KEYNOTE – Legendary Art and the Designers Who Love It

Moderated by Jacqueline Terrebonne, Editor in Chief, Galerie.

1stdibs Dialogues: Why It’s Worth It

Moderated by Anthony Barzilay Freund, Editorial Director, 1stdibs

Contrary to feeling like a museum display, interiors filled with treasures can be the peak of luxury and comfort. Our panelists tell how great collections can enhance the best interior design.


Whitney Robinson, Editor in Chief, Elle Decor, engages in a one on one with iconic New York designer Bunny Williams

KEYNOTE – Looking to the Past to Design for the Future

Moderator: Parker Larson, Style Director, Elle Decor

1stdibs Dialogues: Clutter Can Be Cool

Moderated by Anthony Barzilay Freund, Editorial Director, 1stdibs

Sharing tales of luxurious layering, epic installations or simply the love of lots of stuff, top designers explain why Marie Kondo isn’t necessarily right.


Jill Waage, Editor in Chief, Traditional Home, engages in a one on one with iconic Los Angeles designer Suzanne Rheinstein

KEYNOTE – How Legendary Travel Destinations Inspire Our Work Today

Moderator: Steele Marcoux, Editor in Chief, Veranda

KEYNOTE – Rules are Meant to be Broken

Moderator: Joanna Saltz, Editor in Chief, House Beautiful

KEYNOTE – The Great Design Debate: Minimalist or Maximalist

Moderator: Pamela Jaccarino, Editor in Chief, Luxe Interiors + Design

Does a discreet well-edited home thrill you, or have you just ordered 500 silk flowers to line the ceiling of a cheetah-wallpapered bathroom? Join LUXE Interiors + Design Editor in Chief, Pamela Jaccarino and designers Alex Papachristidis, Nicole Fuller and James Magni for a rollicking deliberation about minimalist versus maximalist design.

DISCUSSION – Kitchen Couture

Architects Erik Peterson and Homer Oatman, along with stone expert Erika Egede-Nissen, turn up the heat on a conversation with California Homes Editor in Chief Susan McFadden about the latest innovations in the favorite room of the house.

DISCUSSION – Looking Forward to the Past

Moderator: Carolyn Englefield

Led by Veranda magazine contributing editor Carolyn Englefield, designers Veere Grenney, Maximilian Sinsteden and Catherine Olaskey and Dara Caponigro discuss their current design process and the influences that come from learning and working with great mentors

DISCUSSION – Taking the Reins and Building on a Design Legacy

Designers Mark Boone and Stephan Jones discuss what they learned form design legends Mimi London and Bruce Gregga during their student/mentor years.

DISCUSSION – The Legendary Houses of L.A.

Architectural Historian Eleanor Shrader discusses the cultural relevance of the city of Los Angeles as seen through its architecture with designer Jaime Rummerfield, architect Paul Williger, and realtor and L.A. architecture historian Bret Parsons.
Sponsored by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art.

DISCUSSION – What Makes a Modern Icon

Luxe Homes Editor Lisa Bingham Dewart in conversation with Melissa Warner Rothblum, Thomas Lavin and Gary Hutton

DISCUSSION – Inspired Design: Around the World

Designers Peter Dunham and Tom Scheerer talk about the pinnacles of design with Stephen Drucker, editor of Vendome’s Inspired Design: The 100 Most Important Designers of the Past 100 Years. Book signing and reception immediately following at Hollywood at Home.

DISCUSSION – Do You Need to Hire a Publicist?

Michael Boodro of Dering Hall probes the question with publicists Christina Juarez, Sarah Boyd, Lauren Urband.

DISCUSSION – If These Walls Could Talk

Sabine Rothman and an esteemed panel, including Robert Rufino, Peter D’Ascoli and Katy Polsby discuss and dish on color, pattern and legendary rooms with a past.