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SF Fashion and Beauty Events


Courtesy of Loyal Army Clothing

What:
Loyal Army’s “Party for the Pets”

When:
7 p.m., Oct. 16

Where:
Loyal Army Clothing, 1728 Haight St., 415-897-9797
 
Why:
Adopt a dog or cat on the spot while celebrating Loyal Army’s launch of their new line of animal rights-themed graphic totes and t-shirts. The party, featuring food, drinks and a raffle, benefits Rocket Dog Rescue, a non-profit group dedicated to saving homeless and abandoned animals in the Bay Area. RSVP by October 9 to rsvp@loyalarmy.com. 


Courtesy of HeidiSays

What:
Paul Mayer Trunk Show

When:
11 a.m.- 8 p.m., Oct. 16

Where:
HeidiSays Shoe Salon, 2105 Fillmore St., 415-409-6850

Why:
Show your support during Breast Cancer Awareness month in style. Purchase tickets for a raffle to win certificates to your favorite SF restaurants and spas. All raffle ticket sales and a portion of accessory purchases made during the event go towards the Breast Cancer Emergency Fund of San Francisco. 


Courtesy of Makeup Gourmet

What:
Makeup Gourmet’s Cosmetic Counter Survival Seminar and Complimentary Makeup Application

When:
1-6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 25
(Seminar 1-2 p.m., makeup applications 2-6 p.m.)

Where:
Nordstrom San Francisco Centre, 865 Market St., 415-243-8500 ext. 1419 (for reservations)

Why:
Learn the latest beauty tips and tricks from Chris Scott, a.k.a. The Makeup Gourmet (host of local cable TV’s Makeup Gourmet program),  who will be presenting a one-hour seminar featuring highlights from the third edition of his book, Cosmetic Counter Survival Guide, How to Buy the Right Skincare and Makeup. Afterwards, receive a complimentary mini-makeover. 


Courtesy of CCA  

What:
California College of the Arts Radical Jewelry Makeover Exhibit and Sale

When:
Oct. 22 to Nov. 9 

Where:
Velvet da Vinci, 2015 Polk St., 510-205-5694

Why:
Do your part to clean up the environment by purchasing jewelry crafted by the students and faculty of CCA’s Jewelry/Metal Arts Program who have created recycled pieces made from donated metal goods. Sales will benefit Ethical Metalsmiths, an SF-based organization that aims to inform and connect people with responsibly sourced materials.