Finding the Right Swimsuit for Your Body

The secret to finding your best summer look is to find the bikini tops and bottoms that will fit your shape comfortably. Here are three simple steps to keep in mind while looking for your perfect swimsuit.

Exclusive Interview: Phil Varone Talks Sex Tapes, Politics and Rock n Roll

Outspoken rockstar drummer Phil Varone, who's had sex with thousands of women while playing drums for Saigon Kick and Skid Row, discusses his comedy tour, politics and immortalizing his penis with the Phildo.

Exclusive Interview with Blake Anderson of Workaholics

Blake Anderson is one of the three powerful forces in the hit Comedy Central show, “Workaholics.” If you're unfamiliar with the series, his character, Blake Henderson, works for a telemarketing company, TelAmeriCorp with fellow best friends played by Adam DeVine (Adam Demamp), and Anders Holmvik (Anders Holm).

Exclusive Interview: AFI's Davey Havok Discusses His Debut Novel 'Pop Kids'

Davey Havok, singer and frontman of rock group AFI, has just released his debut novel, Pop Kids, on April 4th, 2013. Offering an unflinching portrayal of a teenage generation obsessed with modern media and the cult of celebrity, Havok captures both the thrills and dangers of growing up in an overly connected world.

Exclusive Interview with Fatlip of The Pharcyde

We caught up with Fatlip (Derrick Stewart) of The Pharcyde to discuss the Bizarre Tour, his progression in music over the years, his thoughts on fame and success, as well as his upcoming projects.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Restaurant Spotlight: Joseph Centeno's Orsa & Winston


Intricate and inventive without being all the way molecular, Orsa & Winston is one of the friendlier prix fixe menus around. Josef Centeno's third restaurant is a departure from the previous two - not only is it not a Mexican fusion, it offers only prix fixe. The tasting menus bring flavors ranging from (the all popular) egg cooked in shell to sashimi and the portions are quite generous for a tasting menu.


The formality of food, and especially the vibe, is somewhere between Melisse and Maude. The food is still carefully constructed but instead of “granny’s dishes,” they are plated on uniform white plates. However, the waitstaff is more relaxed and the conversation less hushed than Melisse. While the price point might preclude it from a casual night out, with a 5 course prix fixe, O&W is a great deal and should not be saved for the rare “special occasion” and instead be enjoyed more regularly.

Orsa & Winston

122 West 4th Street

Los Angeles,CA 90013

213-687-0300

Tuesday to Saturday 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Photos courtesy of LAMag, Darin Dines and OrsaandWinston.com


About the Author 

Barndi loves the City of Angeles and her passion is to help others feel the same way.  Whether it's by sharing the best route from Laurel Canyon to Rustic Canyon on Friday night (Mulholland to Sunset to San Vicente) to the best yogurt parfait in the city (Bouchon Bakery), she will do what it takes to make you fall in love. You can find @barndi on most digital platforms, including here at Disarray Magazine!

Restaurant Spotlight: Church Key on the Sunset Strip


Let’s get one thing straight - Church Key is NOT an Asian Fusion restaurant, though you are not alone if you thought it was. They have a menu of “Modern American Cuisine,” which ranges from small plates of English Pea “hummus” to Oysters and larger plate of Potato Pierogies and Ribeye Steak for two. There are four “dim sum style” carts but they are laden with rolls, cocktails, and other non-Chinese foods. One is even an OG drink-cart from Pan-Am, complete w a girl dressed in the iconic blue uniform (probably from the shortlived TV show, not the actual airline). While it gets an A for execution, it was stylistically incongruous with the beautifully and tastefully neutral-toned interior.


But back to the food. The diverse menu was delicious, and i was overjoyed to spot my favorite beer, Duchesse de Bourgogne on the well-rounded beer list. While the inventive cocktail list was hit or miss,
they have a well-stocked bar and a willing bartender who will make bespoke drinks, even if your server doesn't know what that means.

Whether you want to partake in “the scene” at this well-appointed, delicious new-ish place on Sunset Strip on a Friday night or go with friends on a weeknight, it is worth the traffic.

The Church Key

8730 W. Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069

424.249.3700

Mon-Sun: 5:30 pm - 2:00 am | Sun Brunch: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Photos courtesy of http://www.thechurchkeyla.com


About the Author 

Barndi loves the City of Angeles and her passion is to help others feel the same way.  Whether it's by sharing the best route from Laurel Canyon to Rustic Canyon on Friday night (Mulholland to Sunset to San Vicente) to the best yogurt parfait in the city (Bouchon Bakery), she will do what it takes to make you fall in love. You can find @barndi on most digital platforms, including here at Disarray Magazine!

Monday, July 7, 2014

Expert Skincare Tips to Prevent Ingrown Hairs


We all get them, those pesky ingrown hairs that come along with shaving and waxing.  Stop them before they start with these tips and tricks from Kimberly Sampson, National Training Director for emerginC.

1.       Exfoliate skin 1-2 days prior to shaving or waxing. Exfoliation helps to remove dead skin cells, oil and debris that may get trapped into hair follicles.

2.       Shave in the direction of hair growth.

3.       Apply soothing aloe, botanical oils and/or tea extracts to skin after shaving, waxing to help prevent skin irritation and ingrowns.

4.       Natural and organic antiseptic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory ingredients such as tea tree help prevent ingrown hairs and razor bumps. Apply products with tea tree oil 1-3 days after shaving/waxing to prevent ingrown hairs.


Sampson also recommends the following products from the emerginC line for preventing ingrown hairs:

·         emerginC scientific organics ginger-Lime sugar scrub ($45) -Use one day prior to waxing to help exfoliate.


·         emerginC scientific organics at-home facial peel + clarifying kit ($90) - Use the clarifying pads 2-3 days prior to waxing to help prevent ingrowns. Bonus: the clarifying pad contains tea tree which is EXCELLENT post-waxing to prevent ingrown hairs and razor bumps.


·         emerginC scientific organics coconut-argan body oil ($54 )- Nourishing botanical oils help calm irritation associated with post-waxing and the botanical oils help "remove" any wax residue.


·         emerginC d-red daytime emulsion ($69.50) - Can be used to calm irritation associated with waxing.

·         emerginC aromatic cream tea cleanser ($37)- White, green and red tea extracts makes the aromatic cream tea a great "mini" mask treatment for redness and irritation associated with shaving/waxing.


For more information, visit www.skinstore.com and www.emerginc.com.




About the Editor

Formerly an editor at Demand Media, writer at Citysearch, The Examiner and proofreader at The Los Angeles Daily News, Christy Buena decided to start Disarray Magazine because she missed writing what she wanted. From hiring writers, to contacting publicists and making assignments, Christy is responsible for the editorial strategy of Disarray Magazine. Get to know the team of talented contributors.
Questions, comments or suggestions?

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

2015 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo Fan Ticket Packages Now On Sale


Fan tickets are now available for the 2015 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo (AEE). New this year, fans will have access to four full days of unbridled debauchery, boogying with smoking hot roller-girls, and coming face-to-face with their favorite pornstar at the largest adult entertainment tradeshow in the world. New ticketing options have been added, including the highly coveted Private Suite Pass, show organizers announced today. AEE will take place January 21-24, 2015 at the world famous Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, NV. To purchase fan tickets, please visit http://fan.adultentertainmentexpo.com/.

Fan registrants will have the opportunity to attend four full days of the sexiest adult expo in the industry, including extended show hours until 8 PM on Thursday and Friday. Fans are invited to attend the opening night disco party held on the AEE show floor on Wednesday, January 21, 2015. The opening night festivities will be opened until 10 p.m.

For the first time, AEE offers fans the Private Suite Pass. The new ticket package option includes access to a private suite party hosted by an adult star and special live entertainment throughout the evening. Only a limited amount of tickets will be available & can be purchased at https://www.showreg.net/WebReg/AEE1501S/AEE%20FAN%20Ticketing/Register.aspx.

Discounted hotel room rates are also available to fans, starting at $99 at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Go to https://resweb.passkey.com/go/avn2015fanblock to make room reservations.

Having previously hosted 300 adult stars, the growing fan event expands to take over the Artist Hall at Hard Rock Hotel anticipating more than 500 adult stars at the 2015 AVN Expo. There will be over 150 exhibitors from every market segment, exclusive parties, entertainment, and focused seminars designed to stimulate and inform attendees.

Some of the sexiest and most decadent parties are held during AEE. There will be more than 10 parties held throughout the week. Buy a VIP ticket today to access the hottest parties in Sin City.

Trade and press attendees may go to http://trade.adultentertainmentexpo.com/ for information on the 2015 AVN Show events. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas will become ground central for this annual gathering of industry leaders, outstanding talent and dedicated fans. The festivities open on Wednesday, January 21 and run through Saturday, January 24, 2015.              

The individual events are scheduled as follows:

Internext Expo: Jan 17-20, 2015
AVN Adult Entertainment Expo (AEE): Jan 21 - 24, 2015
AVN Novelty Expo (ANE): Jan 21 -23, 2015
AVN Awards: Jan24, 2015

Ticket packages start at $55. Please note that these are special summer rates that will be raised on Oct 15, 2015.

Ticket Package Options:

Ultimate AVN Tour (4 Day Pass)

    Daily VIP Pass
    VIP Premium Gift
    Access to Expo Floor 1 Hour Early
    Show Guide
    Separate VIP Entrance to Expo
    Entrance into Muse Hall, Joint & Artist Hall
    Night Pass for Official Parties (excluding Private Suite Parties)

Private Suite Pass  (Limited Quantity Available)

    Private Meet & Greet with Talent
    Access to Private Suite Party with Open Bar & Entertainment
    VIP Access to Expo
    Show Guide
    VIP Premium Gift
    Access to Show 1 Hour Early
    Separate VIP Entrance to Expo
    Night Pass to all Official Parties

Extreme VIP Pass

    VIP Access to Expo
    Show Guide
    VIP Premium Gift
    Access to Show 1 Hour Early
    Separate VIP Entrance to Expo
    Night Pass to all Official Parties
    Entrance into Muse Hall, Joint & Artist Hall


VIP Pass 

    Entrance into Muse Hall, Joint & Artist Hall
    Show Guide
    Separate VIP Entrance
    VIP Premium Gift

General Admission Pass   

    Entrance into Muse Hall, Joint & Artist Hall



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About the Editor

Formerly an editor at Demand Media, writer at Citysearch, The Examiner and proofreader at The Los Angeles Daily News, Christy Buena decided to start Disarray Magazine because she missed writing what she wanted. From hiring writers, to contacting publicists and making assignments, Christy is responsible for the editorial strategy of Disarray Magazine. Get to know the team of talented contributors.
Questions, comments or suggestions?

Monday, June 23, 2014

Electric Daisy Carnival, Las Vegas Comes to a Close


EDC welcomed a sold-out crowd of 400,000 smiling faces during three nights of love, music, art and community. Fans from 40 countries and all 50 states came together to witness performances from over 200 of today’s most popular and underground EDM artists.


The circuitGROUNDS stage expanded to almost twice its size in length this year, breaking the record as the largest clear-span structure in the world. Measuring 400 feet long, the stage also featured more than 750 lighting fixtures and 10,500 square feet of video panels that descended from the stage’s dome ceiling.

7UP brought the party to life with the dynamic and immersive experience at Stage 7. Fans experienced endless tracks from some of dance music’s hottest DJs, and were able to dance high above the crowds on an elevated catwalk.

Setting the scene for love and unity, approximately 70 legal weddings took place over the course of the three-day festival—more than five times the amount of weddings than last year. Couples stood beneath the specially crafted altars that featured a beautiful arrangement of vibrant daisies to share their vows.

EDC Vegas saw the return of many fan-favorite art cars, including the BoomBox, which welcomed performances from up-and-coming DJs and producers. Fans danced as they followed the mobile sound system throughout the festival grounds. The Mayan Warrior art car, making its first Las Vegas appearance after its debut at EDC Mexico, wowed fans throughout the grounds with fiery special effects and vivid LED lighting.

For the first time, Insomniac and Global Inheritance teamed up to create the TRASHed recycling store where fans could bring recyclable materials and earn points towards special merchandise. Each day, two fans that participated were randomly selected to be upgraded to VIP, and an additional two lucky attendees will receive tickets for next year’s festival. Global Inheritance is a creative, cause-based campaign that aims to educate individuals about the global issues that affect us all.

If the post-EDC blues are already setting in, be sure to relive the magic and catch a screening of the 3D documentary, Under the Electric Sky, as it hits select theaters in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Phoenix on Friday, June 27.

Photo credit: Insomniac


For more information, visit: 


About the Editor
Formerly an editor at Demand Media, writer at Citysearch, The Examiner and proofreader at The Los Angeles Daily News, Christy Buena decided to start Disarray Magazine because she missed writing what she wanted. From hiring writers, to contacting publicists and making assignments, Christy is responsible for the editorial strategy of Disarray Magazine. Get to know the team of talented contributors.
Questions, comments or suggestions?

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Finding the Right Swimsuit for Your Body


Shopping is fun all year round, and when the days get hotter you’ll need a new swimsuit that not only shows off your unique fashion style, but also flatters the best features of your summer body.

The secret to finding your best summer look is to find the bikini tops and bottoms that will fit your shape comfortably. Here are three simple steps to keep in mind while looking for your perfect swimsuit.

1. Know your body shape. There are four different body types for women: apple, pear, hour-glass, and rectangle.

Apple: This shape is described as the “inverted triangle”, top heavy with a smaller bottom. Apple shapes have broad shoulders, a large bust, and usually a waist that is significantly wider than the hips.

Pear: In contrast to the Apple shape, women that are classified as having a “pear” shape body type are characterized by having full hips and thighs compared to their smaller shoulder and bust measurements.

Hourglass: A “curvy” figure that has the same width in bust and hips, and has a significantly defined smaller waist.

Rectangle: Also known as a “straight” body shape; the shoulders, waist and hips are proportionally about the same width. Typically, a rectangle shape has a small bust, and no significantly larger features.

Whether you have broad shoulders or a large bust, a defined waist or a full belly, being aware of your angles will let you know what to look for as you shop. Swimwear comes in various shapes and sizes, cuts and styles, and knowing the silhouette of your body will help you make the right decision of which bikini tops and bottoms will best suit you.

2. Pay attention to details. Once you know what your body looks like, you can then choose pieces that will flatter your favorite parts and cover up those areas you don’t feel like showing off.

To emphasize any smaller parts of your body, try using ruffles to strategically create dimension where needed. If you’re a Pear shape that wants to highlight a smaller bust, a ruffled halter bikini top will add volume to the chest. Padded ruffled swimsuit tops will add an extra cup size to your aesthetic. If you have an Apple body shape, find ruffled bottoms to accentuate your hips. Ruffles on both the top and bottoms help define the waist on a rectangle figure. Hourglass body shapes may wear ruffles on both pieces, or on the feature you want to bring out.


Bikini Top with removable inserts and decorative ruffles. (H&M, $4.95) 

For a shape with larger hips and thighs, bikini pants in a solid color paired with an embellished halter bikini top will draw attention above the waist. Look for a 1950s style bathing suit that has a high-waisted bottom that hides the waist and elongates the legs.

Pink High Waist Bikini Pants, also in black. (Topshop, $20.)

Perhaps you don’t feel like exposing too much skin. One-piece bathing suits allow you to have fun in the sun without worrying about showing too much. The solid swimsuit comes in many styles, and there’s no need to spend time mixing and matching.

Shape Swimsuit (H&M, $34.95) 

Women with an Apple body shape can wear one-pieces with a bandeau on the bust for coverage. Pear shapes can wear a halter-top one-piece to expose the shoulders and add dimension to the bust. Hourglass and Straight figures may find it easier to shop for a one-piece sine their top and bottom measurements are around the same size.

Crochet Mix Monokini (Forever 21, $27.80) 

Sometimes less is more, and when it comes to one-piece bathing suits you have the option of showing a little less skin or flaunting more than what’s expected.

3. Choose your own style. The perfect swimsuit shows off your personality and fashion sense. This summer, the most popular trends are tropical prints, cut outs, and crop bikinis.

Tropical – As the temperature heats up this summer, cool tropical prints will make you feel like you’re in paradise! Whether you’re spending summer poolside or at the beach, tropical prints will bring out the spirit of being on vacation.

Ruched Cheeky Bikini in a black and white tropical pineapple print. (Victoria’s Secret, $24.50)



Tropical Print Bikini. (Zara, $19.90)


Cut outs – This summer, bikinis with cut outs are all the rage. With exposed skin between straps and at the waist, cut outs are a fun way to have a sexy summer look while keeping it trendy!

Geo Cutouts Bikini Bottom (Forever 21, $12.80) 


Body Wrap Swim Top in white gold bling (Victoria’s Secret, $39.50) 

Crop bikinis  - Crop tops have made their way onto red carpets, and now they’re one of the hottest summer looks. Crop bikinis are the perfect swimsuits to wear on and off the beach and at pool parties.


Apple Stripe Frill Crop Bikini (Topshop, $64) 


Knotted-Back Flounce Crop Top (Victoria’s Secret, $39.50) 

To find the right swimsuit for your body, know your body shape, know what to look for, and find something that shows off your style.  You should feel confident in your swimwear, and these three simple steps will help you in your search for the one!

Photo credit: Bellanaija 

About the Author 

Janice Gonzalez is a Los Angeles lifestyle blogger, loving fashion, music and Hollywood culture. She attends concerts, does PR for a record label in WeHo, and listens to music all day. Trendy in streetstyle, this LA girl is loving the city life and live tweeting her adventures @itgirljanice!



Thursday, April 24, 2014

RiFF RAFF to Perform in L.A. at the House of Blues May 8th


Los Angeles RiFF RAFF fans will be happy to know that the rapper will be in town on May 8th to perform a show at the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip. To top it off, there's a pizza party before his set.

Event Information

What:
Get tickets HERE

Opening:
GrandTheft

When:
Doors: 8:00pm
Show: 9:00pm

Where:
House of Blues Sunset Strip 8430
Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069

Get a taste of Riff Raff's music and see below: 





For more information, visit: 

http://riffraff-jodyhighroller.com/
https://www.facebook.com/RiffRaffMadDecent
https://twitter.com/JODYHiGHROLLER
http://www.youtube.com/user/JodyHighRoller
https://soundcloud.com/riff-raff-official 
 

About the Editor
Formerly an editor at Demand Media, writer at Citysearch, The Examiner and proofreader at The Los Angeles Daily News, Christy Buena decided to start Disarray Magazine because she missed writing what she wanted. From hiring writers, to contacting publicists and making assignments, Christy is responsible for the editorial strategy of Disarray Magazine. Get to know the team of talented contributors.
Questions, comments or suggestions?

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Q&A with EDM's DJ Flyswatter

We recently caught up with Electronic Dance Music's DJ Flyswatter to discuss his sound, inspiration and new album. Get to know DJ Flyswatter and listen to a sneak peek his latest music endeavor. 


Disarray: Tell the world who you are and the type of music you make?

I am DJ Flyswatter or simply, Fly-swatter. I am an electronic dance music (EDM) enthusiast and singer/song writer/producer.

Disarray: Give us a rundown of some of your songs. What inspires your music?

A few of my most popular songs are titled, "R U Mad?" "Tall Ship" and "Winning" The inspiration behind these songs came from the combination of watching too many funny Youtube videos and restlessness.

Listen to a sneak peek of the album below:




Disarray: Which artist (living or throughout history) would you like to work with and why? 

If I could have had one chance to write a song with Daft Punk, I could say that I have lived.
Disarray: How does fashion play a part in your image?

Fashion plays a huge part in my image mainly because I perform in costume, which is out of the ordinary for most other DJ's. I believe that it is the only way to stand out from the rest.

Disarray: How important is social media in the music business and to you?

Social Media plays a huge part in music. It always has. Today, you won't even be recognized unless you have some sort of following on Youtube, Twitter, etc. To me, it's the only way to reach out to my fans. Without it, I am completely silent.

Disarray: Are there any current events that may lead you to write a song about it?

I'd like to write a song about the Russian's military presence in the Ukraine or about flight 370. For some reason, global news like that get's me motivated to write.


Disarray: Tell us bout your latest night club performance experience? 

I recently had a chance to perform live as a guest featuring West Republic! That was perhaps one of the most fun Saturday nights I've had all year.

Disarray: Do you have a album coming out soon and if so when? What's the name of it and how will it be released?

Yes, my first album is scheduled to be finished towards the end of April and I will be dropping my new release May 2014.

Disarray: You recently did an event with the charity, Wings of Love. What was that like? What next for D J Fly Swatter?

The Wings of Love charity event was a real eye opening experience for me as an artist. I was very honored to be the man behind the music that day. What's next for me? Getting my music up on Sound cloud and Youtube!

For more information, visit: 
https://soundcloud.com/dj-flyswatter



About the Author
Parris Harris puts the meow in Catwalk. Harris is one of LA's hottest fashion event producers and creative directors. He has coordinated fashion events and runway shows from Hollywood to L.A. to San Francisco to San Diego to Bakersfield to Florida to Alaska and back to Hollywood again. 

Since 2005, Harris's list of industry professionals has grown, gathering an army of models, designers, make up artists, hair stylist teams, celebrities, media outlets, managers, agents and stylists. 

As a human fashion machine, Harris is a producer, photographer, runway coach, celebrity stylist, social media marketer, publicist, blogger, fashion brand agent and casting director. Separating himself from the rest, Harris takes the F from Fashion, adds a  P H and turns it into "P.H ashion! Parris Harris is also excited to be working with Haberdashion as the National Director of Fashion Activity, Events and Social Media Affairs.


Sunday, April 20, 2014

Goldie's Restaurant: Home of the Best Brussel Sprouts


On the ever-popular 3rd Street near the Beverly Center, Goldies is the trifecta of style, substance and service.  A low-key, small restaurant with quality food and atmosphere, the beautiful understated-industrial dining room opens to a great patio - the perfect place for happy hour and brunch as the weather starts to warm up.


The farm-fresh seasonal ingredients start with the cocktails, thru the menu to the desserts, (Harry's Berry's Strawberries with cream, when I went).  The menu changes with the season but my favorite was the brussel sprouts. Yes, they are everywhere but THIS is my favorite - a little heat, lots of charred crispy edges - delicious!  And right now, they are offering a Bucket of Mary's Fried Cornish Game Hens for $25 on Sunday nights! Staff is super but Jon stood out.



Know Before You Go

My advice is go early, hope for Jon, order the brussel sprouts, and repeat.

For more information, visit:

Goldie's Restaurant
8422, 3rd Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90048
323-677-2470

Photos courtesy of GoldiesLA.com


About the Author 

Barndi loves the City of Angeles and her passion is to help others feel the same way.  Whether it's by sharing the best route from Laurel Canyon to Rustic Canyon on Friday night (Mulholland to Sunset to San Vicente) to the best yogurt parfait in the city (Bouchon Bakery), she will do what it takes to make you fall in love. You can find @barndi on most digital platforms, including here at Disarray Magazine!

Brick and Mortar: Your Santa Monica Gastro-Sports Bar


For a sports-bar, Brick + Mortar is almost a gastro-sports-bar, if there is such a thing. With fantastic truffle fries, a variety of solid pizzas, cocktails with fresh ingredients and desserts, you couldn't do better to watch the obligatory "Big Game" with a mixed crowd of men and women, fans and non-fans alike.


The rustic-industrial decor and a fair amount of patio seating makes it the perfect post-work dinner and drinks, especially for 25-35 year-olds and I imagine it will be equally fun for brunch. If you're a group of single females, this would be the best place to "suffer" through a game since they have a range of non-gut-busting menu items and lots of wine, beer and a full bar.



Know Before You Go

In addition to the "Big Games" you can watch on the multitude of TVs, you can also count on them to have a party for all the expected events: Mardi Gras, New Years Eve, etc.  I've heard it gets sceney and the douche quotient gets pretty high Thurs-Sat nights, but it's a trendy sports bar - what do you expect?

For more information, visit: 
http://www.brickandmortar-brg.com/

Brick + Mortar
2435 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Phone. (310) 450-3434

All photos by Brick and Mortar


About the Author 

Barndi loves the City of Angeles and her passion is to help others feel the same way.  Whether it's by sharing the best route from Laurel Canyon to Rustic Canyon on Friday night (Mulholland to Sunset to San Vicente) to the best yogurt parfait in the city (Bouchon Bakery), she will do what it takes to make you fall in love. You can find @barndi on most digital platforms, including here at Disarray Magazine!

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