Corinn Jackson is Fashionista's Los Angeles contributor. She attended Harvard Law School and works as an attorney at a global employment and labor law firm. For mental acuity, she reads "Valley of the Dolls" once a year and watches "Heathers" once a month. She has also written for Elle.com.
"I think the greatest color of all time is culture."
Here's what we saw at Complex's very complex weekend event.
"Fashion labels don't always make dressing me easy, but I still think I'm the best dressed character on TV."
After ogling Anwar Hadid, Cindy Crawford and Caitlyn Jenner, we spoke with Scott about the inspiration for his latest, trippy Moschino offering.
Or a Sia music video.
Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Courtney Love and the entire Kravitz family showed up to take in Slimane's fall 2016 collection and an after-party featuring 11 musical acts.
At the Beverly Hills store opening for her new brand Kimora Lee Simmons, the designer reflects on Baby Phat and what 'urban' actually means.
The event showcased the young designer's spring 2016 collection, and depicted women in a way that had us conflicted.
"Before even celebrities, every 'It' girl, every magazine editor, every buyer at Fashion Week in Paris, or Milan, or London or New York, half of the front row was wearing us."
Your always perfectly styled, aspirational friend with the enviable apartment in SoHo just became bicoastal.
The hilarious actress came out to fête designer Jordana Warmflash of Novis in Los Angeles.
The actress and Bulgari ambassador kicked off Oscars week at a celebration for the jewelry brand's new charitable photography book.
The e-tailer expands offline and onto Melrose in L.A.
We caught up with the designers behind TV's best-costumed shows at this weekend's 16th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards.
He has a "thing" for the color.
Next to surfers, there may be no group more synonymous with rebellious Los Angeles cool than skateboarders. So it made perfect sense that Wednesday, French brand Kenzo, which is helmed by Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, launched its new Kalifornia handbag at a skatepark in downtown Los Angeles.
When we think of Kate Hudson, running shorts and no-seam sports bras aren't exactly the first things that come to mind. And yet, the bohemian actress has partnered with subscription e-commerce site JustFab, Inc. to design the activewear line Fabletics, which launched this month.