FORM’s window design at Antonio’s Bella Casa includes a message about the past, present and future of design.FORM’s window design at Antonio’s Bella Casa includes a message about the past, present and future of design. Photo by Matthew Murray.
The design underscores the point that everything must go.The design underscores the point that everything must go. Photo by Matthew Murray.

Since its inception in 2009, LEGENDS has attracted over 40,000 attendees and garnered hundreds of millions of media impressions. It is the largest design event of its kind in Southern California and is a prominent fixture on the national design event calendar. This year, prominent designers from New York, including Thom Filicia, David Scott and Alex Papachristidis, with Florence de Dampierre from Connecticut, have accepted invitations to be a part of the #Legends2013 Time Capsule: The Past, Present and Future of Design and have joined local design powerhouses like Kelly Wearstler, Bravo’s “Million Dollar Decorators” Mary McDonald and Kathryn M. Ireland, Woodson and Rummerfield, Jeff Andrews, Sheldon Harte and Chris Barrett in using their creative prowess to decorate the La Cienega Design Quarter’s windows.

The cornerstone of LEGENDS is the windows, where designers have created the most fantastical vignettes and even entire rooms.

All of the 46 windows in this year’s Legends event have been completed, and the La Cienega Design Quarter invites all of Los Angeles, California, the United States and the world to visit La Cienega between Santa Monica and Beverly Boulevard and Melrose just east and west of La Cienega.

Presenting this year’s window designers:

Kim Alexandriuk – Downtown (north window)
Tom Allardyce – Janet Yonaty, Inc.
Jeff Andrews – Downtown (south window)
Tim Barber – Renaissance Design Studio
Brett Barrett – Gina Berschneider, Inc. (north window)
Chris Barrett – Ralf’s Antiques, Inc. (north window)
Bonesteel Trout Hall – Reborn Antiques
Robert Brown – Baker Furniture (south window)
Carter Truesdale – Gina Berschneider, Inc. (south window)
Chuck Chewning/Donghia – Outside Downtown
Timothy Corrigan – Studio Workshops
Florence de Dampierre – Hollyhock (north window)
Lori Dennis, Inc. – Stark Home
Steven Ehrlich – Soli Architectural Surfaces
Sandra Espinet – Mehraban Oriental Rugs
Thom Filicia – Harbinger (south window)
Brian Patrick Flynn – Jamal’s Rug Collections
Cliff Fong – Dragonette Ltd (north window)
FORM – Antonio’s Bella Casa
Jane Hallworth – Fuller & Roberts Co.
Sheldon Harte – Lee Stanton Antiques (south window)
Wendy Haworth – Ralf’s Antiques, Inc. (south window)
House of Honey – Waterworks
Christopher Howe – Woven Accents
Eric Hughes – Nathan Turner
Kathryn M. Ireland – Scalamandre
Annie Kelly – Antique Rug Company & The Rug Affair and Hollywood Sierra Kitchens
Molly Luetkemeyer – George Smith (south window)
Maine Design – Jasper
Susan Manrao – Baker Furniture (north window)
Mary McDonald – Dragonette Ltd (south window)
Andrea Michaelson – Marge Carson
David Michael Miller – Lee Stanton Antiques (north window)
Matthew O’Dorisio – George Smith (north window)
Karina Oldemans – Tufenkian Artisan Carpets
Alex Papachristidis – Claremont Furnishing Fabrics Co.
Lawrence J. Rizkowsky– Compas
Wendy Schwartz/CuffHome – Harbinger (north window)
David Scott – Hollyhock (south window)
June Scott/DWG Design Studio – Off The Wall Antiques
Frank Pennino & Scott Shelley – Szalon (north window)
Mark D. Sikes – Mecox
Hillary Thomas – MK Collection
Kelly Wearstler – The Rug Company
Woodson & Rummerfield – Szalon (south window)

The windows are up May 6 to 20.


For a map of the La Cienega Design Quarter, visit

For a schedule of events for #Legends2013, click here.

See you at LEGENDS, May 9 and 10.