Nicolas Bijan: The Prince of Beverly Hills | Feature Interview
The Courier’s Lisa Bloch sat down with Nicolas Bijan, son of the legendary designer Bijan, to talk fatherhood, new business ventures, and what life is like as the sartorial heir
Must-Haves for Summer in Beverly Hills
Summer is a time for rebirth and renewal. Maybe you’ve been thinking of sprucing up your outdoor spaces now that you can entertain again.
Favorite Daughter Opens in Beverly Hills
Just in time for the holidays, sisters Erin and Sara Foster opened the first brick-and-mortar store for their women’s clothing brand, Favorite Daughter, in Beverly Hills.
Louis Vuitton Shows Off its Savoir Faire
Reminiscent of a Louis Vuitton workshop, one stage features a selection of the Maison’s trunks in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes, exotic leather goods, and made-to-order c
GLAUDI’s Drive-Thru Fashion Show Brightens Brighton
“I feel like fashion shows are made to see in person, because you have to look at the clothes, you have to send a message through how you present your collection,” Hernandez to
LVMH Reopens a Parisian Landmark
“No other department store has such compelling links to the two faces of Paris, one engaged with the historic economic vitality of the recently renovated Les Halles and the other
Louis Vuitton Men’s Temporary Residency Arrives in Beverly Hills
When it became clear last year that fashion weeks would not go on as usual, global brands vied to outdo each other virtually. None incorporated as imaginative a means as Louis Vuit
Courier Exclusive: Louis Vuitton Men’s Temporary Residency Heading to Beverly Hills
“This exciting pop-up will add to the visual allure of the street and draw new visitors,” said RDC President Nicola Cagliata, in a letter of support.
Diamonds and Stars
“I think online is a space where you see more of the discount jewelry. In this business, people really want that personal touch. They want to try things on,” said Moon.
Vintage Clothing in High Demand in Beverly Hills
“People don’t have anywhere to go, but it’s still an investment,” she told the Courier.