Rodarte designed the costumes for Black Swan, and they had a few of the tutus on display, in addition to other pieces from their runway collection. It's truly amazing to see them up close--you can see all the details and handwork that went into everything. If you're in the Los Angeles area and love fashion, it's a must-see! The show is free and running until June 5th, so go as soon as you can!
After the exhibit, we were starving and decided to eat at the closest restaurant within walking distance. We ended up at Le Pain Quotidien, a charming casual French restaurant. The fresh lemonade was the best I've ever had, and the tartines (Belgian open-face sandwiches) were to die for. Seriously. I can't get over how good they were. They use fresh organic ingredients, and it shows.
|My chicken pesto tartine|
|Yang's prosciutto mozzarella tartine|
|Me, showing off my tartine|
|Yang, excited to eat|
|Mint lemonade & lemonade iced tea|
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