It is so easy to spend hours peering through virtual windows onto design in blogs and web sites. So why not get out of your office chair and take a walk this week around the “La Cienega Design Quarter?” Shops and showrooms, located around the intersection of La Cienega and Melrose,  will host the now annual Legends of Design, a three-day smorgasbord of events, exhibits and panels about art, fashion and design whose theme this year is design inspired by travel.

In addition to booksignings by the likes of Muriel Brandolini (The World of Muriel Brandolini: Interiors) and Maryam Montague (Marrakesh By Design), talks and panels on such topics as “Secrets of a Master Upholsterer” to “Trunk Show and High Tea, Bollywood Style,” as well as design inspired by Morocco, England and Cuba, you can also take a wander past actual storefront windows, created with travel in mind by a sparking list of designers. Shown left, “Paris,” at Compas,  by Joan Behnke; right, India is the theme at Dragonette, by Alissa Sutton.

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