Rodeo Drive Walk of Style
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
The Rodeo Drive Walk of Style® was introduced in 2003 by the City of Beverly Hills and the Rodeo Drive Committee to honor style legends for their contributions to the worlds of fashion and entertainment.
Selected by an independent group of representatives from the media, entertainment and fashion industries, the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style® honors industry leaders with a lasting tribute that commemorates their life-long achievements. Honorees are presented with permanent plaques featuring their personal quotes and signatures, which are then embedded into the sidewalks along Rodeo Drive.
Recipients of the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style® Award have celebrated this distinguished honor with star-studded awards ceremonies at landmark Beverly Hills locations including Rodeo Drive, the Beverly Hills Post Office and Beverly Hills City Hall.
The symbol for the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style®, a sculpture entitled “Torso,” created by world-renowned artist Robert Graham, has become a focal point of the famed street. Standing 14-feet tall at the intersection of Rodeo Drive and Dayton Way, “Torso” is made from solid aluminum blocks and mounted on a bronze pedestal. As part of the induction, each recipient receives a maquette of "Torso", also designed by Mr. Graham, as the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style® Award.