Specializing in textile fashions for women, Duet Laguna provides unique, artistic clothing. Handmade by local…More artisans and only crafted in the United States, many pieces are created through various methods and materials not often seen in boutiques. Hand-woven and hand-dyed fabrics are often used, as is antique cloth, and pieces available can be referred to as "wearable art."</p>
<p>Having received an award from the American Craft Council, Duet Laguna's artists and designers create one-of-a-kind pieces including shawls, scarves and jackets. Some clothing items are convertible as well, meaning they can be worn in different ways for various looks.</p>
Church by the Sea 468 Legion St, Laguna Beach, CA92651 The Church by the Sea is an Evangelical church. It has ministries for all ages and both men and women's groups. The…More church features multiple bands of different genres. The inside of the building is decorated with work from local artists. Weekly services are held on Sundays at 8:30am and 10:30am.
A purveyor of fine jewelry and eclectic, high-end gifts, Joshi and Baca Laguna Beach has a selection of items sure to…More please both men and women. The jewelry is made with fine metals - silver, yellow and white gold and platinum - and a variety of jewels - rubies, sapphires and emeralds - can be found in their pieces, but most notable are the yellow diamonds. Custom designs are the specialty.</p>
<p>The stained glass windows surrounding the building flood the interior with rich, saturated light and illuminate the gemstone globes that are for sale. Joshi and Baca carries many blown-glass art pieces from local artists, and Swiss Army knives and watches can be found here.</p>
The George gallery owes its name to Aurora Dupin - the literary figure who wrote under the male pseudonym…More George Sand. Taking her lead, we celebrate women artists’ delicate and indelicate subversions of content and form, message and medium.</p>
<p>The George gallery represents women artists who create within a wide range: Some boldly portray aggressive sexuality and parodies of domesticity while others deliver art that is, like Ms. Sand’s, uncannily and ironically gender neutral.</p>