What defines an LA Woman?
Jim Morrison’s song, LA Woman, which was recorded between December 1970 and January 1971 may not be the definition of one, but it definitely speaks to the spirit of an LA woman.
— Well, I just got into town about an hour ago
Took a look around, see which way the wind blow
Where the little girls in their Hollywood bungalows
Are you a lucky little lady in The City of Light
Or just another lost angel…City of Night
L.A. Woman, L.A. Woman —
The song was recorded at The Doors Workshop on Santa Monica Blvd in West Hollywood, and it’s been documented that the yellow sheet of lined A4 paper with the lyrics of L.A. Woman written by Jim Morrison, was auctioned in Berkshire, UK for £13,000 on Aug 4, 2010.
LA women may originally come from all over the world, but a sense of style, attitude and a unique spirit draws them together in a way that only LA can.
The +Beryll Women’s Collection offers a range of belts, bags, accessories, cashmeres, leather jackets, sunglasses and apparel that encompass the spirit of an LA woman. The bold yet understated pieces maintain a classic yet edgy feel season after season, not to mention each piece is handcrafted in LA!
A true LA woman could never live without her sunglasses and her leather jacket!
If you pay a visit to the +Beryll store in Santa Monica, you’ll be treated like LA royalty by the team of personal stylists as you shop the collection and find the LA look that works best on you.