YOUR TRUE COLORS
LEGENDS has become the most anticipated design event in the United States. A 3-day celebration of design that brings together thousands of VIPs and tastemakers from the worlds of interior design, decor, art, fashion and architecture, LEGENDS features receptions, keynote panel discussions, cocktail parties, book signings, personal appearances and numerous other opportunities for people to see and engage in a dialogue about design.
For LEGENDS 2017, the theme Your True Colors will be expressed in the 60+ windows of the member LCDQ shops, showrooms and galleries, and window designers will be invited to express originality and diversity in the window vignettes they create.
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Each year as we celebrate our Legends event, we are reminded how fortunate we are in the Los Angeles community and the design community at large for the wealth of talent and creativity that inspire us in our daily lives. The LCDQ is where Main Street USA meets Design in LA. It is a community of store front design resources with a sense of community... a community that fosters cooperation, education, inspiration and the promotion of style. Our annual Legends event is an opportunity to showcase the talent of some of our community's leading designers in LCDQ member windows. Thank you to all the legendary designers for sharing their vision and talent over the years.
Architectural Digest today announced its AD100 list of the top designers and architects for 2017, and among the honorees is Michael S. Smith, whose sole eponymous showroom, Jasper, is a member of LCDQ. The list includes a select number of Los Angeles designers and architects, many of whom frequent the La Cienega Design Quarter shops, [...]
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