2014 Fashion Archive Stories

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  • August 2014
    Fri Sep 12, 2014
  • July 2014
    Fri Sep 12, 2014
  • Pacific Festival Comes Back to OC By: Anna Albaryan and Bret Weinberger
    Orange County’s Pacific Festival was a big success this summer. A nearly sold out crowd ventured to the Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort on Aug. 16 to enjoy live indie dance music while swimming in the ocean, dancing in the sand and soaking up the beach city’s almost-t
    Fri Sep 12, 2014
  • Not your Grandpa’s Beer By: Anna Albaryan
    Their mascot, Eve, is wearing an orange bandana in her hair and standing against a backdrop of the same bright orange that brands the Bottle Logic brewery. She is bold, adventurous, and has great taste in beer. Her dark green cargo pants paired with a laser gun in her hand and goggles on her head dub her as the perfect blend between an Indiana J
    Fri Sep 12, 2014
  • Coastline Classic By: Lawrence Sherwin
    Pictures from this year's Coastline Classic in Corona del Mar.
    Fri Sep 12, 2014
  • Harlow's By: Jenn Tanaka
    Unexpected delights. That is the first thing that comes to mind when dining at Harlow’s in San Juan Capistrano. The drive to the restaurant down the grass-lined Rancho Viejo Road that winds parallel to the 5 freeway brings you to a small shopping plaza. While the exterior is unassuming, the interior décor evokes a speakeasy fused wi
    Mon Sep 08, 2014
  • Farm to Table: Rise and Shine By: Jenn Tanaka
    Driving down Jeffrey Road in Irvine, you notice a small patch of farmland. Standing tall amid the crops is a bright red barn that seems out of place amongst the nearby strip malls and housing developments. Upon closer glance, you see that the barn doubles as a farm stand. Colorful signs advertising the wares of the season, from fresh strawberrie
    Mon Sep 08, 2014
  • Harlow's By: Jenn Tanaka
    Mon Sep 08, 2014
  • Mojdeh Eskandari :: Co-founder of TEDxOrangeCoast By: Terence Loose
    It’s perhaps ironic that if it weren’t for the suppression of ideas, TEDxOrangeCoast, an event that is all about showcasing “Ideas worth spreading,” may never have happened. At least not here.TEDxOrangeCoast’s co-founder, Mojdeh Eskandari, was at college in Iran when the Iranian revolution began and the univer
    Mon Sep 08, 2014
  • Bag Man By: Kedric Francis
    George Esquivel was 19 when he kicked his father out and became head of a household that included his mother and four younger siblings. “I was sick of my life,” Esquivel says, some 25 years later, and a world away from his childhood living motel to motel in seedy sections of Orange County. “I was working, saving up my money and
    Mon Sep 08, 2014
  • Bag Man By: Kedric Francis
    Mon Sep 08, 2014
  • Trekking through Thailand By: Justine Amodeo
    Bankok's Jewels The elephant dreams started two weeks before I departed for Thailand; trumpeting jungle stampedes, fanciful river crossings and elephant-headed men. So when I arrived in the frenetic metropolis of Bangkok, pink taxis and tuk-tuks making their way past designer malls
    Mon Sep 08, 2014
  • A Risque Fall
    Photographer: James Cant Stylist: Rafael Linares/One Represents Hair: Christian Marc/The Magnet Agency Makeup: Bethany McCarty/The Magnet Agency Model: Kim Daunais/Photogenics Digital Operator: Joanna Miriam Photographer Assistant: Lily Cote Stylist Assistant:
    Mon Sep 08, 2014
  • A Risque Fall
    Tue Sep 02, 2014
  • Trekking Through Thailand By: Justine Amodeo
    Tue Sep 02, 2014
  • The Wedge Part II By: Lawrence Sherwin
    The Wedge Part II Fun and Frolic continued at the Wedge on Thursday: Day two of the after effects of Hurricane Marie off of Cabo. Smaller waves but many more rides...or attempts.
    Fri Aug 29, 2014
  • Waves at the Wedge By: Lawrence Sherwin
    Waves at the Wedge   Hurricane Marie off the Cabo coast brought record waves to Southern California surfers on Wednesday, Sept. 27. Crowds gathered at the Wedge in Newport Beach before sunrise to catch the storm and the audacious wave riders. They were treated to quite a show all day. Surfers rode waves in the Newport Chan
    Thu Aug 28, 2014
  • Cover, September
    Thu Aug 28, 2014
  • September's Real Estate Update By: Martin A. Brower
    Stacked for Change Anyone who has ever driven along Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach over the past 50-plus years – and that would be just about everyone in Orange County – has seen the electricity generating power plant with its two 210-foot high smoke stacks piercing the skyline. Erected between 1958 and 1967
    Thu Aug 21, 2014
  • Paddleboarding for cancer awareness By: Lawrence Sherwin
    The John Wayne Cancer Center organized a lifeguard paddle down from Gaviota State Beach in Santa Barbara County to Imperial Beach in San Diego County.Newport Beach Lifeguards led by Skeeter Leeper carried a commerative buoy from River Jetty in Huntington Beach to Big Corona State Beach in Corona del Mar on Friday. Seven lifeguards and friends co
    Wed Aug 20, 2014
  • Pirozzi
    Mon Aug 18, 2014