Dwimmer Neckwear by Laurel Christine is a collection of handcrafted neckties for all genders. Available in four distinctive silhouettes, the ties feature a unique method of tying, making them easy to wear and always the correct length. Laurel designs and sources exquisite textiles for the collection from artisans around the world.
Cities on the Sea
Two immense problems the world currently faces are a lack of innovation in governance and imminent sea level rise. One of the quickest, most cost effective, and ecological proposed solutions is the creation of floating infrastructure with semi autonomous governing structures.
A Valentine’s Dinner
For groups of three
We brought together a world renowned chef, custom designed tables, and captivating entertainment to a private, Morroccan themed home in Los Angeles for an evening to never forget. But this wasn’t your typical Valentine’s Day Soiree..
Confetti cannons, sushi giveaways, body paint and dance music
In the days when college students played guitars and listened to alt rock at house parties, a secret meeting was held with a mission to transform nightlife..
Do you like to Spoon?
As one of the first gourmet food trucks to hit the streets of Los Angeles, Little Spoon Desserts proved just how much Angelenos love to have their cake and eat it too.
City Chain is improving the experience of being a citizen through the development of a blockchain based city services platform. Imagine never waiting in line at the DMV again, and being able to vote, buy property, and access public transportation information all in one place.
An Underground Supper Club at Burning Man
The Santopalato Supper Club was a bayou themed gourmet experience inspired by the Italian Futurist Food Movement. Each night we collaborated with a professional chef and a myriad of performers to gift a multi course, unforgettable dinner to the artists and producers who make the Burning Man Festival possible.
The Last Americans in Cuba
In 2004, Laurel lived in Cuba for the summer to study art and photography. The laws allowing Americans to travel to Cuba changed while she was there, which resulted in her being one of the last American travelers in the country. She published a book of the writing, art, and photography she created during the trip.
la belleza es tu cabeza
While studying photography in Barcelona in 2008, Laurel found herself on an urban graffiti scavenger hunt. In mysterious nooks and crannies all across the city she found and photographed the same phrase, which has since spread across the world.
Rather than fighting to change the old, we are building the new. We are tastemakers and paradigm shifters, alchemists and time travelers.