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not-so-secret SPACES | BIG SUR, CA

California is home to Big Sur, one of the most beautiful places on earth. This little slice of heaven is about 245 miles northwest of Los Angeles. Its stretch of lush forest roads, and coastline views on the pch, makes for an excellent excuse for a road-trip. Our favorite Big Sur spots are, McWay falls, Bixby Creek Bridge and the beautiful, purple sands of Pfeiffer Beach. Below is a collection of some of our favorite Big Sur shot’s on Instagram. Follow us! @space15twenty



Krystabell - 08.13.2015 File under - Travel


Near Palisades Park in Santa Monica there is a new installation by artist HOT TEA. Migration, is a beautiful rainbow of yarn. Strands connected to chain-link fences, that take you through the gradient fade of a rainbow. 1,800 strands of different colors, on top of the pedestrian bridge that takes you to the beach. We hope this unauthorized installation isn’t taken down any time soon, as it makes the way to the beach, an even more beautiful sight. We suggest you catch the rainbow while you can!


Krystabell - 07.31.2015 File under - Art, Travel


In the heart of Koreatown in Los Angeles, there is a little spot known as Han Bat Sul Lan Tang. Located next to a dog grooming salon on fifth and Western, this easy to miss hole-in-the wall serves the best bone broth in the city. At this spot the menu is simple. You can choose from five choices of meat, and if you are feeling adventurous, you can get all of them in one bowl. When we sat down we were greeted with a bowl of homemade kimchi, which was wildly cut with kitchen scissors at our table. A side of radish kimchi known as “ggakddugi”, chopped green onions, and steamed rice were served to accompany the broth as well. A touch of coarse table salt and heaps of green onions later and we transcended into heaven. If you have been exhausted or feeling the chills, this spot is specially for you. Bone broth has been credited by foodies as a miracle broth. Next time you are feeling for an authentic taste of bone-broth, stop by an ATM and then head down to Han Bat Sul Lan Tang in Koreatown.  


Krystabell - 07.10.2015 File under - Food, Travel



ust a few steps from The Ace Hotel in DTLA, is So-Cal's Verve Coffee Roasters. Exposed concrete, myrtle-wood, and midcentury lamps adorn this coffee haven. Potted plants, succulents, and South American wood, cover it’s outside patio. Pressed juice, smoothies, fermented drinks and goodies from Cafe Gratitude are served here as well; it’s a collaborative space. Along with coffee, Verve curated products and magazines are also sold here. A coffee experience (and photo op) to be had in Downtown, Los Angeles.


Krystabell - 06.26.2015 File under - Food, Travel

not-so-secret SPACE | ABBOT KINNEY


Abbot Kinney in Venice is a great place to go get lost. It is block after block of street art, eclectic shopping, and good ole' California vibes. You can find a good pair of cut-off shorts on a front yard, air plants sold from a renovated shipping container, and a psychic eager to tell you about the future. When the temperature rises you can cool off with a watermelon-raspberry lemonade, and hide inside a tiny house filled with Vinyl records. On Abbot Kinney, California is truly alive.



Krystabell - 06.19.2015 File under - Art, Food, Travel

not-so-secret SPACE | RUNYON CANYON


One of the best things to do in Los Angeles is visit Runyon Canyon. It is a little get away from the city. This 130-acre dog park is located in Hollywood on the east end of the Santa Monica Mountains. There are five ways to enter Runyon Canyon and three routes to hike. From the Fuller Gate—Runyon Canyon Road (easy), the Star Trail (medium), and the Hero Trail (difficult). Depending on your route you can you can view the Hollywood sign, the Sunset Strip and the LA Basin from the top. Bring your furry buddy on the off leash trails, plenty of water, and a camera in case you bump into a celebrity.



Krystabell - 06.05.2015 File under - Travel



A night in West Hollywood is not complete without dinner at Night + Market. Night Market is a Thai street food restaurant located on the Sunset Strip. Inside, a chill atmosphere, neon beer signs and random vinyl on the walls. A house favorite is the crispy-rice.

Before you go, cool down their ice-cream sandwich. It's grilled bread stuffed with coconut sticky rice and a scoop of ice cream. Amazing!


Krystabell - 05.29.2015 File under - Food, Travel

Journey to antelope canyon

There are so many beautiful places to explore within the US.  From Muir Woods near San Francisco to the Grand Canyon in Arizona.

Some of these places are a simple car drive away or if you are traveling far, then a plane ride away.

We recently went on a road trip to Page Arizona to explore the mini grand canyon, Antelope Canyon.

A 10 hour drive that was somewhat painful and in some places lacked any radio signal, but left us with breath taking views of nature.  We took some photos along the way and we took some notes for those who want to visit this beautiful work of nature.


EboneeShanay - 01.20.2015 File under - Travel

Victory Press Shreds America

En route to launch a Victory Press pop-up shop at Space 15 Twenty, Jess and Jonathan drove across the country, visiting American factories and getting up close and personal with the country’s great outdoors. Check out the video made with the help of Nathan Caswell of their adventure from Brooklyn, NY to Space15Twenty!

Victory Press Shreds America from Victory Press on Vimeo.

Read Victory Press's full interview on the Urban Outfitters Blog Here.


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Space15Twenty | Victory Press Pop Up
1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
LA, CA 90028

kimsworld - 07.24.2014 File under - Art, Clothes, Fashion, Pop-Up, Travel

New Reads: Frankie Magazine

Frankie magazine is a national bi-monthly based in Australia, aimed at women (and men) looking for a magazine that’s as smart, funny, sarcastic, friendly, cute, rude, arty, curious and caring as they are. Frankie magazine covers design, art, photography, fashion, travel, music, craft, interiors and real-life stories.

In Issue 54, you can indulge in meeting all sorts of creative folks from filmmaker Rhys Mitchell, to performer Vachel Spirason, and fashion designer Alexandra Kovac. They discuss what makes them tick, advice (the good and the bad), life mottos and pet peeves.

Another inspiring visionary, Trevor Hawkins brings to life his journey to Rwanda. What started as a business trip to bring money to Africa, ended up being a humbling experience for Trevor. Despite Rwanda's rep for genocide and poverty, the locals seemed happy and full of life. The entire country lives by the motto of 'Never forget'.  Check out the video below:

RWANDA from MAMMOTH on Vimeo.

Your backyard may not be as green and lush as those beautiful landscapes in Africa, but Frankie does teach you a little thing or two about eating weeds. Thats right, weeds. Weeds surprisingly have a lot of nutrients and healing properties.

On the topic of gardening, German illustrator, Angela Dalinger, paints imaginary flowers that have made their way to the cover of Issue 54. Most paintings of plants are her own creation, and some are from memory. All of her paintings can be found on her blog.

You can definitely get a sense of Australians' cheeky and witty humor through the small lighthearted articles throughout the magazine like: An Open Letter to My High School Boyfriend, How to Be 20-something, and Let's Be Friends to keep you laughing and entertained throughout the magazine.

Purchase Frankie magazine at our Hennessey + Ingalls store or online.

Frankie magazine


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1520 North Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Maria DeGuzman

westtsidestory - 09.19.2013 File under - Art, Books, Fashion, Hennessey + Ingalls, Magazines, People, Photo, Travel


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