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12.11 - GOOD MORNINGS Women's Breakfast at Soho House West Hollywood

A safe space to network with women. This month we'll have Dr. Deepika Chopra, Optimism Doctor, and Janet Wood, Executive Coach, lead us in a year end, and look to 2019 session of gratitude and planning ahead. 

12.15 - Dreamhaus 5th Annual Toy Drive @ CAAM

Dreamhaus LA presents its 5th Annual Toy Drive, "A Motion Picture of 100 Black Kids Creating the World" on Saturday, December 15th from 7-9pm at CAAM!

NO RSVP REQ *Suggested DONATIONS for Ages 11-15 years old.

12.15 - Akasa Holiday Gift Shop

Support our friends and non-profit Akasa for a special Holiday Sale with Stephen Kenn and Beks Opperman.

Stephen Kenn Loft 
985 Mcgarry Street, 90021. Look for the open garage door(s)

Shop and Support Akasa!
100% of Sales go directly to supporting our Mission & Vision

12.16 - The Ruby St. Vintage Holiday Market

Vintage clothing and home goods, a couple of food vendors for a snack or two and the perfect opportunity for last minute holiday shopping!

10% of profits will be going to families affected by the California fires this last year

BETTER: Business

"BETTER: Business”  is a three-month event series to help navigate real needs when it comes to bettering your business.




Amel Monsur, former Creative Director of VICE Media

Amel Monsur, former Creative Director of VICE Media

I am an immigrant, a naturalized citizen. English is my second language. I have major FOB tendencies that come out, like cool mom syndrome where I’ll try to translate a euphemism and it’s just not working. Or when I’m sick, my cravings are totally African things.
Angela Koh, Market Editor, T Magazine

Angela Koh, Market Editor, T Magazine

I went back to looking for a fashion internship, and that’s when I got an internship at Elle. Kristen Shirley interviewed me. The whole time I thought I was going to be the closet intern, but she said, “I’m Kate Lanphear’s assistant, so you’ll be her intern.” And I was like, “Excuse me?” That’s kind of when everything started for me because Kate became my mentor.

Alelli Tanghal, Art Director & Illustrator, Doubleday & Cartwright

Alelli Tanghal, Art Director & Illustrator, Doubleday & Cartwright

My taste and the decisions that I make are probably what make me different, but I believe this applies to all creatives. Our taste writes the tone for the work we produce. Usually mine involves some aspect of humor, at least that’s the type of work that I’m drawn to. I also think that we curate our own creative circles, and that can lead to some unique results.


BETTER: Business, Business Coaching

"BETTER: Business”  is a three-month event series (one day a month in Oct, Nov & Dec) to help navigate real needs when it comes to bettering your business. 

October - BUSINESS COACHING: Kristan Sargeant through identifying your core values



Our GOOD MORNINGS Breakfast hosted with Soho House hosted at Art Share LA.



Los Angeles - Oct 11-13, 2018, BACK TO THE BALLOT was a three-day event focused on voter awareness. The exhibition and programming will include an art gallery entitled Protest, as curated and hosted by Art Share LA and conversations with figureheads and thought leaders in the Los Angeles area.

Our purpose was to encourage voter registration as well as provide information on voting rights in a safe space and open forum as we approach November 6th.


#TWOISBETTER Photo Exhibition

Los Angeles - March 2017, We photographed (with Shannon Brown) and interviewed some of our favorite duos and creative couples. They ranged from coworkers at Soho House's membership team, run by two women Callie & Chelsea, to mother and son, Janae and King Roubleau. Opening reception was held on February 24, 2018 at Pakkard Studio and ran through March 4th. The interviews will be featured in our third print issue By Way of Los Angeles. 


#FEMININEPRODUCT Art Exhibition Featuring 16 Female Artists

Los Angeles - March 2017, In collaboration with Creative Rec Womens, we gathered sixteen female artists from around the country to share the work under the banner of what it means to be a female in our society today.


#GOODMORNINGS with Soho House West Hollywood

Los Angeles - Monthly, a breakfast series with Soho House West Hollywood and By Way of Us where Sarah Kim and Chelsea Welsh invite their "real ones" and those invited women share intentional conversation in a safe place.

BY WAY OF BROOKLYN Issue 002 Launch Party at Sincerely Tommy

Brooklyn - April 2017, We celebrated the launch of our second issue with Kai Avent de-Leon of S,T who was also featured in issue and Dan of ST Coffee in Bed Stuy.


Sweetgreen Williamsburg x BY WAY OF BROOKLYN Issue 001 Opening

Brooklyn - December 2014, By Way of Brooklyn friends and family were invited to be the first to have a salad at Sweetgreen's first Brooklyn location. We shared the first issue and hand painted terra cotta pots and various seedlings 


Brooklyn - July 2013, Showing off our collab tees and totes, we threw a fundraiser to help raise money for our first print issue. All with beer and tie dye.


BY WAY OF BROOKLYN x Soho House New York, What We Make Market

New York - April 2013, Gathering our favorite New York makers and brands to create special collaborative pieces only available that evening for the taking. Totes, tees and spoke cards by LQQK Studio, Special BWOB x Steve's Ice Cream, illustrations by Danah Kim, Customized fragrances by SW Basics and a special spice by Greenpoint Trading Co.