Los Angeles is known for its picturesque sunsets -- plain and simple. Thank you smog! Few cities are fortunate to have such epic arrays of color across the sky. Whether you are watching from the shore in Santa Monica or atop a high hill in Los Feliz, each view casts a beautiful glow on the city of angels.
In choosing a setting for an amazing DTLA sunset we headed to the Sixth Street Viaduct – which connects downtown to Boyle Heights. The bridge was built in 1932 as an overpass to the Los Angeles River – and the view of downtown is unsurpassed.
The sharp outlines of the buildings standout against the array of glowing light. In the immediate view, the renovated arts district of downtown -- on to the crisp buildings of the downtown skyline. This urban landscape is just on the edge of city line, at a moment when day is bordering night in the golden hour.
In this shoot I’m sporting a simple Jack Spade tee over True Religion’s Geno Slim Straight Jeans. I love the tapered cut and bleach wash – which has been ever so trendy this summer. I paired with Valentino cameo espadrilles for bold yet casual daytime look.