We’re usually in the business of pitching our favorite blogs to be included in their spectacular holiday gift guides, but this year we wanted to find a way to thank the host of editors out there who take the time each year to compile such great ideas. For 24 festive days, we’ll be posting our picks of the day, spotted in one of our favorite holiday guides.
Follow us on Twitter to check out our picks at @secretagentpr #giftspotted!
Whether you spot the perfect gift waiting under the tree or not, the most important mission this month is to spend a happy and healthy holiday season with friends and family. Happy holidays from Secret Agent PR!
Last night, we attended the California Home + Design redesign launch party at the Andrew Martin showroom at the Pacific Design Center. The design community came out in force to celebrate the new fresh look of the magazine. We’re excited to see the way the CH+D team is “respect[ing] history while blazing a new path,” and look forward to seeing the next issue!
If you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to check out the full digital issue here!
We’ve heard through the grapevine that California Home and Design has just named a new Executive Editor and that under its new leadership, we can probably expect to see some changes from the San Francisco-based magazine. Erin Feher started at Hartle Media (now McEvoy Media) as an intern, but in four short years has earned herself a spot at the big table. This teacup redhead packs a powerful punch in terms of verve, style, and vision, and, if our last conversation over cocktails was any indication of what’s to come, the next issue June/July issue of California Home and Design is going to take the magazine in a new and exciting direction. Think younger demographic, edgier styling, wider accessibility, ratcheted-up coolness, and a bit more of that je ne sais quoi that we loved in Domino.
We can’t wait to see it. And we’d like to wish a warm congrats to the fabulous Erin Feher!
Take one last look at the California Home and Design of yore. February and March 2011 covers below.