LA Canvas Magazine - 'The Experience: Q+A with Magdalena Wosinska'

Magdalena Wosinska escaped from Poland and was listed as a “trader” by the age of nine. She received paid trips to Paris and Spain to shoot magazine covers at 17. She bought her own house in Los Angeles at 24. She played bass in a metal band and toured the world for eight years. She possesses a highly covetable resume of work, from shooting campaigns for companies like Urban Outfitters and Converse, editorials for Vogue, Spin and of course, LA CANVAS. For most individuals, this would take a lifetime to accomplish. For lifestyle photographer Wosinska, this was her reality all by the age of 32.

LA Canvas Magazine - 'Clifton’s Cafeteria is Back to Blow Your Mind'

Historic gem, Clifton’s Cafeteria is located on Broadway between 7th and 8th streets in the Historic Core of Downtown LA since the 1930s. Dormant for years, the iconic establishment  is about to crack open its re-furbished doors after years of construction and palpable anticipation.

Following four years of detailed remodeling and months of intricate interior and exterior design by acclaimed Londubh Studio, the cafeteria-style eatery has reached completion. Clifton’s invites Angelenos to take a trip back in time and dine on savory dishes while relishing in the surrounding iconic decor, antique photographs, and decades worth of memories.

LA Canvas Magazine - 'FIRST LOOK: Free People’s November Magalog'

Beauty meets unrelenting style with Polish babe Magdalena Frackowiak, who stars as part of Free People’s November Magalog in the California style inspired editorial titled Cali Christmas. Hot weather resort fashions take center stage, highlighting the perfect warm weather styles for an overall beachy and casual holiday look. Head-turning hues in company with playful prints make for poolside perfection and a cutting-edge, new take on Holiday cheer.

LA Canvas Magazine - 'Swoon: Stillness, Drama + Functionality In COS’ A/W’15 Campaign'

A unique balance between calm and drama meet bold contrast and stellar functionality in the COS Autumn / Winter 2015 collection. Prominent influences of Japan permeate throughout the new collection,  from the draped layering of the kimono to the dramatic minimalism of the natural, industrial Mono-ha art movement.  Even Japanese-inspired cloths are used for single-breasted blazers, worn with kimono V-neck jumpers and T-shirts.

LA Canvas - 'Melrose Place: Zimmerman Opens New Flagship Store'

Founded by sisters Nicky and Simone Zimmermann in Sydney in 1991,  Zimmermann prides itself on its “sophisticated femininity, clever color combinations and delicate, original prints.”

The new 3,000 square-foot Zimmermann location will house a large selection of the brand’s “ready-to-wear” offerings as well as key pieces from the swim collection. Designed by Meacham Nockles Macqualter, the new flagship store’s aesthetic truly parallels the clean, fresh aesthetic and seductively understated and overall casual feel of the Zimmermann brand.

Amadeus Magazine - 'Dreaming In Color: A Conversation With French Illustrator Lucas Beaufort'

Many artists tribute their years of accumulated success and talent to their early adolescent exposure to the arts, claiming to have created masterpieces from the crib and learning how to paint before learning how to walk. For French illustrator Lucas Beaufort, it wasn’t until the age of 26 when he first picked up a brush, quit his day job of eight years, and pursued his newfound yet deeply rooted passion for creating.

Live Fast Magazine - Babe Talk: Anya Violet & Ashmore Ellis of Babes Ride Out

Women who ride motorcycles, what could be more badass than that? It is hard not to insinuate some sort of feminist agenda when picturing a group of women who ride their bikes out to the desert for an all-female camp out. However, the goal for this particular group of women is not to aggressively spread overbearing womanism, but rather to encourage women to ride motorcycles safely, for the right reasons and to provide a “really fun open environment for women to be more comfortable in the motorcycle community.”