It may not be 28 Barbary Lane, but as the longtime home of one of San Francisco's most beloved authors, it's pretty damn close.
Think San Francisco lacks in style? Lorraine Sanders begs to differ. The local writer has covered every square inch of San Francisco's thriving fashion scene for over 10 years. From her popular blog, SF Indie Fashion, to her latest endeavor interviewing those at the "intersection of fashion, entrepreneurship, sustainability, and technology" for the Spirit of 608 podcast, Lorraine is an expert on San Francisco style.
Living a creative lifestyle while balancing a nine-to-five job means that days are full and nights run long. Whether it’s putting in hours at the office or sharpening your creative edge, an outfit that works with (not against) you is key.
If it's a fashionable way to spend, and happening in the Bay Area, we're talking about it on Shop Talk.
Just when we thought there were still a couple neighborhoods left where a girl can live for a modest price in San Francisco, we heard about this record-breaking deal.
Anyone familiar with the many Breton stripes and classic color palette of eco-fashion brand Amour Vert knows well its French influence. Created by native Parisian and Palo Alto resident Linda Balti, along with her husband Christoph Frehsee, the San Francisco–based brand combines legendary Parisian taste with a Californian philosophy.
It’s no coincidence that Josh and Lauren Podoll, the husband-and-wife team behind the eco-chic label The Podolls, first met at a San Francisco boutique dedicated to the art of handcrafted apparel (the North Beach denim institution AB Fits).
For photographer Maria del Rio, 31, living and working her magic for design luminaries in San Francisco has been a dream come true.
In need of a sanctuary that offers escape from the concrete jungle? This Marina house might be your golden ticket.
Interior designer Jacqueline Palmer is a woman with a beautiful vision. In 2014, the soft-spoken Santa Cruz native launched her celebrated blog, A Design Lifestyle; a whirlwind year later, she quit a steady gig creating multi-million-dollar interiors for private clients to design for people like herself.