A collaboration of designers Jessica Edler and Taylor Lungren, label Chloe Oliver is driven by an appreciation for vintage, a studied understanding of the classics, and a desire to push boundaries. Chloe Oliver as a brand seeks to provide women with go-to statement pieces that are as wearable as they are irreplaceable. In the Chloe Oliver closet you will find something for the girl next door, something for the vixen, and everything for the girl with a refrigerator stocked only with champagne.


The new must haves at Chloe Oliver (The Kallie, The Arial, The Aurora, and The Iris) are $125-$245. These pieces can be dressed up for a special evening out or paired with gladiator sandals and an armful of bangles for a more casual look. Don’t miss out on these new arrivals!





Chloe Oliver sure loves her kimonos – it is the perfect “third” piece and instantly completes any outfit. Chloe Oliver’s kimonos are comfortable, sexy, and make a statement!

Check out Andrea rocking one of our favorites on Blonde Bedhead!


For more information, visit Chloe Oliver!

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Street Food Cinema is the hit outdoor entertainment event series that combines four carefully curated experiences into one amazing event with popular outdoor movies, street food, audience games, and live music!


Produced by TIL Lifestyle Marketing and Events, a creative marketing and event production company specializing in creating memorable and meaningful experiences that bring people together, Street Food Cinema continues to feature the best food trucks, bands, comedians, and more to keep you full, happy, and entertained the entire summer.


Street Food Cinema locations include Exposition Park, Glendale Central Park, Verdugo Park, Pomona, Veterans Memorial Park, Brookside Park, Northridge Little League Field, Poinsettia Recreation Center, Marriott Golf Course, and Hollywood Recreational Center. To find the schedule, visit www.streetfoodcinema.com.

Ticket fees include access to food trucks, “The Market,” entertainment, park amenities, and movie.

General Admission – $12
Reserved Seating – $17
Children 6-12 – $6
Children 5 and under are free
Group rates are available email info@tilpr.com for details.

Join the conversation and Street Food Cinema community on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @stfoodcinema for a chance to win free tickets!


Be sure not to miss this summer’s hottest outdoor event destination… bring your family, dog, a blanket and have fun!

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To support Hollygrove’s therapeutic after school program, “Endless Summer,” healthy lifestyle program consisting of exercise and nutrition, the “Giving Garden” was created this February to provide awareness and hands on learning of proper nutrition and where our food comes from.

Designed and developed by Kelly Emberg, the garden was created to raise awareness about proper nutrition, as well as where food comes from.

Photo Credit: Jody Lynn

Photo Credit: Jody Lynn 

Two world-renowned artists, Zhenya and Hieronymus, came together in a collaborative effort to support the children in crisis and their families served by Hollygrove. The artists, while extremely different in style and technique, came together to donate their time and talent to the garden. Zhenya, a classical and traditionally trained artist whom mostly works on canvas and paper, using primarily oils, is a figurative artist who frequently incorporates personal memories, as well as those of her subjects, into her work. Hieronymus, on the other hand, is an abstract mural artist and has created works, which often exude elements of graffiti, on walls across the U.S. that tell a variety of stories.

A mural by Hieronymus.

A mural by Hieronymus.

To debut the “Giving Garden” at Hollygrove, longtime supporter of Hollygrove, Diane Ladd, read Shel Silverstein’s The Giving Tree aloud to the “Endless Summer” students in the middle of the garden on the Hollygrove campus.

Diane Ladd reading "The Giving Tree" to children.

Diane Ladd reading “The Giving Tree” to children.

On March 18, 2014, the Norma Jean Gala was held at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, CA. Supporting Hollygrove’s therapeutic after school program, “Endless Summer,” which emphasizes creating and maintaining a healthy lifestyle by implementing exercise and nutritional programs into the children’s daily routines, the “Giving Garden” was featured at the event.

A picture of the "Giving Garden."

A picture of the “Giving Garden.”


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