Fashion designer Sue Wong lists restoration in Los Feliz

Fashion designer Sue Wong crafts dresses that recall the glitz and glamour of Old Hollywood, and her latest creation in Los Feliz matches the same romantic style. The 1920s villa, which she restored and transformed over the past year, just listed for $6.2 million.

Found near the entrance to Griffith Park, the Spanish-style hacienda isn’t the first Los Feliz home Wong has given a makeover. In 2004, she bought a 10,000-square-foot mansion known as the Cedars, and during a three-year-restoration, brought the estate back to its Golden Age of Hollywood glory.

Wong said she wants her homes to be “temples of healing and renewal, in which the inhabitants can restore themselves in a beautiful environment for the healing of body, mind and spirit.” She designed the Los Feliz listing as a turnkey property, and it boasts custom Andalusian furniture from the kitchenware to the bedding.

Heaps of colorful tile

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This Not That: 7 Vogue Editors On their Shopping Fashion Rules

We all have fashion purchases we regret making. There’s likely an ill-fitting pair of jeans or an outdated blouse currently hanging in all of our closets, untouched from the day they left the store. It’s OK—we all fall victim to overzealous shopping sprees we like to call retail therapy.

Despite the obvious disadvantages of buying items we don’t love, lessons are to be learned from these purchases, which in turn establish the very foundation for the shopping habits we live by. For one Vogue editor, investing in staple pieces like Roger Vivier’s timeless satin mules proves worthy of creating a wardrobe with longevity, while another embraces mindful methods of shopping by focusing on the quality of the products filling her closet. Vogue Features and Commerce Editor Lilah Ramzi’s love for mid-century fashion lends to two personal rules to avoid second thought purchases—shopping vintage and waist-accentuating pieces.

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Historic Oil Glut Amassed in the Pandemic Almost Gone

(Bloomberg) — The unprecedented oil inventory glut that amassed during the coronavirus pandemic is almost gone, underpinning a price recovery that’s rescuing producers but vexing consumers.Barely a fifth of the surplus that flooded into the storage tanks of developed economies when oil demand crashed last year remained as of February, according to the International Energy Agency. Since then, the lingering remnants have been whittled away as supplies hoarded at sea plunge and a key depot in South Africa is depleted.The re-balancing comes as OPEC and its allies keep vast swathes of production off-line and a tentative economic recovery rekindles global fuel demand. It’s propping international crude prices near $67 a barrel, a boon for producers yet an increasing concern for motorists and governments wary of inflation.“Commercial oil inventories across the OECD are already back down to their five-year average,” said

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16 top-rated bath time items to transform your soak

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Whenever life gets a little hectic, the best thing you can do for yourself is practice a little self-care. Although it can come in all forms, when you’re stuck at home, you have to work with what you got. One of the best ways to unwind and reset your day is to draw yourself a hot bath. But not just any hot bath—you need something that will transform your regular bathroom into an ultimate destination for peace and relaxation.

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Luckily, you can have a luxurious soak anytime your body calls for it by adding a few extra items to your bathroom. Upgrade your house slippers to something cozier or

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