New collection this month! Harley, Montago, Magnolia and Sycamore. All prints available in low rise thongs, regular rise thongs, bikini, boyshorts, cami, tank, babydoll, and chemise.
Featured Panties: Tokyo, Sandra, Greek Roses, Cheetah
Butterflies collection was featured in the Fall 2008 publication of Inside Weddings. Check it out in stores that carries this magazine. To purchase a collection, please visit www.herroom.com.
Exciting news! Claire Pettibone will participate in a book-signing for Otis’ new book – Otis Designs, a companion book to Otis: Nine Decades of Los Angeles Art. The new book is a compilation of alumni accomplishments through art and design. It will also include Otis’ recent graduates work as well as stills from early Disney films.
The book launches in conjunction with Otis’ 90th Anniversary celebration, Homecoming Weekend (without the Football). Come meet Claire Pettibone and the Otis community of alumni, parents, faculties, and staff on Saturday, October 11th from 12 to 2 pm.
For more schedule and other info please visit: www.otis.edu/homecoming
Pictures of the event to follow!
Butterflies are likely to appear in gardens, meadows and tropical locations. Even the hardest urban environments can be blessed with their color, whimsy and charm. They even surprised us on a recent visit to the Broad Contemporary Art Museum in Los Angeles (BCAM). Artist Damien Hirst, famous for his formaldehyde entombed animals, has used the colors and luminescence of thousands of butterflies for the two pieces on display “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” 2003 and “The Kingdom of the Father” 2007.
These works move us from the all to physical world of steel and stone, to a mystical place as you begin to realize the stain-glass windows you see from across the room are actually thousands of wings on display. They are beautiful and inspiring. Check them out online http://www.broadartfoundation.org/artist_33.html or when in LA see them in person at BCAM 5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles.
Held at a private Brentwood estate, the celebs were out in full force on Saturday night at the exclusive Butterfly Ball. Over 600 guests — including executives and artists from film, television and music came together for a spectacular night in support of Chrysalis, a Los Angeles based organization that helps homeless men and women change their lives through jobs. continue reading »