I’m baaaack! I missed you guys—and guess what? I have some cool news to report:
Heard of Levi’s? They make awesome denim and they happen to be a super artistic company. In fact, they’re so artistic that they sponsored Station to Station—a traveling, interactive public art gallery. How does that work? Well, Levi’s loaded up a train with talented artists and treasures and took it across the nation, from NYC to the Bay Area. The proceeds were donated to nine U.S. museums to support non-traditional programming.
When this kaboose stopped in L.A., I called two of my fellow fashion-board members, Vivien (left) and Caroline (right) and we all headed to Union Station, a historic landmark and functioning train station:
When we arrived, we were amazed by the beauty of Union Station:
After we took in the spectacular views, we caught a glimpse of strange tent-y things we later found out were yurts. The coolest part about them was that they are open to the sky:
And of course they were filled with unconventional art. One yurt was all white and had dry ice in it, another was completely dark, a movie was playing in one, and another was plush and squishy. One even featured artists making handmade goods.