By Laura Medina
Cameron Silver waves "Hi!" from Brentwood's Scoop NYC. Britweek honors fascinating milliner, Philip Treacy. Nikki Reed decorates her own tote bag to "Heal the Bay."
For the "Slow Season," it sure doesn't feel like it.
Three big, exclusive events happened one after another. Let's start with the first.
Left, Cameron Silver. Middle, E!'s Marc Malkin. Right, screenwriter, Stephen Gaghan.
Wednesday, a bang went off in Brentwood. Los Angeles' first outpost of Scoop NYC has launched, attracting Los Angeles socialites-cum-designers, high society, fashionistas, intelligentsia, and expatriate New Yorkers nesting in Brentwood welcomed Scoop NYC with an open-heart.
Screenwriter of "Traffic" and "Syriana," Stephen Gaghan was a Brentwood poster boy. He is the epitome of Brentwood Man style...stylish not staid. Dashing pieces in classic navy blue and white that are both classic and functional. He was really honored that he was noted for his Brentwood style, commenting his wife just woke him up from his nap. His navy cardigan is really comfy as it is fashionable.
During the launch party, Mr. Gaghan was seriously in the market, shopping for more navy and white parkas and shirts.