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Al Pacino in the Shoe Workshop, Fashion Inspired by the Troubadour, Fashion Horror by the Safdies

DOWNTOWN: Racked recently trekked to footwear designer Tiffany Tuttle's DTLA workshop to chat about her LA go-to spots and her latest celebrity sightings. The massive space is often used for shooting TV shows and movies, which is why Tuttle's been lucky enough to encounter both Al Pacino and Christopher Walken.

WEST HOLLYWOOD: Juicy Couture designers Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor showcased their second Skaist-Taylor collection during NYFW last Sunday--it was apparently inspired by one of LA's prized concert venues. The designers reveal that the line offers "a certain nostalgia for the creative benders of days past, and West Hollywood's Troubadour in its most elemental state--a hotbed of musical activity, burgeoning talent and collaboration."

THE VALLEY: LA/NY fashion brand Vena Cava revealed on Instagram that they've created a horror movie called Heartland. The film was shot by indie directors Josh and Benny Safdie and includes props "purchased at gore shops in the San Fernando Valley," per a follow-up post.
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