Lara Einzig is the gorgeous Aussie-raised, LA-based mother of three boys (including twins!) with an incredible fashion industry background (Topshop UK and Goop fashion director no less) and a styling business Aquadorium that celebrates summer and beach lifestyle through personal styling, creative direction, content curation and brand collaborations...
She also our LA style contributor and each month, she shares with us what she’s been up to, brands she’s loving, places she’s visiting and lots more. Welcome to your next instalment of ‘Lara’s List’ – your new must-read monthly feature. Go to www.aquadorium.com
In a perfect world, I’d surf every day, although I’m lucky to squeeze in two to three perfectly timed sessions a week – one-hour minimum, 1.5 hours if there’s a fortuitous swell. To facilitate said time-crunch, my new Vertex M100B watch. I love the story behind Vertex – during the second world war, it was one of 12 watchmakers (Omega and Jaeger-LeCoultre included) commissioned by the British Military for its soldiers, known as ‘the dirty dozen’. Built for battle with mother nature and three little overactive boys, the minimal, utilitarian design also fits seamlessly under my wetsuit.
The renaissance of DTLA and its burgeoning cultural movement is continually revealing some impressive new diamonds in the rough.
A speakeasy/cocktail lounge based out of NYC serving craft cocktails from a ‘prescription list’ to heal all woes (stimulants, stress relievers, euphoric enhancers, pain killers and so on). The secret garden with pink marble outdoor bar is set against a mash-up of graffiti wall art and a virtual wasteland but makes for a cool spot for people watching. Not easy to find but worth the extra effort (best to enter via Naud street).