What is San Francisco style? Street-smart SOMA casual or Pacific Heights haute couture? It's Hitchcock blond meets Haight Street hippy. It's everything from designer jeans to ball gowns, and in the case of Sonya Molodetskaya, both at the same time. Maybe we can't pinpoint exactly what we mean by San Francisco style, but we do know that the tastemakers of our City are a vibrant group of men and women who are redefining it day by day. Here we take a look at nine such women who we think will shape fashion in the year to come.
So it's a little breezy out and you're not feeling that festive mini skirt — we totally understand. In anticipation of December 31 we've gathered three of our favorite menswear-inspired looks from local bloggers plus our favorite pieces to get the looks, stat!
As the new year approaches, and the holidays take a stranglehold of our time, the glorious Miss Sonya Molodetskaya, featured here monthy on 7x7, wasn't as active on social media as usual. Understandable. But we look forward to seeing more of her and what she dreams up in 2015. Here are some new shots, as well as old, that are required viewing for any local sartorialist.
Currently San Francisco’s most expensive home on the market, this neoclassical, revival-style mansion offers a private oasis in the heart of the city.
This holiday season, we don't want you mingling under the mistletoe in anything short of fabulous. From statement-making frocks, to 'fits that cleverly mask your Christmas cookie intake, we hand-picked from your favorite SF boutiques for fool-proof party hopping dresses.
Bringing you the latest in retail therapy around the Bay Area.
You'll feel better about 7am bootcamp if you have these bright accessories to motivate you.
This SoMa bachelor pad is simple, masculine, and definitely not overdone.
We checked in with our most stylish friends to see what they have pending at the top of their wish lists. From the hottest designer threads, to opulent experiences that give back — this year is one for the sartorially savvy.
Sleek lines, panoramic views, and a completely on display sitting room are three key selling points to this modern, exhibitionist-friendly Noe Valley masterpiece.