New This Month: Spring Must-Haves

Style Editor Linda Immediato’s picks
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Nothing screams “I’ve been golfing” like a pair of argyle pants. Which is why avid golfer and AG creative director Sam Ku launched AG GREEN LABEL, a links-ready line that one-ups the Caddyshack look. The collection of classic polos and slim trousers is meant to be worn right up to the 18th hole and beyond.> Available at AG, Beverly Hills, 310-275-2621. 

 

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Accessories designer CALLEEN CORDERO debuts her spin on the “mandal” this month in her first men’s collection. Along with sandals, her leather-and-studs style has been translated to bags, belts, and wallets for gents.> $490 at Calleen Cordero, West Hollywood, 310-360-0527. 

 

 

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Models teetered in platforms down many a spring runway. To honor the shoe’s pioneering designer, SALVATORE FERRAGAMO, the Italian brand reimagined his “Rainbow” wedge, worn by Judy Garland. We’d click our heels in this metallic version.> $4,600 at Salvatore Ferragamo, Beverly Hills, 310-273-9990. 

 

 

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We were thrilled to learn that our magazine has influenced a postcard series, “Greetings from Los Angeles,” by U.K.-based illustrator THOMAS DANTHONY. The Patrick Nagel image on our July 2014 cover caught his eye while he was in town.> $14 (pack of 5) at LACMA, Mid Wilshire, 323-857-6000. 

 

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Last month BURBERRY expanded its flagship on Rodeo Drive. This month the company partners with the Hammer for an exhibition showcasing British architect Thomas Heatherwick. The installation features models, photos, and large-scale videos.> Hammer Museum, Westwood, hammer.ucla.edu. 

 

 

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He’s the go-to guy for sultry stage clothes (J.Lo, Fergie, and Shakira are fans). Now Lebanese designer CHARBEL ZOE is opening his first stateside boutique and showroom in Los Angeles, on Melrose Avenue. Perhaps we’ll see a lot more skin on the red carpet.> 310-975-5117 (by appointment only) 

Building: Zeitz Mocaa building in Cape Town, South Africa/Courtesy Heatherwick studio

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