The list? Made. The checks? Twice. And for everyone who made it through the very extensive naughty/nice review? Presents.
The Yoshimoto Cube will make her drop that old disco ball, but neon laceys (Bird, 8428 Melrose Place, suite b, West Hollywood; 323-651-9920) or the KTZ weekender will complement the Technicolor dream coat she already has.
Once they’re on, the giant Geren Ford cable scarf and buttery Georges Morand gloves (Whatever Lola Wants, 834 North La Brea Avenue; 323-461-3155) aren’t coming off. She’ll never be all bundled up with no place to go with City Walks: Los Angeles: 50 Adventures on Foot (Traveler’s Bookcase, 8375 West Third Street; 323-655-0575).
She’s nesty — even beyond her Heather Levine ceramic birdhouse (Elizabeth Paige Smith Atelier, 1423 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Venice; 310-392-8060). An Eva Solo coffee brewer will jump-start her kitchen adventures, and The Small Object recipe cards should help keep track of them all.
No plastic, no paper, no work in her Finer Things Club. Requirements include rare titles found by Ivanhoe Books (1618 Silverlake Boulevard, Silver Lake; 323-660-1500), vintage housewares new at Des Kohan (671 Cloverdale Avenue, Miracle Mile; 323-857-0200), and a signature scent concocted using the Susanne Lang Couture Blend Kit.
New year. New her. Again. Time for Strange Invisible Perfumes new Life-Changing Body Wash and a quick read of The Secret Source, a book of the secrets behind The Secret. Then, there’s a Vita key ring. Because she might not have the key to life, but at least she’ll have the one for her car.
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Correction: The Yaya Sample Sale is actually happening at The Cooper Building (860 South Los Angeles Street, at Ninth Street, suite 635; 213-488-5188) from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., today through Friday.