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Lucky Brand Clover #01
A style guide for culture lovers
August 2013
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All American
All American

Introducing the inaugural issue of our online journal


Your how-to-wear-it guide to the best new trends

National Treasures
National Treasures

Tap into the heritage of fall's most indispensable it-items

Behind the Scenes
Behind the scenes

Go on set with Mario Sorrenti at the making of our fall film

Style Files
Style files

Take a few sartorial cues from one of our favorite icons, Lauren Hutton

Craft Talk
Craft talk

Travel with us to North Carolina's White Oak Mill

Riveting Right Now
Riveting right now

Tap into our new flicks, art picks and of-the-moment mix

Indie Index
Indie index

Your chic cheat sheet to little known musical landmarks

Ritual Habitual
Ritual habitual

Model Missy Rayder reveals her secret talismans

Local Loves
Local loves

Venice Beach, decoded for all of your daytripping needs

Lucky Genes
Lucky genes

Meet Style Director Karin Cole and her California-cool kids

Ritual Habitual - Model Missy Rayder

As summer kicks into high gear, plug our off-the-beaten track rock n-roll must-see’s into
your Google maps and get your motor runnin’. Or, simply brush up on a few new backyard
barbecue conversation starters guaranteed to impress hipster guests.

The Ebell (LA, CA)

Wilshire Boulevard relic where Judy Garland was discovered while performing as Baby Frances Gumm. Originally a womens’ club established in 1894 and recently selected by Artists Den to host Imagine Dragon’s concert, sponsored by Lucky Brand, to air on PBS August 8, 2013.

Indie Index - The Ebell
Surf Ballroom (Clear Lake, Ia)

Surf Ballroom
(Clear Lake, Ia)

Site of the last concert given by Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and the Big Bopper, before "The Day the Music Died."

Kurt Cobain Riverfront Park (Aberdeen, Wa)

The bridge that Kurt Cobain lived under while homeless is now part of a park.

Indie Index - Kurt Cobain
Indie Index - Sleater Kinney

Sleater Kinney Road
I-5 off-ramp (Lacey, Wa)

An off-ramp sign in an Olympia, Wash., suburb gave these riot grrrl legends their band name.

The Anchorage
(Sunapee Harbor, NH)

Restaurant where Steven Tyler met Joe Perry, who was the fry cook. Steven Tyler loved the fries so much, he wanted to meet the man making them.

Indie Index - The Anchorage
Indie Index - Laurel Canton

Laurel Canyon Country Store (LA, CA)

Hippie hangout for Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Jim Morrison. Immortalized in the Doors' song "Love Street."

2A (NYC)

East Village bar. The Strokes recorded their first album in the basement.

Indie Index - 2A
Indie Index - Paul's Boutique

Paul's Boutique (NYC)

Photographed on the corner of Ludlow & Rivington on the Lower East Side for the Beastie Boys landmark second LP, Paul's Boutique was never a real store. A sign was hung in front of the shop for the cover shoot.

The Grateful Dead house (SF, CA)

710 Asbury St. in the Haight. Where the band lived
in the '60s.

Indie Index - Grateful Dead
Indie Index - Park Avenue Armory

Park Avenue Armory (NYC)

Chelsea art and fashion world mecca. Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon has shown paintings here and on August 1, PBS aired The National’s Armory concert as part of its Artists Den series, sponsored by Lucky Brand.

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