Between them, Jenni, Saree, and Maggie Kayne have it all: beauty,
brains, and the backing of Big Daddy. Kevin West meets Los
Angeles’s coolest sister act.
For more than four decades, Jackie Collins
has riffed on the foibles
of the rich and fabulous. Kevin West gets seduced by Hollywood's most
After Oprah Winfrey lauded her as the next big thing, society's golden
girl grew her label into a global empire. but, as Kevin West reports,
Little Miss Perfect refuses to gloat.
Perusing 40 years of imagery from the W archives, Kevin West
follows the ebb and flow of society—from last century’s reclusive
“beautiful people” to the media-savvy celebutantes of today.
In the Sixties and Seventies, a vibrant community of African-American
artists and collectors thrived in Los Angeles, right under the
establishment’s nose. Kevin West surveys “Now Dig This!”—a new
exhibition that aims to give them their due.
Alice Waters celebrates the 40th-anniversary of her landmark Berkeley restaurant, Chez Panisse.
L.A.'s Silver Lake Chorus puts Glee to shame.