Style + Design
Mild to moderate panic ensued when San Francisco glass sculptor Nikolas Weinstein realized that the borosilicate tubes he required for a mammoth-scale installation of thick, hydra-like tentacles—a whole ocean of them—weren’t going to make it to the Cosmopolitan residential towers in Singapore.
Last week, we spotted Singapore native Simon Teo, rocking two of fall's biggest menswear trends -- grey-on-grey and camo prints.
Originally published on California Home + Design
Having recently signed the dotted line on an apartment lease after four months of searching, subletting, and couch-surfing, I feel like I’ve been around the block (not to mention the city) a few times when it comes to the unrelenting San Francisco house hunt.
Our city is chock-full of interesting people and wild personalities. Overwhelmed by the coolness? Every week we'll pick one standout local we'd love to be friends with to answer seven essential questions about their life in San Francisco.
Bay Area local Erica Tanov started her career in NYC designing silky slips and chemises in 1990, and moved back to Berkeley to open her first shop in 1994. What started as personal "rediscovering" of herself as a designer has turned into a budding lifestyle brand
How would we describe our relationship with Modern Citizen? It's a story of love at first sight. The SF-based e-tailer is still only budding, and we're already completely smitten with their monthly concept collections, office-to-evening-friendly everything, and refreshingly accessible price points.