Style + Design
7x7 editors reveal what they're crushing on this week.
No more bleacher seats for you, fancypants. This time you can get good and lit watching Michael Morse hit another homer, all from the comfort of the swanky new Gotham Clubhouse. In the Bay Area's continuing trend of stadium chic, AT&T Park just revealed the latest installment to their roster of high-end experiences. Christened the Gotham Clubhouse, in honor of the Giants' original team name, it opens to the public tomorrow, Friday, July 25, kicking off the SF-LA series.
This contemporary three-story penthouse (yes, three!) is the cherry on top of the historic Mint Collection’s Sliver Building. Plus, it's just a stone’s throw away from Blue Bottle Cafe and The Cavalier—ahhh, the good life.
There's nothing more unprofessional than getting post-Soul Cycle back sweat on your Airbook. It stinks. No, it really stinks. Which is why Allen Choi, a former Incase industrial designer, dreamed up the Aer Duffel Pack, a dufflebag-backpack that keeps your expensive office equipment and stank gym clothes together in one bag, separately.
Local clothing manufacturer BetaBrand—home of the cordaround and metallic tracksuits, the latter a favorite among burners trying to discover themselves at Black Rock—workshops many of its new designs by throwing them on BetaBrand.com under the ThinkTank feature. A recent success of this Kickstarterish platform is a new line of Gay Jeans. Allow us to explain.
The fashion industry’s best makeup artist isn’t in LA or NY. He’s right here in San Francisco. Victor Cembellin is an internationally renowned M∙A∙C Cosmetics Senior Artist—and a devoted Bay Area resident.
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