There’s a new shopping-dining complex hear our temporary HQ in the Daikanyama neighborhood of Tokyo. It’s called Log Road. The complex is beautifully designed and landscaped. Its wood exterior exudes an organic warmth. The buildings occupy a narrow, architecturally challenged space adjacent and parallel to a key city railroad line.
The entrance to the sprawling, edgy-hip fashionista mecca that is the Fred Segal store complex in Santa Monica, in Los Angeles, has a artsy set of stones embedded in the pavement leading to the front doors from the parking lot. Each of the stones has a word carved into it
Cool collection of (fake-distressed?) vintage-classic Converse sneakers at the Fred Segal shop in Santa Monica, in Los Angeles.