Style + Design
Oakland native Teisbe Styles is redefining business casual one detail at a time.
Big props to San Jose. The South Bay-based e-tailer, Anaise, has us mesmerized with their consistent selection of subtle-cool, everyday and super unique finds.
The designer index boasts local artisans as well as emerging talent from NYC and Europe, and each piece is meticulously curated to fit a cohesive look. We can't decide what we like more–the easy peasy, throw-on-and-go frocks, oversized hair barrettes or their incredible selection of oddly shaped, beautifully structured bags.
Originally published on CaliforniaHomeDesign.com
Millions of people from around the world have visited the Golden Gate Bridge just to witness its sheer beauty. When this bridge and its sister bridge, the original San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, were constructed, they were considered to be two of the most impressive engineering feats of the century.
Emory University student and Southern California native Roxanne Swedelson wowed us with her eye-catching printed sheath dress and gorgeous smile.
Figue, a new travel-inspired artisan-centric fashion label by Stephanie Von Watzdorf with chic wares from embroidered caftans, blue rhinestone wing studded army jackets (which are developing quite a following in our windy city), to market bags dazzled with pom poms and beads have been making quite a stir in the fashion world.
Don't let the mustached models and tatted-up store associates fool you -- Self Edge is serious about their denim. Their buyers make a point of knowing the ins and outs of the most elite Japanese denim brands, and bring those top selvege cuts to their lofted Mission boutique so you, too, can geek out on denim.