In 2011, Brooklyn-based artist Jennifer Williams began documenting on her blog the daily outfits her daughter Clementine put together in the form of colored pencil sketches. The blog, called What My Daughter Wore, has since grown to include Clementine's friends and schoolmates, all tween-aged girls fearlessly showing off their style and personality and diligently documented by Jennifer. What My Daughter Wore
is now available as a book, and the original blog is still updated frequently.
Here are some of our favorite looks from the future of fashion:
Today is March 17th, 2015, which means one thing….. It's St. Patricks Day.
Here at COREY we love any excuse to celebrate, so we have compiled a list of a few things to do in LA that celebrate this fun holiday!
1. Salt & Straw Ice cream: Pots of Gold & Rainbows Ice Cream!
This is a ice cream flavor that is a childhood dream come true, lucky charms ice cream!! Salt & Straw describes it as: “we steep the cereal in cream overnight to get that yummy cereal base. Then we stir the mallows back in so they can bask in the greatness that is this ice cream!”
It is only available for a limited time and believe me when i say you MUST try it!
Go to the Ace Hotel & catch a cult classic, cheesy horror movie (starring a young Jennifer Aniston) today! It is a chance to see this hilarious flick on a movie theater screen on the day of leprachauns!
Along with the screening they promise this event will have DJs, dancing and Irish drinks.
Tam's is actually a Scottish pub but they celebrate St. Patty's day with the best of them. Tam O'Shanter will open at 10 a.m. and has a party tent in the parking lot which will open at noon. Music starts at 2 p.m and food includes Bailey's cupcakes and corned beef and cabbage, green beer and more.
This is a great excuse to start the day off with a cocktail: If you’re in downtown, stop by the Hotel Figueroa, where they’ll be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with an all-day happy hourthat includes $3 Green Beer, $4 Guinness , and $5 Jameson.
939 S Figueroa St #930, Los Angeles, CA 90015
5. California Donuts Green Lucky Charms Donut
Head down to California Donuts on 3rd street, Open 24 hours x 365 days a year, this place is a delight. Only available today is their St. Patricks day special Green Lucky Charms Donut, Served all day, with hot fresh donuts at 2pm!
LA's resident Irish Pub is going all out for the holiday! The Irish pub is throwing an indoor and outdoor bash from 6 a.m. to 2 a.m., with no cover charge. Get tons of Irish drinks till 2 am and Traditional Irish food till 11pm.
“Beginning at 11 a.m in the parking lot, there will be a Guinness truck pouring Guinness Blonde and Harp Lager on tap; a live band and DJ and more. The pub's Bergin's Brew, which is an Irish lager made exclusively by Rogue Brewery for the restaurant; green-dyed Miller Lite, and Guinness, all priced at $8 a pint. Irish Coffee, Old Fashioneds, Irish Car Bombs and more will be available for $10. From 6 to 10:30 a.m., there will be traditional Irish breakfast with eggs, bacon or bangers, Irish beans, grilled tomato and toasted sourdough. From 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., expect corned beef sandwiches, grilled chicken sandwiches, Irish grilled cheese and more while supplies last.”
Mark Mahoney's Shamrock Social Club tattoo studio has been offering the shamrock flash special for more then a decade. Offering tattoos for $25 (for a small black-and-white piece) and $40 (for color). It is a unique place to celebrate this Irish holiday,
Shamrock Social Club, flash special begins 1 p.m. March 17 and ends at midnight that evening.
8. St. Patrick’s Day at the Original Farmers Market
Live music including a bagpiper and traditional Irish folk songs, plus food, and green beer all at the Original Farmers Market starting at 12:30pm. A free event for all-ages that ends at 9pm. Check it out!
6333 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90036 attached to the grove on 3rd & Fairfax
9. Casey's Irish Pub:
Corned Beef Sandwiches. The classic Irish dish that is a must have today!!
This downtown L.A. pub is hosting its 42nd annual St. Patrick's Day street festival. Open at 6 a.m. they are serving green beers, Guinness and Jameson, including music from local DJs and a photo booth. Corned beef sandwiches from Casey's are a must and they will also be serving pizza from Pellicola Pizza and reuben. Admission is free before 11 a.m. and $10 after.
A bit outside of Los Angeles the famed big boat, The Queen Mary, celebrates it's annual Shamrock 'n' Roll event. This event takes place with Live Irish, Celtic, fiddle and drinking music. The venue Features two stages, a trivia competitions, and of course cold pints and pub grub anchor the fun in Long Beach.
1126 Queens Highway, Long Beach;5-11 p.m.; $15 online/$20 at the door, plus $5 parking; over 21.