The Summer Lookbook

LA Lessons with Davide Baroncini

Away from Rodeo, Fairfax and Melrose, Davide Baroncini decided to set up his own Italian idyll inside of an old shopping arcade in San Marino, a sleepy corner of Pasadena. If you have to go to work every day, you might as well make it somewhere beautiful. 

In The Studio with Zack Rosebrugh

The Piñata District is a real place, a colourful corridor of market stalls and vendors deep in Downtown Los Angeles, the synthetic oranges, pinks and purples of the storefronts a balm against the washed out factories and warehouses that make up the majority of the surrounding landscape. We meet Zack Rosebrugh outside one of these old industrial buildings, where the artist works out of a studio with high ceilings and giant windows, that famous California light filtering through in shades of pale grey on a hazy morning.

LA Pizza with Quarter Sheets

From the outside it doesn’t look like much, a squat, slightly wonky white building, a little sign in the window, the highway—that constant LA soundtrack—rumbling nearby, but starting from early evening until well into the night, there’ll be a queue outside of Quarter Sheets in Echo Park, a pizza restaurant that has quickly become one of the city’s most sought-after tables. 

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