Plus, Turkish rugs slay at omgee prices, Anna Sheffield brings her bling to town, and Malia Mills is in the swim.
(Courtesy of Malia Mills)
Make it a summer Reset this weekend—with a Malia Mills shopping spree.
All hail the bra-sized bikini, mix-and-match swim separates and lingerie-inspired maillots. Check out the signatures of longtime designer-slash-goddess Malia Mills for yourself on Saturday and Sunday, April 28 and 29 (1 to 5pm). The M-squared trunkshow at the Reset pop-up in Hayes Valley features the latest styles in pop colors and sizes 1–16, cups A–F. (We're stalking the vintage-y Majorette Bottom.) Libations, a DJ, makeovers from Lilah B, and shopping the Reset's own minimalist closet essentials round out the offerings. Splish-splash! // 445 Hayes St, (Hayes Valley), maliamills.com, thereset.com
Warby Parker and SF Ballet pas de deux.
When it comes to the new ballet Otherness, San Francisco Ballet is seeing cool. So are the dancers who are sporting Warby Parker sunglasses for all the performances, which run through May 4. The ballet, part of Unbound: A Festival of New Works, is an abstract Romeo and Juliet story set in a Wes Anderson-like world. "The way Warby Parker uses art and design to nurture and uplift the community aligns closely with my values and the San Francisco Ballet's. The eyeglasses symbolize the way we're programmed to see the world," explains choreographer Myles Thatcher. The shades of choice: the Haskell ($95), available for purchase in all WP's SF stores. See, who cares if you can't grand jeté—you can still look like a bunhead. // 357 Hayes St. (Hayes Valley) and 216 Stockton St. (Union Square), warbyparker.com
(Courtesy of Anna Sheffield)
Anna Sheffield freaks: Hightail it to No. 3.
No. 3, Jenny Chung's sweet jewelry boutique in Russian Hill, is hosting a spring trunkshow with Anna Sheffield on Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 28. The preferred ring designer of cool girls from coast to coast will be on hand with a slew of her diamond rings and nesting bands. Now's your chance to discuss your dream bling with the master herself. Plus, there will be a selection of one-of-a-kind loose diamonds and unique settings so you can play designer, too. Bubbly will be served. RSVP/schedule a personal appointment at email@example.com. Friday hours 5pm–8pm; Saturday hours noon–8pm. //1987 Hyde St. (Russian Hill), shopno3.com
(Courtesy of And Comfort)
Girls of all sizes need stylish essentials. And Comfort.
A new SF fashion label called And Comfort just launched its first capsule collection made up of four easy pieces: a Mandarin collar tunic, pima cotton tee, apron dress, and wrap skirt. Styles are minimalist, sizes are 10–28, and prices range from $45–$140. The mission is to inspire women of varying shapes to delight in the everyday, to make dressing fun and, yes, comfortable. Everything is made from luxe natural fibers, including organic cotton poplin. Founder Karine Hsu was moved to create the line for modern plus-size women who don't have the wealth of clothing choices she thinks they should. Growing up, it was heartbreaking for Hsu to watch her mom struggling to find clothes that fit and that she loved. Clearly, no longer the case. // Shop online, andcomfort.com
(Courtesy of Revival Rugs)
Who says you have to travel to Turkey to get a deal on a great rug?
Home design freaks and ordinary folk seeking quality vintage Turkish rugs need not look further than SF e-brand Revival Rugs. Like a jillion brilliant ideas before it, this one was born of a real-life problem: Cofounders and married couple Ben (also cofounder of Brooklinen) and Amber Hyman wanted to find a handmade rug at a fair price. No easy task, as it turns out, if spending thousands isn't part of the plan. A few months and a honeymoon trip to Istanbul later, Revival Rugs was born and connecting consumers—sans middlemen—to beautiful one-of-a-kind, vintage rugs at reasonable prices (starting at $116). The all-important last piece of the puzzle? Revival's other cofounders, Joyce Kong and Kurt Korkmaz. They're based in Turkey and way hip to the ins and outs of the country's complicated modern-day antique rug market and the best sources. // Shop online revivalrugs.com and IRL at SF's Batch (1648 Pacific Ave.).