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Celebrate the Days & Nights of Summer with 7 For All Mankind.

12 Jun

D&N_Summer-02Summer is the season of brilliant sun, endless days and weekend getaways, which are all intrinsic aspects of 7 For All Mankind’s southern California roots. That’s why we couldn’t be more excited to kick it off with several months full of inspiring, warm weather ideas that are sure to help you experience your most memorable and fashionable summer yet.


Diving into the season, the Denim Dossier will be serving up the best in summer style suggestions, long weekend activities, drool worthy cocktail and food ideas, road trip worthy play lists and warm weather beauty ideas to work into your regular routine.


Make sure to check back here often for can’t-miss posts featuring covetable clothes, adventurous ideas and inspiring stories from your favorite taste-makers and style stars.

Plus! Our amazing SEMI-ANNUAL SALE full of must-have items is in full swing! It’s the perfect opportunity to stock up on key items up to 50% off that will take you through the next few months of work and play. PLUS, you can save up to $150 with our Summer Savings Bonus.

Cheers to a stylish summer. We can’t wait to spend it with you!


Take A Sip On The Sunset Strip

7 Jul

Summer is in full force, and nothing beats the heat like enjoying a cold one with friends.  And now thanks to ColLAboration – a series of pop-up beer gardens, they’ve brought the brewski to you!  The pop-up beer garden series kicks off its Sunset Strip tour this Saturday July 9th from 12-9pm at 8950 Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood, and continues at the same time and place on July 16th and 23rd.  Attendees will get the opportunity to taste beers from some of the biggest names in the craft beer industry including: Tony’s Darts Away, Verdugo Bar, 38 Degrees, Surly Goat, Blue Palms, and Mohawk Bend.  Beers are reasonably priced at $5-6 a glass, and membership glasses can be purchased for $10.  For more information about the event and purchasing membership glasses visit the ColLAboration website.  And please enjoy responsibly!

I Want Candy! Learn (And Taste) The History Of America’s Sweet Tooth

27 Oct

Before you pig out on all that Halloween candy, consider (and try!) the History of America’s Sweet Tooth. This seminar from food historian Francine Segan at the 92nd Street Y in Tribeca traces our candy cravings back to 1776, and hits all the high notes up until the present; think “election cakes” outside polling centers, sugar rationing in WWII, and the reason why ” as American as apple pie” is a huge mistake. Plus, get the back-story on some of the most popular desserts like Martha Washington’s Currant Cake, Boston Cream Pie, and the 1930s “Mystery Cake” and there’s lots and lots of yummy nibbles. Trust us, your post Halloween gorging will be so much more informed.

Friday, October 29, 12 p.m., 92Y Tribeca, 200 Hudson Street (at Vestry Street); 212-601-1000

Drink Like The Dickens Tomorrow Night In Tribeca

19 Oct
Get your drink on like it’s 1842 with a historic gastronomy lesson at visual arts organization apexart in New York, inspired by Charles Dickens’ trip to the U.S. At “What Dickens Drank,” you’ll sample favorite tipples of the author, including the Mint Julep, Gin-sling, Timber Doodle, Sherry Cobbler and other rare treats—plus learn how to make them at home. Perhaps you’ll even be inspired to write your own Tale of Two Cities?
Wednesday, October 20th, 6 pm. to 8 p.m., apexart 291 Church Street (between White and Warren streets); 212-431-5270
Admission: Free
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We’re Not Saying No To Free Malaysian Food!

12 Oct

If you haven’t jetted to Phmom Penh or seen the temples of Ankgor Wat, this one-of-a-kind food cart is bringing you a step closer without the steep ticket price. Actually, no money is involved at all when you’re noshing tasty bites at the Malaysian Kitchen Food Truck, which will be cruising around the city until November 19. Each day, the meal-on-wheels will be serving samples from different restaurants in NYC that serve Malaysian food (think Fatty Crab and Café Asean) at places like Union Square or Madison Square Park. And, if you haven’t tried delicacies like Kari Ayam (curried chicken in an onion, tomato, and yogurt-based sauce) or Nasi Lemak (rice cooked in rich, creamy coconut milk with egg, sambal, and spices), we suggest you follow the truck’s twitter feed—it might be around the corner from your office—no passport necessary!

Art And Food Come Together At West Hollywood’s TASTE ART

4 Oct

Museum aficionados and foodies will have more in common than LACMA’s Plaza Café, if this new series of one-of-a-kind cultural dining experiences dubbed TASTE ART has anything to say about it. Presented by The Avenues, West Hollywood’s Art, Fashion, and Design District, the “Art Tasting” events will bring together fine art and chic eats each Tuesday through October starting tomorrow. Look for collabs between celeb-chefs and renowned art curators for 3-4-course meal tastings and wine specifically paired to the artwork that inspired the menu. We think your stomach and mind will be more than satiated.

Tuesday, October 5 through Tuesday, October 26, locations vary; For more information on each dinner, click here.

Our Mini Restaurant Guide—5 Hot Eateries In Vegas

21 Sep

1. Atelier de Joël Robuchon

French cooking maestro (aka “Chef of the Century”) Robuchon has two restaurants at the MGM Grand – his eponymous upscale eatery, Joël Robuchon, and the less expensive – but equally exquisite – Atelier, which offers the same gorgeous French cuisine with a more casual atmosphere (you can peer into the open kitchen from the counter while you eat). Try the tasting menu for $155 a person or opt for à la carte selections like fresh meat and fish. C’est truly magnifique!

Atelier de Joël Robuchon

MGM Grand; 3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South, 702-891-7925

2. Burger Bar

There’s no better find than a great burger joint, and Hubert Keller’s Burger Bar offers a relaxed dining experience with custom-made gourmet burgers (with beef, buffalo, turkey, vegetarian, and vegan patty options) starting at $8.25. Go posh with the $60 Rossini burger (Kobe beef, foie gras, shaved truffles), try the Surf & Turf burger with grilled lobster and Black Angus and even indulge in a burger for dessert – choose from chocolate, peanut butter and jelly, or cream cheesecake.

Burger Bar

The Shoppes at Mandalay Place at Mandalay Bay; 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South; 702-632-9364

3. Alex

For freshly sourced seasonal and organic fare, look no further than Alex, where you can indulge in tasty dishes while enjoying an opulent culinary experience, starting with your entrance into the dining room via a sweeping downward staircase. In addition to winning accolades for French-Italian style dishes like roasted scallops with asparagus, pink grapefruit and sea urchin, and prawns with yellow squash and zucchini blossoms, don’t miss out on the spectacular wine list, which has over 950 bottles on offer. Choose from the 5-course tasting menu ($195) or 3-course prix-fixe selection ($145).


Wynn Las Vegas; 3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South; 702-248-3463

4. Koi Las Vegas

West Coast influences combined with Japanese cuisine and Asian-inspired décor are what you’ll find at this restaurant and lounge. In addition to a great sushi selection with plenty of signature rolls, highlights include Kobe Beef filet mignon toban-yaki, Yellowtail carpaccio with grapeseed oil, ponzu and wasabi tobi, and Miso-bronzed black cod with seasonal vegetables. After dinner, relax and sip cocktails in the lounge before getting ready for a night on the town.

Koi Las Vegas

Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino; 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South; 702-454-4555

5. Stripsteak

Feast on modern American fare at Michael Mina’s Mandalay Bay outpost. From shellfish and caviar to a meat lover’s paradise (an 18 oz. rib-eye, a 30 oz. Porterhouse and a 16 oz. Kansas City Strip are just a few of the options on offer), there are also great side dishes to accessorize your mains, from a potato purée trio to bacon creamed spinach and mac-and-cheese. Mains from $22.


Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino; 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South; 702-632-7414

Get Some Tail At The Original Long Beach Lobster Festival

9 Sep

We can’t think of a better way to spend the weekend than chowing down on fresh lobsters flown in from Maine while listening to live music (tribute bands, reggae, blues and more) and having a go at the arts and crafts booths. If you’re as into the idea as us, there’s no reason not to make an appearance at this festival celebrating all things Lobster. With storytellers and magicians —for the kiddies—and beverage gardens with specialty cocktails for adults, all you need is a comfy ensemble. We recommend our cutoff shorts and a casual t-shirt.

The Original Long Beach Lobster Festival; September 10-12

Rainbow Lagoon;  Shoreline Village Drive
Long Beach, CA 90802

Tickets from $13 for one-day admission