Los Angeles Travel Magazine Unveils 2018 Spring Issue At The Remarkable Paramour Estate

By Brent Lambert (@FEELguide)

Los Angeles Travel Magazine celebrated the arrival of the 2018 Spring Issue with a special celebration in partnership with Barks of Love Animal Rescue last night at the remarkable Paramour Estate. Special guest Nicole Williams (from the hit reality TV show WAGS), who dons the cover of the special issue, was also in attendance.

Guests enjoyed internationally themed cuisine headlined by LA’s #1 sushi chef, Chalo Martinez, the creative mind behind Catch LA, Katsuya and Ocean Prime. Chef Martinez awed guests throughout the evening as he constructed Mexican-inspired sushi presentations in honor of Cinco de Mayo.

Dancers from the acclaimed group Tausala Polynesia gave everyone in attendance a series of performances to remember: from Samoan tribal slap dancers, to a Samoan princess, to Tahitian feather dancers reminiscent of tropical birds of paradise from the South Pacific. Adding to the cultural dance spectrum was an impressive tango number by two local dancers.

But the real star of the night was the mind-blowing Paramour Estate which sits atop the highest mountain in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles. Built in 1923, the 22,000 sq.ft. Mediterranean Revival mansion and its 4.5 acres of property hold so much more than one of the city’s architectural gems — the estate also has an approximately 300-degree infinite view of Los Angeles beyond. Adding to the travel theme of the evening, the Paramour’s interior just so happens to be filled with an incredible range of treasures and animals from every corner of the glove. Cinephiles might also recognize the estate best from Nicolas Winding Refn’s 2016 film The Neon Demon starring Elle Fanning.

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About The Author

Brent Lambert
IG: @FEELguide

Brent Lambert is a Los Angeles-based editor, writer, Entertainment Editor for BELLO magazine, as well as the founder and Editor-in-Chief of FEELguide.com. He also has a degree in architecture, is a Photoshop whiz, and in his spare time dabbles in set design and illustration (portfolio: unifiedFEEL.com).

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