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Golriz Moeini
Golriz enjoys writing about anything relating to style. Early on, she realized that her childhood dreams of studying to be a veterinarian were unrealistic when she failed lab for refusing to do dissections. She worked as a fashion stylist to live vicariously through her high profile friends. In her own closet, she treasures her grandmothers vintage and other items she meticulously collected from her favorite designers. Born into a family who were part of the stylish set in pre-revolution Iran, to a nature loving father who was a chemical engineer for NASA, a mother who is a beautiful bohemian novelist, her legendary grandfather celebrated illustrious poet Moeini Kermanshahi, she feels, take part in shaping her colorful conceptions. She has been a blogger since 2007 with Stylification among her several blogs. Married to her dream man, she resides in Los Angeles, and lives in Paris... in her head.

Entries by Golriz Moeini

Wearing of the Green

(0) Comments | Posted March 17, 2015 | 4:30 AM

St.Patrick's Day became an official public holiday in Ireland in 1903. Though the "story" of St. Patrick first appeared in 1726, still it may be much older, since Saint Patrick was around long before that in (c. AD 385-461). March 17th is a cultural and spiritual holiday that most parts...

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Through IGNITE, Students of Greater Newark Get a Fresh Set of Experiences

(0) Comments | Posted March 17, 2015 | 1:56 AM

The other day on my drive home I was listening KPFK to the story about education. The journalist, who is a producer on the show did a piece on the success rate post high school of a few students given scholarships to go to college, and what happened next in...

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The Extraordinary Liana Yaroslavsky

(1) Comments | Posted March 2, 2015 | 9:34 AM

A rare woman is very difficult to describe-therefore I prefer to do an interview of Liana Yaroslavsky.

I met Liana several years ago in Paris and now she is planning to come and work in the U.S, designing furniture and decorating homes. Liana is an incredible and undeniably elegant...

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Stylification Series: Featuring Tamsin Lonsdale

(0) Comments | Posted July 5, 2014 | 6:23 AM

With all due respect to one of the greatest ever- William Shakespeare said, " a rose by any other name would smell as sweet..." but I beg to differ. Tamsin Lonsdale, is most definitely not like any ordinary English rose. She is undeniably beyond intelligent, worldly by definition, unique and...

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Stylification Series. Part One: Caitlyn Chase

(0) Comments | Posted June 25, 2014 | 12:27 AM

I get so excited when I meet designers who work in the fashion industry in Los Angeles. Supporting home-grown designers is important to me. Designers that make a difference, the ones that make high quality product rather than mass quantity. In todays fashion world that is a rarity when the...

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Persian Feast With Shiva Rose

(0) Comments | Posted May 21, 2014 | 9:55 AM


A charming afternoon I spent at at my remarkable girlfriend Shiva Rose's house, where we dove in and made a tasty Persian feast together for her unparalleled, unique, popular website called The Local Rose.

Shiva is one of those rare...

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The Red Dress

(0) Comments | Posted December 30, 2013 | 10:33 AM

Gently, I take out my grandmothers dress from the garment bag and inspected it. It's in pristine condition. I remove my clothes and put it on ever so slowly, as if to savor each moment. I slip on my suede heels, and turn to glance in the mirror. Then I...

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The Grand Luhrmann

(5) Comments | Posted May 14, 2013 | 10:55 AM

If American author F. Scott Fitzgerald went to the movies with me last night to see The Great Gatsby, I think he would say "magnificent" to Baz Luhrmann's interpretation of his story published 1925. I envision he would appreciate the new film remake off his literature because he himself was...

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I Also Dreamed Of Africa

(23) Comments | Posted January 15, 2013 | 6:00 AM

Wildlife, in general, has always bewitched me, but I have always specifically been fascinated with African wildlife. I often wished I could be a Kuki Gallmann and go far away from my reality in exchange for a remarkable life experience. That takes a lot of courage and charisma.


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A Tea-Time Chat With Mariel Hemingway

(0) Comments | Posted December 5, 2012 | 10:45 AM

Several years ago, I was introduced to Mariel Hemingway and I invited her to host a gala fashion show for a children's charity that I was co-chairing. I asked Mariel's older daughter, Dree, to model in the show, she was gorgeous and it was evident that she was on her...

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Susan Foster on Designing Jewelry, Dating and Style

(0) Comments | Posted November 6, 2012 | 8:01 PM

Last Monday night while I was driving through the canyons towards Sunset, listening to the classical KUSC on the radio, the calm air seemed so still, tranquil. It was hard to imagine that on the East Coast, Sandy was still doing its unthinkable catastrophe. Grateful that my family there is...

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Chanel Recreates Versailles in a Beverly Hills Garden

(1) Comments | Posted October 19, 2012 | 3:31 PM

Earlier on Tuesday, the same day as the disappointing and yawn-inspiring second presidential debate, I joined my lovely girlfriend Shiva Rose to view Chanel's cruise 2013 collection at a replicate of the original fashion show in Versailles this past summer.

Eye-popping, pastel-colored wigs on punk-rock Marie Antoinettes marched down...

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Stylists' Recent Food Frenzy in Rome

(2) Comments | Posted October 15, 2012 | 1:19 PM

A little over a week ago during Milan fashion week, and on our last night in Rome, I invited my trip companions (mother and sister), to a rare dinner as a "thank you" to our mother for taking us along with her to Italy for holiday.

After a stunning evening...

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