Style + Design
We recently paid a visit to a 25-by-136-foot cluster of trees and foliage in SF's Tenderloin. Sporting the clever name The Tenderloin National Forest, this oasis is nestled between a cluster of residential buildings and hotels as a welcome sanctuary in the midst of the gritty neighborhood.
Very few men dare to rock the blazer and shorts look. We like how local web designer Ming Wang pulled it off with a nice mix of colors and patterns from head to toe.
Here in San Francisco, where cold-brewed coffee is practically baby’s milk and connectivity has an inflected meaning, everything is a matter of pride. Many come to visit, but few are lucky enough to call SF home.