San Diego: Where to Eat and Stay | The Chic List

As wanderers, we have two things we yearn for: a sense of adventure that comes with the winds of change while drive with the windows down toward a destination. The second thing is a sense of home when we’re away from where we dwell. Well, there are two things for me, in particular that canContinue reading “San Diego: Where to Eat and Stay | The Chic List”

Christmas in the Krischic Crib – The Chic List

I’ll not be home for Christmas…you can count on it. I’ll be home for Christmas, if only in my dreams this year. That is the reality of being an on-camera journalist. Sometimes, you must work holidays so that your viewers who are home for Christmas have something festive on their television screens to enjoy! MyContinue reading “Christmas in the Krischic Crib – The Chic List”

The Krischic Approved Way to Work at Home

I’ll be honest, I’ve engaged in an unhealthy relationship with the word “productive” lately. This is mostly because during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s been a buzz word that stings. I have felt the pressure from myself as an overachiever and my from fellow Type-A personalities on social media to “use all this new free time”Continue reading “The Krischic Approved Way to Work at Home”

The Chicest Parisian Cafe in LA You Need to Go To

Crossing the threshold of the jewelry district to the Spring Street Arcade building—a Spanish Renaissance hole in the wall built in 1924—I could truly say I found a diamond in the rough of Downtown Los Angeles. I used to be a local downtowner from the financial district but rarely crossed over to the grungier sideContinue reading “The Chicest Parisian Cafe in LA You Need to Go To”

The Chicest Brunches in LA

Brunching is an LA institution, and in my opinion the most fashionable meal of the day. What better accessory to an outfit than a side of Eggs Benedict or fluffy blueberry pancakes soaked in syrup and melted butter, especially when either option is picture perfect? Ahead are the chicest brunches in Los Angeles in termsContinue reading “The Chicest Brunches in LA”

Velvet Trimmings for Christmas

Velvet? For Christmas? Groundbreaking. Steadfast Krischic readers will know that I devotedly deck in the luxe fabric during this time of year (2017, 2018 and 2018 again!), but only recently did I discover the silk thread’s seductive powers on me. The key is in the connotation: during the Renaissance period specifically, wearing velvet was anContinue reading “Velvet Trimmings for Christmas”

Inside Louis Vuitton X With Krischic

The ‘LV’ in LVMH has done it again: brought an immersive experience to Los Angeles that has managed to attract the Instagram generation to the brand like a moth to a fashionable flame. I am always fascinated with Louis Vuitton’s cutting-edge approach to promoting brand awareness. The high fashion house has reigned in the luxuryContinue reading “Inside Louis Vuitton X With Krischic”

Take me to Church…For Brunch!

For some, Sunday brunch is an after-church affair. At Redbird, you go to church for brunch. Their ricotta blueberry pancakes are angelic, as soft and fluffy as heavenward clouds (As Mari’s post on this adventure will document, I even exclaimed “this is heaven” while consuming it, and the religious diction was quite purposeful). So, letContinue reading “Take me to Church…For Brunch!”

A Tour of My Bachelorette Pad in the City!

Sometimes, I feel like Carrie Bradshaw on the West Coast–wearing my Jeffrey Campbell’s instead of Manolo Blahnik’s editing video packages and writing articles, because let’s face it, if Carrie Bradshaw was placed in this generation, she would be a multimedia journalist too! Maybe a little different than Carrie is my fascination with history: as IContinue reading “A Tour of My Bachelorette Pad in the City!”

A Case for Extending ‘Christmas Colors’ Beyond Christmas

Ah Christmas…a time of merriment: The scents of gingerbread and pine leaves in the air, heartwarming music and a blur of red and green has passed by too soon. But perhaps there is a way to extend some of the Christmas magic beyond the “acceptable” timeline. I am proposing here on the blog to extendContinue reading “A Case for Extending ‘Christmas Colors’ Beyond Christmas”