The saga of the rich Forresters and the poor Logans is told against the backdrop of the fashion world in Los Angeles. Forrester Creations is the premiere fashion house in the city, thanks to the designing brilliance of Eric Forrester and the money and social grace of his wife, Stephanie Forrester. The ups and downs of their on-again, off-again marriage parallel the stormy lives of all their children, who have shared lovers and spouses with one another and even with their own father. Ridge Forrester is the arrogant oldest son (whose paternity will eventually be called into question); Thorne, the oft-neglected younger son; Kristen, the sweet but sexually-frigid older daughter; Felicia, the wild child. At the center of many of these storms is the Logan family. Beth Logan, the matriarch, has always carried a torch for Eric. Her three daughters include Brooke, the willful and sexually promiscuous oldest; Donna, the ditsy model; and Katie, who has always felt overshadowed by her more ...
Did You Know?
Art imitating life: The Forrester Mansion as seen on TV was modeled after the real life mansion of series creators William J. Bell
and Lee Phillip Bell
(once owned by Howard Hughes) whereas the estate of their son Bradley Bell
served as the model for the house of Brooke Logan. The backdrop shots of two other sets belong to houses owned by the Bell dynasty, though the belonging sets used on the show share no similarities with reality: The house of William J. Bell Jr.
and his wife 'Maria Arena Bell' serves as the Bel Air Mansion of Ridge and Taylor Forrester, actress Lauralee Bell
calls the Marone Mansion home in real life. See more
I am not unaware of your charm and your reputation.
How you use women. How you love them, and leave them.
Now where did you hear that?
I know that my daughter can quite easily become infatuated with you, and just as easily end up as one of your discarded conquests. But Caroline is my only daughter, my only child and I desperatley want for her happiness. And I would do everything in power to see to it that she does not get hurt.
Referenced in Avenue Montaigne
High Upon This Love
Written by Jack Allocco
and David Kurtz
Played by Eric Marienhtal See more