Saturday, May 25


Student fashion a “˜Catalyst’ for change

If you are looking for proof of the link between fashion and revolution, simply consider the significance of a basic t-shirt that reads, "Legalize L.A." or a canvas bag stamped with "Go Green." It is this idea of upheaval, transformation and change that has inspired the annual Fashion and Student Trends fashion show, "Catalyst." Read more...


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Student fashion a “˜Catalyst’ for change

If you are looking for proof of the link between fashion and revolution, simply consider the significance of a basic t-shirt that reads, "Legalize L.A." or a canvas bag stamped with "Go Green." It is this idea of upheaval, transformation and change that has inspired the annual Fashion and Student Trends fashion show, "Catalyst." Read more...

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Bay Cities Italian Deli and Bakery is famous for its Godmother sandwich, which boasts five different kinds of meat. This Santa Monica deli has been serving Angelenos since 1925, with the Godmother sandwich hitting the menu in 1952.

Bite into history, art of sandwiches from L.A. delis

Hot roast beef dripping with its own juices; a pile of Italian meat drenched in dressings and vegetables; the humble coupling of peanut butter and jelly. Read more...

Photo: Bay Cities Italian Deli and Bakery is famous for its Godmother sandwich, which boasts five different kinds of meat. This Santa Monica deli has been serving Angelenos since 1925, with the Godmother sandwich hitting the menu in 1952.

Bay Cities Italian Deli and Bakery is famous for its Godmother sandwich, which boasts five different kinds of meat. This Santa Monica deli has been serving Angelenos since 1925, with the Godmother sandwich hitting the menu in 1952.

Textiles such as this 1930s skirt cloth are among the 19th and 20th century batiks on display at the Fowler Museum's exhibition, "Courtly and Urban Batik from Java." The diagonal contrasting patterns of this skirt allowed it to be worn two different ways.

Rarely seen Java fabrics on display at Fowler

Through batik, a painstaking process of hand-drawn wax design and dipping dye, traditional Indonesian cloths are bathed in rich color and patterned with plumes of flora, fauna and abstract design. Read more...

Photo: Textiles such as this 1930s skirt cloth are among the 19th and 20th century batiks on display at the Fowler Museum's exhibition, "Courtly and Urban Batik from Java." The diagonal contrasting patterns of this skirt allowed it to be worn two different ways.

Textiles such as this 1930s skirt cloth are among the 19th and 20th century batiks on display at the Fowler Museum's exhibition, "Courtly and Urban Batik from Java." The diagonal contrasting patterns of this skirt allowed it to be worn two different ways.




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