Pugs are just angels that fell a little too hard on their faces 👼🏼 We had the privilege of visiting @thepugqueen ’s rescue and it’s safe to say I fell in love with each and every one. Izabella is an incredible human being and has given so many pugs a second chance at having a life filled with love. She had just rescued 15 pugs from China who were set to be slaughtered and eaten. It’s incomprehensible that anyone could ever harm a creature this sweet and pure, but people like The Pug Queen give me hope. Please consider donating to her rescue at www.thepugqueen.org 🖤
Love supporting incredible people with incredible talent! @waltercollection & @ryanandwalter... Thank you for always creating such beautiful designs... For the most memorable occasions in life... (ie: Emmys & MY WEDDING! lol) Love you both! Your fashion show was STUNNING! Xx Oh & thank you @hair4kicks for capturing this moment! Lol
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When legendary architect @frankgehry set out to build a new house in Santa Monica, CA, he tapped his son, Sam, to codesign the space. Navigating between his father as design partner and his mother, Berta, as client, Sam—an architectural designer at his father’s firm—devised a scheme for a house in two distinct parts. First, facing the street and the view is a large front wing wrapped around a landscaped patio that Frank refers to as the “entertainment plaza,” which he envisioned as a place for outdoor parties that could take advantage of the ocean view; within the front wing, facing outward, are a large, high-ceilinged living room and a dining room hung with Frank’s famous fish lamps as chandeliers. A family room, a kitchen with a vibrant tile floor—a special request from Berta—and a study are tucked behind these major rooms and look toward a rear garden. The second part of the house sits at some distance behind that structure, separated by an expansive garden with a lap pool and a long pathway covered by a Gehry-esque trellis. The rear wing contains a large music room suitable for small chamber-music concerts, a gym, two guest rooms, and a suite for long-term visitors that could also be used for live-in help. See inside the home through the link in our profile. Photo by @jasonschmidtstudio; text by Paul Goldberger; styled by @michaelreynoldsnyc