Designer Unknown - This garment (and entire look in fact) has taken the initial idea of the blazer and essentially loosened it up and transformed it into a rather oversized, voluminous piece that swathes the body. Simplistic yet effective.
With its cavernous loft-like space, reclaimed wood, and communal tables, the restaurant brings a bit of LA to Manhattan Beach, while combining sensibilities of both. The laid-back decor pays homage to its 60s post office origins and seaside location, but don’t let the casual vibe fool you — Chef LeFevre means business.
YOUNG LADIES & GENTS | 1930S-40s Two girls and two boys wearing matching clothing, posed in park. Credit: Charles Teenie Harris, photographer. Teenie Harris Photograph Collection, 1920-1970, Carnegie Museum of Art.