Tuesday, September 01, 2015 6:09 PM
L.A. TIMES’ THE TASTE FESTIVAL
Calling all epicurean experts, foodie fans and cocktail craftsmen! Visit a Southern California culinary extravaganza at the L.A. TIMES’ THE TASTE FESTIVAL from September 4-6, where Paramount Pictures will host the Labor Day Weekend event. The annual affair will feature five showcases, which will include unlimited tastings, specialty drinks, wine seminars and live demonstrations.
L.A. COUNTY FAIR
Experience a fun-filled family adventure at the L.A. Country Fair from September 4-27, with rides, art, music, food and more! Now in its 93rd year, the attractions include four-legged farm friends, a cool summer concert series and the iconic Ferris wheel. This year’s event will also include a special appearance of the Batmobile and a massive walk-through lantern experience.
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION
Savor your last days of summer with a poolside soirée, a seaside stroll or a relaxing Labor Day weekend getaway with a group of friends. On September 7, Angelinos enjoying a staycation-style holiday can visit one of many family-friendly events, including the Fiesta Hermosa, the Laguna Beach Art Festival, the Los Angeles County Fair or the Orange International Street Fair.
Fashion’s most celebrated shows return, as the industry’s most talked-about designers debut their new collections at New York Fashion Week from September 10- 17. Take a front-row seat to the Runway show in the comfort of your own home, as BCBGMAXAZRIA and Hervé Léger live-stream the show on September 10 at 10 A.M. and September 12 at 1 P.M., respectively. Watch the live show on the bonchicblog.com and experience.herveleger.com. And if you’re headed to the Big Apple for an in-person experience, don’t forget your party-perfect looks for unforgettable night-out style.
ROSH HASHANAH & YOM KIPPUR
Autumn is for feasts, fetes and some old-fashioned entertaining amongst family and friends. Signify the joy of the season during the Jewish New Year, as we sound our shofars, broil our briskets and enjoy some delicious matzo ball soup. The holiday starts with Rosh Hashanah, September 13-15, and ends with Yom Kippur, September 22, where a day of fasting ends with a bagel-filled bonanza. Don’t forget to make it a sweet New Year by adding apples and honey!
FIRST DAY OF AUTUMN
Yearning for the fall forecast with cooler weather, comfy knits and memorable fireside chats? Well, on September 23, autumn is officially upon us, which means leaves, lattes and some fabulous fêtes with a collection of your closest friends. Use the new season as an opportunity to refresh your focus, breaking bad habits in favor of an effortless approach to the season ahead.