Posts tagged with "Alexandra Quintero"

Chloe Bartoli x Rocket Dog

Celebrity stylist Chloe Bartoli launched her new collection called ‘RD x California Girls’ in collaboration with the footwear company Rocket Dog on June 7, 2018. Bartoli, well-known LA stylist, whose clients include Shay Mitchell, Chanel Iman, Cara Delevingne, and Madison Beer, celebrated her launch of #RDxCaligirls in the heart of Los Angeles at West Hollywood’s Doheny Room. The theme was 90’s house party with neon lights, a custom airbrush t-shirt station, and 90’s style lockers with the entire collection inside.

The event also featured appetizers such as avocado toast, fried chicken sliders, and truffle fries that could be paired with adorably themed custom cocktails such as “The Chloe” which was Hiro Sake on the rocks and “The Rage Getta” which was Revel Tequila with Ginger Beer. The upstairs area housed a dance floor where DJ Ruckus and Caroline D’Amores spun sets with only the best 90’s throwback jams. A few of guests that made their appearance in support of Chloe included Miguel, Paris Jackson, Madison Beer, Miles Richie, as well as various LA bloggers and Instagram Influencers.

Niki Koss x Famous In Love

Niki Koss is an actress, director, photographer, and all around creative visionary.

She is currently reprising her series regular role of Alexis Glenn in the second season of the Freeform drama, “Famous In Love.” “Famous In Love”, created by Marlene King (Freeform’s ‘Pretty Little Liars’), pulls back the curtain into the world of young Hollywood.

Niki recently completed filming “Trafficked” alongside Ashley Judd and “Warning Shot” alongside David Spade and James Earl Jones.  Before that, Niki was seen on the big screen co-starring in the Paramount Pictures film, “Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse” and as the lead in the Lifetime TV movie, “My Stepdaughter”. Her major roles in several independent feature films include: the Terrence Malick produced, “Red Wing,” “The Appearing,” and “Girl on the Edge.”

Aside from her roles on screen, Niki took her talents to another level and co-created and directed the digital series, “Royals” for the Galaxy Generation. The series won the “Best Web Series” and the “Audience Choice” awards at the Laughlin International Film Festival. Niki most recently wrote and directed short film, “La Douleur Exquise”, and shadowed “Pretty Little Liars” alum Troian Bellisario while she directed episode 7 of Niki’s own show, Famous In Love.

Originally from Los Angeles, Niki grew up surrounded by art which encouraged a great deal of creativity throughout her life. At the very young age of 3, Niki told her mom she wanted to be an actress. She started attending theater classes and signed with a youth talent agency and Ford Models. Once Niki turned 17, she fully committed to acting and never looked back.

Niki is a dedicated advocate for causes including animal rescue, giving back to the environment, homelessness and female empowerment, and works frequently with PATH Partners. When she is not working, Niki loves to work more on writing, directing, and photography. She is also a big fan of going to the movies, painting and is a self-proclaimed foodie.

Design Flow x Home Depot

Design Flow today announced the launch of their 100% sustainable Matrix Décor Screens in the U.S. at Home Depot in 60 stores in California and online. They are a major hit in Australia and the UK. DIY, designers, landscapers, contractors and home owners in the U.S. now have an instant option for privacy, screening, and decorating that benefit the planet.

“We are thrilled to partner with Home Depot to offer our line of Matrix Décor Screens here in the U.S.,” said Mark Found, Managing Director, Design Flow. “We believe that consumers in the U.S. will really enjoy the variety and versatility the Matrix Décor Screens offer, just like we have seen in Australia and the UK over the past few years.”

Made in Australia from recycled car bumpers and currency, Matrix Décor Screens bring a new level of design to any indoor setting and enhance any outdoor living space . Marrying 100% sustainability with beauty and function, Matrix Décor Screens are available in over 40 different designs and seven different sizes ranging from 2’x2’ to 4’x8’.

Rather than waiting years for a traditional planting to grow together or purchasing expensive laser cut metal or outdated wooden or vinyl lattice that damage the environment, Matrix Décor Screens provide immediate gratification as a ready-made solution for privacy and design and can be further enhanced with background or recessed lighting that:

  • Will not rot, rust, crack or fade
  • Do not need painting or contain harmful chemicals
  • Easy to maneuver, trim and install
  • Resistant to mold and insects
  • Covered by a 15 year structural warranty

Design trends come and go – but nothing delivers both function, style and sustainability like Matrix Décor Screens – a more modern yet elegantly purposeful design element that can be used indoors or outdoors for wall art, privacy screening or creating accent walls. Check out all the creative design possibilities on YouTube.

About Matrix Decor Screens

Headquartered in Carrum Downs, Victoria, Australia, Design Flow develops Matrix Decor Screens, a line of 100% sustainable decorative privacy panels and screens with a modern edge that are truly, well — groundbreaking — bringing a new level of design to any indoor setting or outdoor landscape.

With its variety of designs in multiple sizes, Matrix Décor Screens provide any home with style and privacy. An affordable alternative to laser cut metal which can cost hundreds of dollars and an upgrade from traditional plastic and wooden lattice, Matrix Decor Screens are currently available at Home Depot in 60 stores in California and online at.

Learn more on the Matrix Decor Screens website or join the conversation on Facebook or Instagram.