Win These Booties!


GoJane is on a “MISSION” in Southern Cali!

The weather here in SoCal is as finicky as vegans are with…everything they eat. In a single month the climate can move it’s way up and down the thermometer like a stripper working a pole on a Friday night. But we’re not complaining about the influx in temperature. It gives us the opportunity to take advantage of our versatile Californian style. It’s jumpsuits & varsity jackets one day and mini skirts & bandeaus the next. There’s never a dull moment when it comes to our LA weather or wardrobe.

On the day of this particular photoshoot, the sun was knocking at our door like a hyper-active neighbor kid begging for us to come out and play. The sunlight gleamed beautifully through our sheer gear and as an added bonus to the millions of dollars we paid our model, she also went home with a sun-kissed glow.


Does any of the colorful art sprayed on the concrete wall and metal scaffolding look familiar? Were you the urban artist who beautified this once very drab scene? That just may be the only way you’ll guess the location of this week’s editorial photoshoot. We went off the beaten path and may have even done a little trespassing. Oooooh, we’re bad…

So if you consider Los Angeles to be your stomping grounds, then test your knowledge and tell us where in LA this photoshoot took place. Don’t just simply state the city or neighborhood. We want you to be as specific as possible and tell us what landmarks and buildings surround this off-limits area. The first person to comment on this blog post with the correct answer wins a pair of the booties featured on the mode! Good luck!

33 thoughts on “Win These Booties!

  1. The Concrete spillways of the L.A. River between the 1st and 7th Street Bridges, East of Downtown L.A.

  2. I hope this is it: Los Angeles River between S. Downey Rd.and Bandini Rd. (bridge showing in picture) in Vernon, CA. The bridge behind Bandini Blvd. shown in picture is S. Soto St. (with the Y-shapes). Photo is taken on the south side of the river between the two roads.

  3. The more I viewed the pics, the more I thought of the movie Grease! The famous race scene on the Dry River Bed of the Los Angeles River, east side of Downtown Los Angeles. Landmark: The 6th St Bridge.

  4. L.A. River bridge from Victory Blvd. in Glendale to the Pacific Ocean in Long Beach; the 405 freeway :) It is historical for being the passage back in earlier time to transport items through river passage. A historical land mark by it is Great Wall of Los Angeles.

  5. That’s in Downtown LA in the washes by the First street Bridge. They used to have car races back in the day down there. A lot of movies were also filmed there.

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