Friday, March 4, 2016

What We're Talking About This Week

Fort Mason is hosting a slew of food-related events this weekend. Tonight marks the return of Off the Grid, one of our favorite Friday night activities when the weather is nice. Tomorrow is the tenth anniversary of the Chocolate Salon, where many varieties of chocolate will be available to sample. The salted caramels in particular look delicious.

One of our favorite blogs, DesignLoveFest, has put together an awesome list of 12 free things to do in LA. Biking the LA river sounds like an especially great idea for this weekend.

The 1975 did an amazing collaboration with photographer David Drake and art director Samuel Burgess-Johnson for their latest album, creating neon signs with each of the song titles from the record, shot in locations important to the band. While all of the images are fantastic, we want to frame "This Must Be My Dream", for obvious reasons.

The Palace of Fine Arts is hosting an exhibit featuring costumes and props from The Hunger Games. Fashion plays a huge part in the books and movies, and we can't wait to check out the over-the-top couture outfits in person, while it's in San Francisco. It runs through July.

FIDM's downtown LA campus is hosting a cinematic fashion exhibit as well, with costumes from each of the 5 best picture nominees, as well as past nominees. We've found many of the films this year very inspiring (see here and here), and we can't wait to check out the incredible details up close. It runs through April.

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