Far From Ordinary Content Collective
We are pleased to debut our Far From Ordinary Content Collective – an inclusive group of creative talent who conceive and produce ‘far from ordinary’ original short video features on fashion, wellness, cuisine and art through their own unique perspectives, showcasing Beverly Hills in new and inspiring ways.
Rachel Chen (aka Vintage Dolls)
Rachel Chen – widely known as @VintageDolls and one of Chicago’s most prominent influencers in fashion and lifestyle – has joined the Far From Ordinary Content Collective. Filmed in her signature, vibrant aesthetic, Rachel’s ‘Far From Ordinary’ content takes viewers on a Beverly Hills culinary excursion as she satisfies her sweet tooth with gourmet pastries at Chaumont Bakery, a rose latte in Ladurée’s whimsical surroundings, and cloud-like meringues and decadent milkshakes at Le Mervetty. Rachel also samples Beverly Hills’ Japanese-inspired cuisine – Kazan, Wadatsumi and Tempura Endo – and showcases all that L’Ermitage Beverly Hills has to offer as her Forbes 5-Star home-away-from home.
Kimberly Drew (aka Museum Mammy)
Kimberly Drew - known as @MuseumMammy, former social media manager for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and recently named associate director for Pace Gallery – gives audiences an insiders’ guide to Beverly Hills’ unparalleled arts and culture scene against the backdrop of the international art fair, Frieze, held for the first time in Beverly Hills in February 2022.
Will Taylor (aka Bright Bazaar)
The collective launches with design blogger, Will Taylor, also known as @BrightBazaar. Will has built an aspirational profile around his passion for artistic design and interiors. As someone who is not afraid of color, Will brings a bold and playful tone to the Content Collective with an engaging three-part series. Will’s journey begins by selecting outfits for various adventures that await him in Beverly Hills, followed by his arrival experience at The Maybourne Beverly Hills, and a final video showcasing all the city has to offer during the holiday season, from beautiful gardens and public art to shopping and dining al fresco.
Updated April 18, 2022