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WeHo's Art & Design Walk features a jam-packed day two

March 27, 2010 |  9:37 am
Ang Day two of West Hollywood's annual Art & Design Walk shopping event kicks off Saturday morning, featuring new product launches, gallery shows, shopping discounts and food and entertainment hosted by individual showrooms located on Melrose Avenue, Beverly Boulevard and Robertson Boulevards -- west of La Cienega Boulevard.

The event committee changed the date of the walk this year -- from June to March, to avoid the summer heat and have it coincide with the Pacific Design Center's market week, West Week.

The schedule for Saturday, March 27, includes complimentary hair consultations at Marco Pelusi Hair Studio; free watch appraisals at Second Time Around Watch Company; all-day didgeridoo performances at Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery; a display of late-life paintings by Andy Warhol at the Guy Hepner art gallery, along with prints and paintings by Damien Hirst and Russell Young, Mr. Brainwash, David LaChapelle and Banksy; 15% off all merchandise at designer vintage store Sielian's Vintage Apparel (Sielian will be in the store from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. offering gratis complimentary styling sessions); free astrological charts at Crystalarium; a celebration of the birthday of Dr. Seuss at mens' boutique Alpha; and complimentary cupcakes and champagne at Coco De Mer's "Mad Hatter’s Tease Party."

And as a special treat, Steinway Piano Gallery will be hosting pianists Yana Resnick and Anna von Urbans, who will perform the works of Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Barber and Albeniz.

For a complete list of events, visit the event's website.

-- Emili Vesilind

Photo: Angelina Jolie as depicted by artist Mr. Brainwash, on display at the Guy Hepner gallery. Credit: Guy Hepner