Photo: Via Architectural Digest
We're already a week into September, but the mind-numbing heat has us believing it's still summer. So, what better way to snap back into reality and kick off a new season than some really juicy headlines? From a five-star wardrobe service arriving in the City of Angels to the infamous "Val party" house from Clueless going on sale, check out the must-know stories that may have slipped your radar this past week!
Take a look inside Gisele and Tom Brady's home in Brentwood. The eco-friendly abode is made of recycled components, environmentally friendly construction materials, and solar panels. Oh, and it has a moat. (Architectural Digest)
Looking to give your clothes the VIP treatment? Well, here's your chance! Luxury closet concierge Garde Robe is coming to L.A. this month, offering high-end closet storage, luggage packing, around-the-world shipping, expert organizers, and a slew of other amenities. (Racked L.A.)
A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey reported that Southern California is at risk for a tsunami, noting that a theoretical 9.1 quake off Alaska could flood Long Beach and parts of O.C., and force 750,000 residents to evacuate. (Los Angeles Times)
Clueless fans — this one's for you! The "Val party" house from the classic 1995 film is now on sale. So, if you can round up $825,000, don't miss your chance to purchase a piece of L.A. film history! (Curbed L.A.)
Our ex-mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has a new job! He'll be senior advisor for nutritional-products company Herbalife, counseling its board on business development and global community outreach. (Huffington Post)