Trendy Gastronomy and Streetwear Cultures Come Together at L.A.’s Family Style Food Fest

“Fashion is something I’ve always loved, and it sounded like such a great opportunity to work with a designer and learn more about their process,” shared famed French chef Ludo Lefebvre of Los Angeles’ beloved Petit Trois. “I was really excited that this food festival is different from all of the others.”
Lefebvre took part in Family Style Food Fest, a one-of-a-kind event that brought together food and streetwear, at Television City Studios in Los Angeles on Sunday. While serving dishes of their choice, chefs and restaurateurs were invited to present limited-edition merchandise they had created in collaboration with streetwear designers. Those in attendance — largely groups of teenagers and families — had direct access to those pieces, which were sold for the first time on site. General admission costs $ 40, while a VIP ticket was $ 120. 
“I think it’s a great idea to bring together these two, great art forms,” continued the chef. “And I think everyone should look fashionable when they eat.”
The festival, attended by more than 3,000 guests (who waited in long lines for a taste of the food and chance to buy goods), was put together by The Hundreds’ Bobby Kim and Ben Shenassafar, who founded the streetwear

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