Want to find out Architectural Digest‘s Los Angeles Design Influencers of 2019? Get ready for the list you’ve been wanting to find, to tell you all about it! As you know, the year is almost ending, so it’s natural that you look for the best selection of the year, applying to everything, from the best in fashion, design, and so on. With that in mind, Los Angeles Homes is about to unveil Architectural Digest’s Los Angeles Influencers, which have made a mark in the world of design. Scroll down to learn more about the AD 200 Influencers list:
Kelly Wearstler is an American designer that creates multi-faceted, experiential residential, hospitality, commercial and retail environments as well as expansive collections of lifestyle product designs. Her creations are the top inspirational design ideas to create a stunning contemporary interior design.
Founded by Pamela and Ramin Shamshiri in 2016, Studio Shamshiri brings the brother-sister team respective backgrounds in production, art direction, and set design to residential, commercial and hospitality projects both domestic and international. From unique home decor projects and ground-up projects, such as notable contemporaries including Marmol Radziner, this incredible design duo received the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Award for their body of work completed from 2004 to 2015.
Hanya Yanagihara is not only the current editor of the New York Times magazine but also a best-selling novelist and travel writer. Following her graduation from Smith College in 1995, Yanagihara moved to New York and worked for several years as a publicist. She is the editor-in-chief of T: The New York Times Style Magazine.
Larry Gagosian graduated from UCLA in 1969 with a degree in English literature. In 1980 he opened a gallery in Los Angeles for modern and contemporary art. In thirty years Gagosian has evolved into a global network with seventeen exhibition spaces in the United States, Europe, and Asia, designed by world-renowned architects including Caruso St John, Richard Gluckman, Richard Meier, Jean Nouvel, Selldorf Architects, and wHY Architecture.
Henry Taylor, born in 1958 in Oxnard (CA), is a contemporary African American painter whose enigmatic works include portraits of psychiatric patients, historical figures, and friends. Taylor’s colorful, expressive paintings are characterized by their emotional intimacy and gestural looseness, following in the tradition of American artists such as Alice Neel and Jacob Lawrence.
Max Hollein is an Austrian art historian who was the Director and CEO of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco since July 2016. In April 2018, the Metropolitan Museum of Art announced that Hollein would become its 10th director while reporting to Daniel H. Weiss, the president of the Met.