ABWA Member Business Spotlight – Sat Purush, Cathy Scarms Interview
Volume 5, Issue 11-2 American Business Women’s Association, June – July 2009
Fashion Week, Friday September 15, 1967, East Indian Scene, Feature
“HIPPIES ARE A BAD SCENE (EVEN THE MOVIES HAVE DISCOVERED THEM NOW). PSYCHEDELICISM HAS ITS AVANT DOWN.
THE BEL-AIR MATRON, THE TEENYBOPPER ARE ALL LOOKING FOR A NEW “HIGH”.
THEY ARE TIRED OF THE OLD SUNSET STRIP SCENE.
THE NEW SCENE IS EAST INDIAN.
THE NEW ATMOSPHERE is meditation, sitar music playing softly over wall to wall stereo, ancient Indian drawings covering the walls, steel sculptures of Buddha hanging form the ceilings, and clothes that are not designed by but because of.
AND THE NEW PLACE: Sat Purush (meaning ‘The Supreme Being’) the latest camping ground of the college crowd (UCLA) and the culturettes (Bel-Air, Bentwood, Pacific Palisades style.)
Located in sleepy little Westwood Village underneath on of the cities more appetizing Indonesian restaurants, The Loft, Sat Purush has the kind of newness that is bringing the AwareGirls inside its doors”