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i have so many friends with jobs and great opportunities opening up and i wanted to share with you the details in case you are on the lookout for work. you can always click that link up top in my navigation bar that says “jobs” to check the job listings on a regular basis, we update this often. see if there is a position you might be the perfect fit for!  


see the list below for job listings near you! keep in mind it is always best to send all appropriate links & materials when submitting for the positions. -bri



company name: STRIIIKE/ Beverly Hills CA

job title: Part Time Front Desk Associate

description: Beauty Studio in Beverly Hills is seeking a PT Front Desk Specialist committed to growing within the company and with a set schedule of roughly 25 hours per week (including Saturdays.)

Ideal candidate has an interest in the world of beauty, experience with customer service and scheduling systems (please list those you have worked with), and the ability to commit to a set weekly schedule.

tasks include: Responsibilities include (but not limited to) prompt response to client phone calls and emails, client relations and comfort while they are in the studio, funds management at check out, as well as light cleaning to maintain esthetic throughout the work day.

more details: Salon experience preferred, business uses STX for scheduling and payment processing.

contact: If interested, please reach out with cover letter (or simply intro email) & resume to with the subject line: Front Desk Associate 


company name: KRISTIN ESS HAIR // LA


description: Haircare brand based in Los Angeles is seeking a full time director of social media for all platforms. Job will require 5 days per week. 

Ideal candidate will have at least 2 years experience of social media with another brand + portfolio of work. Candidate must have up-to-date knowledge of functionality on all social media platforms. Obsession of the beauty industry is a huge bonus.

tasks include: Responsibilities include creating stories daily for IG, Snapchat, sharing content from Kristin Ess on IG, FB and Twitter, helping to create visual content for all platforms, attending photoshoots to create BTS footage for social media. 

more details: Must live in Los Angeles and must be on time all the time. Dependable transportation required. 

contact: If interested, please email Kristin Ess Hair at with your resume, some examples of your work, your own social media handles with the subject DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL MEDIA. 


company name: Show Me Your Mumu LLC/ Los Angeles CA

job title: Lead Graphic Designer

description: Love working collaboratively with creative, photography and merchandising teams?  Enjoy infusing analog hand drawn typography into digital media like email, web and social?  Value deadlines, organization and teamwork? If the preceding description describes you in a nutshell then you might be the Graphic Designer Show Me Your Mumu has been looking for! The ideal candidate not only needs to possess a strong array of skills with a focus on typography, photo retouching and digital illustration but also should have a strong aesthetic that complements the brand’s vision.  In addition to day-to-day projects with strict deadlines this position will also require a designer that can navigate long-term projects that involve great organization and teamwork.  

tasks include: Responsibilities include (but are not limited to) Design and create all digital creative assets, this includes artwork, photo compositions, banners, email layouts, and typography that appears on Show Me Your and multiple digital marketing channels. Build and create signage for Mumu retail store, this includes window decals, flyers, brand books and press one-sheets. Assist with print lookbook; this involves digitally assembling product details and product photography into lookbook layout that is used to communicate the collection to buyers. Develop visual brand guidelines this includes defining brand color palette, typography and logo usage. Be proactive in suggesting new ways we can use graphic design to elevate the brand. Ensure consistency across all platforms, emails, flyers and print

more details: 3-5 years of of graphic design experience with a emphasis on e-commerce and digital, Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree from an accredited college, university or design institute in Graphic Design, Digital Design, Required: Advanced knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite or higher, this includes Indesign, Photoshop and Illustrator, Experience working with a lifestyle contemporary women’s apparel brand is a plus

contact: If interested, please send resume and portfolio examples to with the subject line: Lead Graphic Designer


Company name/city: ZERO GRAVITY / Los Angeles, CA

Job Title: Operations Manager

Tasks Include: Inventory Control: daily monitorization of inventory levels, input purchase orders into inventory system, facilitating purchase order quantities, ensuring product is delivered on time. Strategic Planning and forecasting: acute planning responsibilities, forecasting inventory per quarter, new product launches scheduling. Systematic Development: improvement of operations, initializing new roll out producers, communicating to team and coordinating with production team in HK.

More details: The ideal candidate for this position will lead operations and will be accountable for the development and execution of the strategy that delivers the operational necessary to sustain growth, enhances the predictability of profit, optimizes utilization, drives improvement in all processes, and generates world-class customer satisfaction with quality. This is a full-time position based in downtown LA. The growth potential is endless! We want you to do well and succeed in all you do with us. Benefits include working in a fun and creative workspace with like-minded young individuals and a consistent schedule and flexible time off policy. Compensation is based on experience.

Contact: Please email resume and cover letter to







cobb salad | designlovefest

there is something about summer that makes me naturally want to eat healthier. mostly because it’s hot outside and the farmer’s market is full of beautiful produce which makes me gravitate towards salads. i know it’s probably a stretch calling this a version of cobb salad but it was my inspiration so i’m sticking with it. we kept the dressing light but it would be nice with something creamy like an avocado dressing as well. and, you could use any type of greens for the base, we went with kale because it packs a heavy nutritional punch but use whatever you have on hand. if you use kale, do not forget to massage for 2-3 minutes with a little lemon and olive oil, makes a world of difference with the texture. oh, and we toasted our bread in the leftover bacon grease and we highly recommend you do it too. – joanie  

cobb salad | designlovefest

california cobb salad
serves 6
• 2 heads of kale – chopped and massaged with juice of half a lemon, 2 tablespoons olive oil, salt and pepper.
• 2 tomatoes or a package cherry tomatoes
• 6 strips of bacon cooked and chopped
• 2 avocados
• 4 hard boiled eggs (to make: put eggs in salted water, bring water to a boil, turn off the heat and cover the pan, let it sit on the burner for 10 minutes. drain and rinse in ice cold water). 
• 1 can chickpeas, well rinsed and dry
• 2 cans of tuna mixed with a little mayo, olive oil, salt and pepper
• chopped green onions
dressing – juice of half a lemon, 2 teaspoons red wine vinegar, 2 teaspoons dijon mustard, 1/3 cup olive oil or avocado oil mixed together, seasoned with salt and pepper to taste.


cobb salad | designlovefest
cobb salad | designlovefest
cobb salad | designlovefest

• heat a 1 teaspoon avocado oil in a pan and toss the chickpeas in it until golden brown, sprinkle with salt.
• put your kale in a bowl and pour half of the dressing on it, mix well. lay out all ingredients. pour remaining dressing on top. toast your bread in oil or bacon grease and cut up to serve along side. enjoy!

cobb salad | designlovefest
cobb salad | designlovefest

tell me your favorite summer salad recipes, i’m on the hunt for new ones!

cobb salad | designlovefest
cobb salad | designlovefest

photos by: ivan solis
styling by: joanie cusack and ivan solis 





i’m calling this style post “what i’d buy bri.” bri and i are continually talking about rebuilding her closet and making it so she doesn’t dread getting dressed in the morning and also streamlining the experience so that it doesn’t take a lot of time to get ready. a common mistake that people make with their wardrobe is shopping for specific occasions. people don’t buy things they love when they see them because they don’t need them but then you’ll have an event or a party or a trip and they’ll go shopping for that one thing which inevitably means that they are going to spend too much money on things they probably won’t wear because they are in a panic.

bri’s life revolves around a lot of events and travel she she has a bunch of great cocktail and fancy dress options but when it comes to day to day attire she has a limited selection of items she likes. she also hasn’t done a real closet update in about 6 years which means she went from being in her mid-twenties to early thirties and those years can mean a lot of changes for your body and style. it’s okay that you don’t fit into that too short romper that you bought when you were 24 your body changes and finding clothes to suit you now is the goal. for every day wear bri likes elevated basics with a little edge, tattered black jeans, flat boots, t-shirts with cool jackets over them. she also likes romantic dresses that can be worn with a denim jacket and sneakers. so with that in mind here are the 9 things i’d buy for bri. – joanie

the jane robe ($189) – long, light weight and in a pretty print. this is great over jeans and a t-shirt, it dresses it up without adding the bulk and weight of a sweater or jacket. it’s also cute over a bikini in the summer
– black skinny Madewell jeans ($128) – bri was lamenting a pair of ripped black jeans that have gotten too worn out so we found these to replace them. just cropped enough to show the ankle bone and worn in but not totally distressed. the 9″ rise on these is a great in-between, not too low and not too high and i love that the hem is frayed.
Free People maxi dress ($198) – they already show it paired with sneakers which is probably how bri would wear it. the color is great with blonde hair and the fitted top with movement in the skirt is ideal for bri’s body type.
Embroidered denim jacket ($158) – i’m really only into light denim jackets and i think this one fits perfectly with bri’s 70’s cool girl styled. she wears a lot of casual jackets and this would work perfectly over nicer dresses to make them more day appropriate.
Retro printed midi dress ($148) – this dress is a home run. the v-neck with the slight wrap at the waist is going to make it super flattering.
Embroidered bomber ($148) – the color of this jacket is a nice departure from a classic denim or military jacket. i like the idea of bomber jackets but they are often too puffy or bulky. this feels like a good mix and the contrasting waist band and collar is a nice touch.
Zara polka dot dress ($50) – this is a slight risk for bri. it’s more form fitted and sexy then what she might typically wear but i think it’d be great on her. she has what i call a petite curvy body. her body structure is small but she still has curves. the deep v is flattering on someone with big boobs and the wrap accents her waist (which is what you want to highlight with curves).
Madewell cropped army jacket ($110) – bri owns a couple of military jackets but i like that this one is a little more streamlined with less pockets then most and it’s also a swing coat and the sleeves can be cuffed which makes it feel very relaxed and cool.
Dôen Dress ($258) – we’re big fans of Dôen over here at DLF and this dress is basically bri’s dream – super soft cotton, fitted sleeves, cool print, flowy skirt, its got it all!

and now for a little walk down memory line to see how bri’s style has evolved. these are all images from old style posts she’s shared on the blog, so much color and so much vintage!


and below, a few more recent posts of her style over the last year or so working to where she is now. it’s fun to take a look back at your personal style journey. mine isn’t as well documented as bri’s but i have my share of “Facebook memories” that pop up and remind me of what use to be. wherever you are on your style journey the most important thing is to pay attention to how you feel. wear what makes you feel like yourself and comfortable and don’t let any trend or style forecasts take away from that. personal style is just that, personal.

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styled | designlovefest

denim is my go-to and my closet is filled with all different types, cropped, wide leg, boyfriend, skinny, you name it. i would say that there is an abundance of skinny jeans out there which are great and have a rightful place in your closet but sometimes it’s nice to mix it up. skinny jeans work well with oversized sweaters, or longer coats but they don’t, because of how form fitted they are, always work as well with shorter items, like a cropped sweater or just a simple t-shirt tucked in. i rounded up a few denim options that aren’t skinny jeans but are also not completely oversized bell bottoms. there is a lot of middle ground with denim and i think these are are all fun and versatile options for any closet.  – joanie


ASOS Pencil denim with split hem ($43) – split hem denim has been making the rounds in fashion, it’s slightly undone and relaxed without the tattered look of frayed denim. i like the mid-rise of this jean.
Zara mini flare ($50) – an edgier more trendy denim option at an affordable price.
Cropped wide leg jeans ($268) – baggy but fitted through the hips and butt so it still gives you a little shape.
Levi patchwork denim ($198) – i’ve been on the hunt for a pair of patchwork denim that feels a little 70’s but with a modern silhouette. i think these fit the bill nicely!
Madewell Overalls ($100) – i totally understand that overalls are very trendy but i also think they deserve a chance. i like them best in black as it feels more sophisticated and paired with a feminine blouse underneath. you’ll be amazed how many times you reach for your overalls!
Levi wedgie fit ($158) – i own these jeans, i love these jeans and wear them all of the time. they are the closest you’re going to get to vintage levi’s without digging trying on 100 vintage pairs. these are great with shorter, cropped items as the fit is high.
Re/Done Cuffed ($275) – i really like the large cuff paired with a super simple flat shoe. they have an ease through the leg that makes them very flattering.
Bliss and Mischief denim ($368) – can’t get enough of the ultra light wash with the pale pink patches. i don’t think i’m cool enough to pull these off but i know one of you out there is.
3×1 Fringe jeans ($265) – the fringe isn’t for everyone but i really dig these. i like how simple the cut of the pant is paired with the punch of fringe at the bottom. a simple tee is all you’d need with these.

here are a few inspiration pictures to get you inspired!

styled | designlovefest
styled | designlovefest
styled | designlovefest
styled | designlovefest
styled | designlovefest
styled | designlovefest

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