WildAid, a wildlife conservation group working to end the illegal wildlife trade and the poaching of elephant ivory, shark fins and rhino horn, has partnered with the filmmakers of Jurassic World, as well as star Bryce Dallas Howard, to produce a PSA campaign helping to save the endangered rhinoceros from extinction.
We are excited to be working with our new client, Fluent Forever, a modern guide to learning new languages quickly and efficiently. While immersion is one way to learn a language, most people cannot devote that much of their lives to learning a new language. Fluent Forever provides a practical way to learn a new language from a memory standpoint
Lee and London is very excited to announce that The People Concern hosted the Inaugural “Celebrating Change” gala! The People Concern is a nonprofit organization striving to end homelessness in Los Angeles. All money raised at the gala will go directly toward helping the homeless in Los Angeles by providing services like mental health care, housing services, domestic violence services, life skills, income assistance, medical care and outreach.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week used to be only for the eyes of the elite. Major celebrities, socialites, and magazine editors would descend on New York to get first-looks at what designers had in store for the upcoming season. The general public would have to wait six months for the looks to hit newsstands before they would even get a glimpse of the runway looks. But then the internet happened and what used to live only in the glossies, exploded online! Now with their polished fingers, the fashion elite can instantly post snapped Instragram shots of the shows as they are happening in real time for all digital eyes to see. It’s as if everybody has a front row seat! And, this year, Instagram made its biggest showing. Click the link to check out the great video posted by Racked :How Instagram Took Over Fashion Week
Congratulations to client Jackson Design and Remodeling for bringing home “Best Powder Bath” and “Best Bath” overall at the 2014 NKBA awards ceremony held this week in Las Vegas. JDR Senior Designer Sol Quintana Wagoner designed the award-winning powder bathroom that featured a stunning onyx sink with gold fixtures. At just 37 square feet, the Asian-inspired small bath beat out the best master baths and spa-like retreats from across the nation, showing that great design comes in all shapes and sizes. A highlight of the win was getting to mix and mingle with design royalty like HGTV’s David Bromstead and Bravo TV’s Martyn Lawrence Bullard.
Congrats to Sol and the entire JDR team!!