By LA Weekly
By Henry Rollins
By Weekly Photographers
By Shea Serrano
By Nate "Igor" Smith
By Dan Weiss
By Erica E. Phillips
By Kai Flanders
The crowd was much more thoughtfully put together, though. Visionaire’s Cecilia Dean and OC’s Carol Lim were très chic in black, while wearable wunderkinds Jeremy Scott, Wren’s Melissa Coker and Endovanera’s David Hershberger rocked their own dynamic designs. Hershberger just opened his own shop, Front St., right around the corner on Glendale Boulevard, and it was as much of a fash-flurry as the ’Plex party itself, teeming with emaciated 20-somethings and smoky-eyed waifs in stripes and feathers. We hear the store will be keeping the same hours as the club, so expect a (t)arty scene under the Sunset bridge from now on.
PERK YOUR EARS
Ever wonder how Nightranger is able to groove about the city with tireless gusto? One word: caffeine! But Starbucks is weak. Our secret is the really strong, organic, free-trade stuff from The Coffee Cellar, which sells in the streets at the Silver Lake and Hollywood farmers markets every weekend. Well, the guys had some bad luck recently when the shiny new coffee truck they just bought got stolen! They’re having a fund-raiser this Friday, April 18, at the cool community dwelling called the L.A. Eco Village (117 Bimini Place, in Koreatown), with musical entertainment from Telematique, Jumbo Rockers, Solar 13 and Thiago Winterstein, plus art, poetry, a silent auction and more, and we encourage y’all to attend. Definitely a (buzz) worthy benefit.
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