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Rodeo Drive, now world-renowned, began as little more than a bridle path. Pioneering designers, hoteliers and entrepreneurs transformed it into a rival to New York’s Fifth Avenue — with sun, palm trees and Hollywood sizzle. Rodeo Drive-The Podcast brings a taste of this famed three-block stretch in Beverly Hills to listeners around the world.
Season Four of Rodeo Drive – The Podcast invites listeners around the world back for more stories from today’s leaders in luxury, fashion, art, and entertainment.
Listen wherever you get your podcasts. 
Over three seasons, the series has drawn fashion, design, art, architecture and entertainment luminaries, retailers, collectors, chroniclers, makers and creators, who spoke about the intoxicating combination of fashion, art and entertainment that put Rodeo Drive on the map, what was happening on the street as retailers and businesses navigated the pandemic amidst a moment of reckoning for racial and social justice, what they envisioned for the future of this global style and hospitality destination, and their latest and greatest luxury ventures.
Among our podcast guests to date are Mattia Agazzi, Rose Apodaca, Nicolas Bijan, Tom Blumenthal, James Bond, Joan Juliet Buck, Ruth E. Carter, Nicole Chapoteau, Michael Chow, Carolina Cucinelli, Jeffrey Deitch, Simon Doonan, José Eber, Pari Ehsan, Sara Gay Forden, David Foster, Steven Gaines, Paul Goldberger, Robert Hayman, Stephen Jones OBE, Iris Ko, Jay Leno, Humberto Leon, Ming Liu, Faye McLeod, Booth Moore, Alyssa Payne and Sebastian the Standard Poodle, Stefano Ricci, Niccolò Ricci, Filippo Ricci, Dame Zandra Rhodes, Royal Kennedy Rodgers, Antwaun Sargent, Dirk Schönberger, Cameron Silver, Greg Simonian, Art Streiber, Tamtam, Kathy Vance, Rayni Williams, and Sergio Zambon.
Season Four of Rodeo Drive – The Podcast is presented by the Rodeo Drive Committee with the support of The Hayman Family, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, and the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau.
Watch moments from the series here and on YouTube. Check back in regularly for what’s next in the series
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Lyn Winter, Inc., (213) 446-0788, rodeodrive@lynwinter.com.

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Rodeo Drive – The Podcast Rodeo Drive

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    • 5.0 • 23 Ratings

Rodeo Drive, now world-renowned, began as little more than a bridle path. Pioneering designers, hoteliers and entrepreneurs transformed it into a rival to New York’s Fifth Avenue — with sun, palm trees and Hollywood sizzle. Rodeo Drive-The Podcast brings a taste of this famed three-block stretch in Beverly Hills to listeners around the world.
Season Four of Rodeo Drive – The Podcast invites listeners around the world back for more stories from today’s leaders in luxury, fashion, art, and entertainment.
Listen wherever you get your podcasts. 
Over three seasons, the series has drawn fashion, design, art, architecture and entertainment luminaries, retailers, collectors, chroniclers, makers and creators, who spoke about the intoxicating combination of fashion, art and entertainment that put Rodeo Drive on the map, what was happening on the street as retailers and businesses navigated the pandemic amidst a moment of reckoning for racial and social justice, what they envisioned for the future of this global style and hospitality destination, and their latest and greatest luxury ventures.
Among our podcast guests to date are Mattia Agazzi, Rose Apodaca, Nicolas Bijan, Tom Blumenthal, James Bond, Joan Juliet Buck, Ruth E. Carter, Nicole Chapoteau, Michael Chow, Carolina Cucinelli, Jeffrey Deitch, Simon Doonan, José Eber, Pari Ehsan, Sara Gay Forden, David Foster, Steven Gaines, Paul Goldberger, Robert Hayman, Stephen Jones OBE, Iris Ko, Jay Leno, Humberto Leon, Ming Liu, Faye McLeod, Booth Moore, Alyssa Payne and Sebastian the Standard Poodle, Stefano Ricci, Niccolò Ricci, Filippo Ricci, Dame Zandra Rhodes, Royal Kennedy Rodgers, Antwaun Sargent, Dirk Schönberger, Cameron Silver, Greg Simonian, Art Streiber, Tamtam, Kathy Vance, Rayni Williams, and Sergio Zambon.
Season Four of Rodeo Drive – The Podcast is presented by the Rodeo Drive Committee with the support of The Hayman Family, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, and the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau.
Watch moments from the series here and on YouTube. Check back in regularly for what’s next in the series
Contact
Lyn Winter, Inc., (213) 446-0788, rodeodrive@lynwinter.com.

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    La Maison Valmont: A New World of Emotion for the Five Senses

    La Maison Valmont: A New World of Emotion for the Five Senses

    Since the beginning of time, humans have sought the secret to eternal youth and beauty. One company that believes it has gotten closer to cracking the code is La Maison Valmont, the luxury Swiss skincare brand that will open a boutique on Rodeo Drive on July 15.
    La Maison Valmont, founded in 1985, will offer Rodeo Drive clientele its trademark five collections – hydration, luminosity, vitality, V-lift and V-firm – designed for young and more mature complexions. But it plans to elevate the experience with a custom treatment, called – naturally – the Red Carpet of Valmont, as well as a new line of perfumes, and additional experiences such as changing exhibitions of art. 
    “When you enter the world of Valmont, which is more than a skincare brand today, it's a style of life where you really enjoy the five senses. And we call it a world of emotion,” Sophie and Didier Guillon told host Lyn Winter, on the latest episode of Rodeo Drive - The Podcast.  
    La Maison Valmont is esteemed for its discreet, five-star service, and products including $1000 dollar jars of Creme Merveilleuse made with the DNA of gold sturgeon. Their treatments and potions are based on “cellular science,” explains Sophie Vann Guillon, CEO and chief scientist at the brand. This is a form of skincare developed in Switzerland in which the “natural reactions and functions of the cells and skin” are rejuvenated by living cells that are “biocompatible” with one's skin.
     
    The company has been shaped by the passions of both its owners. Didier Guillon, raised in a family of art collectors, has founded an art foundation at the Palazzo Bonvicini in Venice, Italy. The foundation organizes residencies at its properties around the world that “welcome artists or customers who really want to discover what we are proposing on the art scene. We want to be different. We want to offer something unique, I would say out of the box.” He is also curating art for sale at the new salon on Rodeo Drive; an exhibition by Venice, Los Angeles based artist Andy Moses is on the docket as the first exhibition. 
    Finally, their new location has stirred some flights of fancy, like the fragrances they are creating from plants cultivated in Vann Guillon’s alpine garden. Didier Guillon says a famous movie inspired him to develop, “a fantastic fragrance called Scarface. It was my fragrance based on violets.” Vann Guillon takes her cues from LA's coastal splendor and surfing culture.
    “Sea bliss! It's a fresh scent with ozonic appeal while reminding us of the waves of the ocean. It's fresh, and it's a little bit flowery. So it really fits the Californians.”
    Season 5 of Rodeo Drive – The Podcast is presented by the Rodeo Drive Committee with the support of The Hayman Family, Two Rodeo Drive, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, and the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau.
    Season 5 Credits:
    Executive Producer and Host: Lyn Winter
    On behalf of the Rodeo Drive Committee: Kay Monica Rose
    Scriptwriter and Editorial Advisor: Frances Anderton
    Editor and Videographer: Hans Fjellestad
    Theme music by Brian Banks
    Production Assistant: Isabelle Alfonso.
    Listen, subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
    Visit the website: https://rodeodrive-bh.com/podcast/
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    • 32 min
    Join Cameron Silver and The Caftan Caucus!

    Join Cameron Silver and The Caftan Caucus!

    As the heat of summer rises on Rodeo Drive, how better to stay cool and chic than in the most versatile, enduring and fluid garment of all time –– the Caftan! So says the man with more than thirty of them, Cameron Silver, author of the new book Caftans: From Classical to Camp.
    Silver talks with Rodeo Drive - The Podcast host Lyn Winter about the history, design and appeal of the caftan, which he says is the most universal and ancient garment in the world. 
    “It is this wonderful garment of comfort that’s size inclusive, that's gender fluid, that can be modest or sexy. It can be voluminous or follow the lines of the body, it can be luxurious, or very accessible.”
    He points out that the caftan, essentially a square of fabric with holes for the head and arms, kept plain or highly ornamental, has been worn by Jesus, Moses, Muhammad and Buddha. “It is this cultural garment of incredible reverence in Morocco,” says Silver; it was worn with high camp by the singer Demis Roussos and extraordinary grace by Elizabeth Taylor, Grace Kelly and numerous other celebrities. It has been styled by the likes of Fortuny, Yves Saint Laurent, Valentino, Marc Bohan for Dior, Karl Lagerfeld, Emilio Pucci, Rudi Gernreich, and Oscar de la Renta. 
    Silver, who conducted the interview wearing a lightweight, hooded, 100% cotton caftan designed by Trina Turk, has taken his book on the road from Texas to Mykonos. He notes that wherever he goes he finds an enthusiastic “caftan caucus” of people wearing and talking about caftans, which he says is the quintessential Athleisure garment, counterintuitively more glamorous than body hugging clothes.
    It’s not “just a sack,” says Silver. “The reality is that when you wear it, you have to really move your body; you become a Martha Graham dancer, even if you have two left feet like me.” 
    SIlver, who was previously Fashion Director for H by Halston for QVC, adds that “Halston famously did his first runway shows featuring caftans and in the late 60s and 70s they became even more popular.” Right now, he says there is a caftan renaissance, with variants appearing at all the runway shows. “It may have taken a Western and European fashion several decades to really understand that it's a good idea to have a caftan in your collection.”
    Even though Silver wears his caftans in all seasons, he says this floaty garment, that can be worn from day into evening, is especially appealing in the summer. “It is the garment of the people. Regardless of your size or your gender, or your means or your location, there is a caftan waiting out there for you.”
    Season 5 of Rodeo Drive – The Podcast is presented by the Rodeo Drive Committee with the support of The Hayman Family, Two Rodeo Drive, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, and the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau.
    Season 5 Credits:
    Executive Producer and Host: Lyn Winter
    On behalf of the Rodeo Drive Committee: Kay Monica Rose
    Scriptwriter and Editorial Advisor: Frances Anderton
    Editor and Videographer: Hans Fjellestad
    Theme music by Brian Banks
    Production Assistant: Isabelle Alfonso
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    https://rodeodrive-bh.com/podcast/
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    @rodeodrive


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    • 27 min
    Simon Doonan: The Fabulosity of Maximalism

    Simon Doonan: The Fabulosity of Maximalism

    The holiday season is in full swing and boutique windows are glittering on Rodeo Drive. So who better to talk to right now than the famed window dresser, Simon Doonan!
    When he was creative director at Barney’s, Doonan never missed an opportunity for maximal effect with storefront displays that transformed fashion retail into spectacle. Now he is a writer and eminence on all things style-related – and he has released a new book about design at full volume.
    Maximalism: Bold, Bedazzled, Gold, and Tasseled Interiors, features lavish spaces around the world: from opulent Old World interiors to a Bel Air bedroom with no surface untouched, by Kelly Wearstler, the candy colored Trixie Motel in Palm Springs by Dani Dazey, and Doonan’s own bedazzling New York apartment, designed by his husband Jonathan Adler.
    Guest host Frances Anderton talks with Doonan on the season-closer of Rodeo Drive - The Podcast about why you can never layer on too much, and how Maximalism is right at home in Los Angeles, dating “from Busby Berkeley to Tiny Naylor's coffee shop,” and on to today’s spectacular concerts by Taylor Swift, Beyoncé and Harry Styles. “We live in such a visual world that minimal decor doesn't mean anything online or on your phone or on TikTok” says Doonan. “Everything has to be maximal, and LA is at the center of the culture in so many ways.”
    Doonan recalls an encounter with the larger-than-life Tony Duquette at his home Dawnridge, in Beverly Hills. Duquette, a prolific designer whose resume includes creating costumes and sets for Fred Astaire musicals, and making jewelry for Tom Ford in his eighties, filled his home and garden with antiques, chinoiserie, sunburst sculptures, gold-leafing, tapestries and cleverly upcycled trash. It was, says Doonan, an “unhinged visual extravaganza.”
    Doonan peppers the conversation with amusing insights. When asked if maximalism, or “maxi,” can ever become too messy, he says he will never judge, having fond memories of a childhood vacation at the blue collar Butlins holiday camp in the UK, which was “drenched in the fabulosity of maximalism.” He adds, “If somebody is happy, and their apartment looks like a good reflection of them, you do you, boo.” As for the ultra-rich who prefer battleship gray T-shirts over lavish displays of affluence, “one of the most hilarious things is when somebody becomes so wealthy that the only way they can find pleasure is to build a concrete bunker on a Swedish Island, and go and hide in it,” says Doonan.
    Finally, to those who believe minimalism is the path to happiness, he concludes: “I just think maximalism is more life affirming and maximalism doesn't need minimalism…Minimalism relies on maximalism to have something to denounce, whereas maximalism is much too big to fail.”
    Season 4 of Rodeo Drive – The Podcast is presented by the Rodeo Drive Committee with the support of The Hayman Family, Two Rodeo Drive, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, and the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau.
    Season 4 Credits:
    Executive Producer and Host: Lyn Winter
    On behalf of the Rodeo Drive Committee: Kathy Gohari
    Scriptwriter, Editorial Advisor and Guest Host: Frances Anderton
    Editor and Videographer: Hans Fjellestad
    Theme music by Brian Banks
    Production Assistant: Isabelle Alfonso
    Visit the website: https://rodeodrive-bh.com/podcast/
    Join us on Instagram @rodeodrive

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    • 28 min
    The Way She Wore It: Carolyn Bessette Kennedy and a Life in Fashion

    The Way She Wore It: Carolyn Bessette Kennedy and a Life in Fashion

    Carolyn Bessette Kennedy was the beautiful fashion PR who married the most eligible bachelor in America, John Kennedy Jr. The couple, and Carolyn’s sister Lauren, tragically lost their lives when a plane flown by Kennedy crashed into the ocean in 1999.
    But Bessette Kennedy had an outsize influence on style and fashion in the 1990s that endures today, and her legacy has been celebrated in a new book, CBK: Carolyn Bessette Kennedy: A Life in Fashion, by the British author and fashion creative director Sunita Kumar Nair, with a foreword by Gabriela Hearst, and preface by Edward Enninful, OBE.
    On Episode 5 of Season 4 of Rodeo Drive - The Podcast, Kumar Nair talks with Lyn Winter about her carefully curated and sumptuously illustrated book, which tracks Bessette Kennedy’s fairytale rise, starting with a job at a Calvin Klein store in a mall where she was, ”plucked by a corporate executive at Calvin Klein, and offered the golden ticket – come to New York.”
    From there the willowy blonde with a knack for an ultra-chic and minimal “thrown together look,” became a fashion muse herself, in an era when American fashion traded padded shoulders and power suits for the understated elegance and comfort of Klein, Donna Karan and Ralph Lauren.
    Kumar Nair shares anecdotes about the celebrities – Kate Moss, Jennifer Aniston, Sharon Stone – and the great names in fashion and design who worked with Bessette Kennedy, and were inspired by her.  
    She says the photographer Mario Sorrenti “remembers a time when they were sitting on the floor, talking about what the goals were for the advertising,” and corporate would want to know, “what does Carolyn think?”
    She also talks about Bessette Kennedy’s powerful sense of self, wearing what pleased her despite societal expectations. When she married into American royalty, she might have taken to “wearing perhaps Dior or Yves Saint Laurent,” as well as the jewelry she inherited from her late mother-in-law Jackie Kennedy, also a fashion icon. “But instead she chose to wear Yohji Yamamoto and Ann Demeulemeester, and I think the only piece of jewelry (of Jackie Kennedy’s) that she would wear often was Jackie's Cartier Tank.”
    Finally, Kumar Nair explains how Bessette Kennedy’s allure endures today, in part because of how she approached life and clothes, with discretion and simplicity. “I think there is just this demand for her because there's a dignity in the way that she lived and I think it's inspiring for people who didn't grow up with her to pick up a book and discover her and her world.”
    Season 4 of Rodeo Drive – The Podcast is presented by the Rodeo Drive Committee with the support of The Hayman Family, Two Rodeo Drive, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, and the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau.
    Season 4 Credits:
    Executive Producer and Host: Lyn Winter
    On behalf of the Rodeo Drive Committee: Kathy Gohari
    Scriptwriter and Editorial Advisor: Frances Anderton
    Editor and Videographer: Hans Fjellestad
    Theme music by Brian Banks
    Production Assistant: Isabelle Alfonso
    Listen, subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
    Visit the website: https://rodeodrive-bh.com/podcast/
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    • 55 min
    Sensory Perception: Anne-Lise Cremona Reinvents Henry Jacques

    Sensory Perception: Anne-Lise Cremona Reinvents Henry Jacques

    You’re no doubt familiar with haute couture, but how about haute parfumerie? That’s what you find at Henry Jacques, the jewel box of a perfume boutique on Two Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.
    The ultra exclusive French perfumery was founded in the 1970s by Henry Jacques and his wife Yvette, creating bespoke fragrances for private clients. When it was on the brink of closure, their daughter Anne-Lise Cremona stepped in, and has led the company in opening exquisite retail boutiques around the world.
    On Episode 4 of Rodeo Drive–The Podcast, Season 4, Cremona, now global CEO, talks to Lyn Winter about bringing perfume into the 21st century, while preserving the brand's storied history and tradition, 
    Henry Jacques takes cues from French haute couture, explains Cremona, which hues to tradition while creating a bridge to innovation. “We produce everything in house. We do a lot of things by hand, and we keep using a certain know-how that doesn't exist commonly today.” 
    Meanwhile, the company has opened a state of the art laboratory with more than 1200 components of perfume, and produced cutting edge delivery systems for perfume like the titanium Clic-Clac for solid scents.
    She talks about collaborations, with her uncle, Richard Mille, and Rafael Nadal and his wife Maria, and with the maison’s designer Christophe Tollemer on the branding of the company and the luxurious, wood-paneled, apartment-style interiors that offer visitors a sense of mystery and discovery.  “It’s perhaps also the future of retail to open a door and enter a completely new world, where you are transported by a universe,” Cremona says.
    Cremona also talks about why the company no longer has the traditional, singular “nose,” and offers thoughts on outmoded gender distinctions in perfume. One evening in Italy, she recounts, her son wore La Nuit, a flowery perfume made of white flowers and orange blossom.  “Everybody was crazy in love with the spirit, the perfume he wore. And who could imagine that this perfume would suit a young boy?”
    Finally, Cremona shares her personal wardrobe of scents, the joy of keeping the business in the family, and the endless delight of working with Henry Jacques perfumes, that in addition to being “haute” are also labeled “vivante.” “I like things to be living. And perfume helps you to feel alive. And that's why it's haute parfumerie vivante. We're here, we exist. It's possible.”
    The Henry Jacques boutique is located on Two Rodeo Drive at 204 N Rodeo Drive.
    Season 4 of Rodeo Drive – The Podcast is presented by the Rodeo Drive Committee with the support of The Hayman Family, Two Rodeo Drive, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, and the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau.
    Season 4 Credits:
    Executive Producer and Host: Lyn Winter
    On behalf of the Rodeo Drive Committee: Kathy Gohari
    Scriptwriter and Editorial Advisor: Frances Anderton
    Editor and Videographer: Hans Fjellestad
    Theme music by Brian Banks
    Production Assistant: Isabelle Alfonso.
    Listen, subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
    Visit the website: https://rodeodrive-bh.com/podcast/
    Watch moments from the series on YouTube
    Join us on Instagram @rodeodrive 

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    • 44 min
    Resetting the Clock: Amanda Mille Expands the Richard Mille Family

    Resetting the Clock: Amanda Mille Expands the Richard Mille Family

    Richard Mille pioneered a new era of watchmaking with the 2001 launch of the RM 001 Tourbillon, which set a standard for today's billionaires’ handshake. 
    The Swiss company is also a close family business, with sons Alex and Guillaume involved, and brand direction now helmed by Mille’s daughter Amanda.
    Amanda Mille sat down with Rodeo Drive - The Podcast to talk about maintaining the image of the world’s most advanced and most expensive watches, through creative partnerships with ambassadors including Michelle Yeoh, Charles Leclerc, Nelly Korda, and Rafael Nadal, who form the company’s extended “family.”
    Mille tells host Lyn Winter about a journey into her father’s business that began with a move to the Middle East and is full of unexpected moments, like a phone call from Jeremy Strong, Kendall Roy in Succession, about wearing a Richard Mille watch as an expression of his character. He said “we need something a bit more classical in a way, but with a push of modernity,” recalls Mille. She chose to give the detail-obsessed actor an RM 67-01. It was perfect. “Platinum, of course, added the kind of powerness behind Succession and all the stories happening to his character.”
    She also shares the deep creative relationships with the athletes that sport, literally, Richard Mille watches, helping perfect the product while performing at their best. “When you have someone like Yuliya Levchenko doing high jumping, you need to be sure that the watch doesn't move on the wrist and is still comfortable…Our partners are the only ones that are able to give us the feedback that even a machine will never tell you.”
    The Mille company is deeply connected with motor-racing, and sponsors Formula One and Le Mans. Amanda Mille shares her love of motorsport and driving, and promises to bring the 100% female, Rallye Des Princesses Richard Mille to California. 
    Finally, she talks about the exclusivity of the company’s watches that involve many years of research and development at the end of which come very few new pieces. The wait can be long and tantalizing for people who order one. “We are not laughing at the fact that people are frustrated at not being able to get the watch. We know how difficult it is. But we also know how difficult these watches are to be made,” says Mille.
    The Richard Mille Beverly Hills boutique is located on Two Rodeo Drive at 222 N. Rodeo Drive.
    Season four of Rodeo Drive – The Podcast is presented by the Rodeo Drive Committee with the support of The Hayman Family, Two Rodeo Drive, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, and the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau.
    Season Four Credits:
    Executive Producer and Host: Lyn Winter
    On behalf of the Rodeo Drive Committee: Kathy Gohari
    Scriptwriter and Editorial Advisor: Frances Anderton
    Editor and Videographer: Hans Fjellestad
    Theme music by Brian Banks
    Production Assistant: Isabelle Alfonso.
    Listen, subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
    Visit the website: https://rodeodrive-bh.com/podcast/
    Watch moments from the series on YouTube
    Join us on Instagram @rodeodrive

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    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Mama Midwest ,

Hamlet to Hollywood

Loved every minute of this interview with Wolfgang Puck. Such a fascinating story of his life and career/passion. I literally could feel my mouth water as he described some of his famous dishes and culinary process!

Kiersten.D ,

History, stars & Rodeo Drive!

What a fun podcast! I’ve really enjoyed getting to know more about the famed Drive. From the history, to where to shop for the most exclusive items in the world, as well as where to stay, dine and play... I’m ready to hit Rodeo Drive!

Juliane_K ,

Great podcast

What an amazing podcast about Rodeo Drive. A must-listen for everyone who is interested in stories about the past, present and future of one of the most glamorous shopping destinations in the world.

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