Peanuts is bringing tokidoki to
San Diego Comic Con
The Peanuts Pop-Up store will have limited edition prints, pins and tote bags from the artist Simone Legno of tokidoki and dozens of style visionaries featuring Snoopy & Belle. Fans of the iconic character will seem them in a whole new way.
Colleen Atwood paid homage to two of the films for which she won Oscars by transforming Snoopy into the Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland and Belle into a Geisha girl from Memoirs of a Geisha.
The San Diego Comic Con debut of the traveling exhibition “Snoopy & Belle In Fashion” at a pop-up store in the Gaslamp district will feature 26 dolls selected from collection of 65 designs. The carefully curated collection of 10′ vinyl Snoopy & Belle dolls in mini-couture fashion will appeal to Peanuts fans, cosplayers (great style ideas) and those who love high fashion! The one-of-a-kind designs will be a huge hit and is free and open to the public.
“Snoopy & Belle in Fashion” premiered to the industry at New York Fashion Week in September of 2014 and ever since has crisscrossed the world with stops in Paris, Amsterdam, Tokyo and Mexico City. The San Diego debut will be the first time the exhibit will be open to the general public and comic con attendees from around the world. It will travel to Brookfield Place in New York this September 2017.
The designers who have created custom couture for Snoopy & Belle include the leading lights in international fashion (designs included at Comic-Con are in boldface): Anna Sui, Ashley Biden x Livelihood, Barbara Tfank, Betsey Johnson, Bibhu Mohapatra, Calvin Klein Collection, Children of our Town, Christian Siriano, Colleen Atwood, Costello Tagliapietra, Cristiano Burani, DSquared2, Diane Von Furstenberg, DKNY by Donna Karan, Dries Van Noten, Emanuel Ungaro, Edwin Oudshoorn, Isaac Mizrahi, Isabel Marant, J. Mendel, Jenna Dewan Tatum x Danskin, Justin Timberlake and Trace Ayala for William Rast, Kaviar Gauche, Kenneth Cole, Le Mont St Michel, Le Snob, Levi’s, Lisa Perry, MAC Cosmetics, Macario Jimenez, Marta Larsson, Ocean Pacific, Opening Ceremony, Philip Treacy, Rachel Zoe, Rodarte, Royal Asscher x Pluma, Stetson, Swarovski, tokidoki, Tracy Reese, Trussardi, Venera Arapu, VPL by Victoria Bartlett, and Zac Posen.
Thursday, July 20 – Sunday, July 23, 2017
Regular store hours are 11:00AM – 9:00PM
Snoopy & Belle in Fashion Pop-up Store
226 Fifth Avenue
San Diego, CA
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ANNENBERG BEVERLY HILLS.
I’m excited this exhibit will be in Los Angeles for two more weeks and will be covering it with photos and a video! Can’t wait to share this beautiful exhibit with everyone!
Il Teatro alla Moda – Theater in Fashion (lovebeverlyhills.com)
OCTOBER 14 – NOVEMBER 13, 2011
Il Teatro alla Moda – Theater in Fashion, is the first exhibition to explore Italy’s famous haute couture designers and their impact on the stages of opera, dance and theater. Over 80 costumes, sketches and drawings from Giorgio Armani, Roberto Capucci, Enrico Coveri, Fendi, Alberta Ferretti, Romeo Gigli, Antonio Marras, Missoni, Emanuel Ungaro, Valentino and Gianni Versace will be on display.
While the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is under construction, the exhibit will be on display at 253 North Beverly Drive on the ground floor of the new MGM Place, which will be converted into a temporary gallery.
Hours are Wednesday – Friday Noon – 7pm and Saturday & Sunday 11am – 6pm.
Tickets, which can be purchased at the door, will be $10 per person Thursday – Sunday; children under 12 and students with valid ID are free. The admission on Wednesdays is FREE for all.
WALLIS ANNENBERG CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS BREAKS GROUND WITH A CONSTRUCTION-CHIC CELEBRATION (Press Release)
The Historic Beverly Hills Post Office to Become a Vibrant Cultural Destination
Beverly Hills – Following ten years of planning and development, the Board of Directors of the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts took a major step today towards realizing their dream with a construction-chic groundbreaking celebration at the historic Beverly Hills Post Office. Adorned with work lights and decorated with an array of construction equipment, the landmark building became the site of the festivities as almost 500 community leaders, celebrities, VIPs and politicos celebrated the start of the transition from former postal facility to vibrant performing arts venue.
With generous support from sponsors including Matt Construction, Wells Fargo, Paradigm, Platinum Equity, Mercedes Benz of Beverly Hills, Neiman Marcus, Wolfgang Puck Catering and Sterling Vinter’s Collection, the event marked the last time that the depression-era post office would be available for public viewing before it closes. The building will be restored and adapted, and the spaces that were once used for mail sorting and postage purchases will be redesigned to become a theater school, a flexible studio theater, sculpture garden, café, gift shop and more. Complimenting the historic building will be the 500-seat contemporary Goldsmith Theater.
Guests were welcomed into the elegant Grand Hall by the Beverly Hills High School
Drumline, as iconic performing arts characters posing as construction laborers added a touch of theatrical whimsy to the event. The start of the official ceremony was signaled by the Drum Corps marching through the Post Office and out to the loading dock area.
The Presidio Brass heralded the commencement of the program that featured Producer/Director Taylor Hackford and actor William H. Macy as guest Master of Ceremonies. Speakers included Philanthropist and Board of Director member Wallis Annenberg, Beverly Hills Mayor Nancy Krasne, Annenberg Board of Directors Chairman Bram Goldsmith, former Beverly Hills Mayor and Board Vice President Vicki Reynolds and Executive Director Lou Moore.
“Today is a momentous occasion for us,” said Bram Goldsmith, Chairman of the Annenberg’s Board of directors. “We’ve been extremely fortunate to have a group of true visionaries on board as well as a supportive City Council who recognize the importance that this project will bring to both Beverly Hills and Greater Los Angeles.
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts promises to be vital destination for both residents and visitors to Beverly Hills.”Guests at the groundbreaking had the opportunity to view an exhibition showcasing architect Zoltan Pali’s award-winning design for the Annenberg. Pali, principal and founder of SPF:architects, shared with guests the model of the Annenberg as well as graphic renderings depicting various views of the site and the Goldsmith Theater, the brand new stage being built adjacent to the post office.
“We have a stunning design from Zoltan Pali,” said Wallis Annenberg Center’s Executive Director Lou Moore. “Our Board of Directors has been working very closely with Pali throughout each phase. We applaud the team’s efforts and diligence in insuring that this design meets the expectations of our donors, neighbors and the entire community.”
An exhibit featuring contents from the 1933 time capsule, discovered as preparations began for groundbreaking was also on display. The small copper box contained a fascinating collection of documents, indicative of the economic, sociopolitical, and cultural climate of the nation at that time. Local historians were on hand to talk with guests about the box and its contents.
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