Turk+Taylor, Six Years Strong, Party On
Better late than never, says Turk+Taylor of their official launch party this week. The six-year-old San Francisco eco-fashion sweetheart is finally having a party for you to meet, or re-meet, the brand. And they're going big.
Designed and manufactured in San Francisco, Turk+Taylor sources organic, sustainable, vintage and recycled materials, like hand-dyed t-shirts, windbreakers made out of hot air balloon materials, and clothes from navy blankets and unused vintage stock. The result is men and women's collections that are tailored and unique, with a modern message.
Join the design duo behind it all, Andrew Soernsen and Mark Lee Morris, this week for a party and runway show featuring looks from the current Autumn/Winter 2011 collection and the Spring/Summer 2012 collection crafted from African prints, silk, linen, and vintage Vietnam-era parachutes.
An open bar, live music by Adonisaurus, food trucks, and who knows what other surprises will celebrate six years of sustainable success.
Turk+Taylor Official Launch Party
Thursday, Nov. 17, 6 p.m. Fashion show at 7:30 p.m.
Steven Wolf Fine Arts, 2747 19th Street at Bryant
RSVP at turkandtaylor.com
Sam Durbin (email@example.com) is a California lifestyle writer who honed her blogging skills as Editor of FabSugar.com. Sam graduated from The Fashion Institute of Technology, and also writes for 7x7 Magazine and Gilt City.
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