Our picks of places to go + things to do to make the most out of your February.
GO HERE → The “Louis Vuitton Series 2: Past Present and Future” Exhibition being showcased in the heart of the Hollywood art and media district. To celebrate opening night, The Agency has partnered with the fashion house to treat invite-only guests to a tour of the exhibit followed by a reception of the Louis Vuitton storefront on Rodeo Drive. Enter for a chance to win tickets to The Agency’s private, tailored experience on February 6. The exhibition will run from February 6 to 22 at 1135 North Highland Avenue. OR HERE → The Wiltern to see Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett sing duets from their album, Cheek to Cheek. The tour comes to L.A. on Sunday, February 8th. Snag tickets here.
SUPPORT THIS → South Bay Bike Night at Manhattan Beach’s Shade Hotel. Hosted by the South Bay Bike Coalition, this is the only single-night fundraiser in Los Angeles for cycling. Funds raised will be used to buy bike helmets for children, fund bike education classes, and promote bike safety—just prepare to dress “beach chic”. Takes place on February 28 from 6 to 10 p.m.
HAVE A GLASS HERE → The Bel Air Wine Festival hosted at the spirited Herb Alpert’s Vibrato Jazz Club. This annual event mixes master sommeliers with charity, live music, gourmet food, and a chance to bid on auction items. Guests can choose between attending the daytime or evening gala, each of which is held on Saturday, February 28.
READ THIS → Yves Saint Laurent’s Studio: Mirror and Secrets, a fascinating, behind-the-scenes look into the late fashion designer’s studio, revealing more than 40 previously unpublished photographs of his iconic work and workspace. Published on February 2nd; pre-order your copy here.
LAY BACK AND ENJOY → Superbowl XLIX kicking off at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 2nd. If you consider yourself a 12th man on the Seahawks bench, you’ll feel welcome at Backstage Bar and Grill in Culver City. Patriot fans should head to Sonny McLeans, a New England-crazed Irish Pub in Santa Monica.
SEE THE CATWALK AT → London Fashion Week (LFW) from February 20 – 24, AND AT → Los Angeles for Tom Ford’s autumn/winter 2015 line reveal, the designer’s first runway show ever to be held in L.A. and overlapping with day one of LFW.
TUNE INTO THIS → The 87th Academy Awards hosted by Neil Patrick Harris on Sunday, February 22nd. American Sniper, The Theory Of Everything, and The Grand Budapest Hotel are just a few of the nominees for best picture.