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Link Love: Marc Jacobs To Dress Miss Piggy, JPG To Leave Hermès and NUDE Goes To Court

Interesting sound bites to start your weekend …

Are times getting so desperate that designers are taking to dressing puppets? People reports that Marc Jacobs may be creating a couture look for Miss Piggy. Really?

Our favorite outlandish French designer is rumored to be leaving Hermès. Fashion Week Daily has the word on Jean Paul Gaultier’s resignation.

What's the Deal: Heart's Desire Jewelry, Spa Deals and more...

So, like, what's your deal, anyway? Here are ours:

Spa Radiance: You’ll save 50 percent on all nail appointments booked with this Cow Hollow day spa’s newest nail technician through Sept. 15. Ask for Kim when you make your appointment.

Look of the Week: What to Wear to the Opera...in Stern Grove

This Sunday marks the end of one of our absolute favorite things about San Francisco: Stern Grove Festival season. This year, they're ending on a high note by having the San Francisco Opera perform gratis amidst wine-fuzzy culture aficionados and a seriously magical forest...affirming that it really isn't over until the fat lady sings. So, let's get down to business. What does one wear to such a unique event? It's the opera—generally a high-brow event, but it's in a park and in a city with less than predicable weather. But you're in luck because we think we've found just the thing:

Link Love: Weird Baggy Hose, Discount Codes Galore, Avril Won't Pay Models

Via the Coveted, we ponder the arrival of Wolford’s new baggy, footless stocking with equal parts shock and awe.

Fashion Orbit always makes us (and our wallets) giddy with its extensive weekly roundup of online discount codes.

Link Love: The Latest Bag Craze, Miss Universe and Vintage Betsey

Daily reads from our feeds...

The Cut gives us a good reason to watch the bedazzled train wreck that is the Miss Universe pageant. (Hint: think André Leon Talley and Heidi Montag)

Newly-released vintage Betsey Johnson videos make us fall in love with the 80s and 90s over and over again (via Fashionista)

W Magazine spends 5 minutes with the man responsible for MObama's temporary "bob".

5 Things We Love at New People

In case you haven’t heard, The City’s newly arrived pop-culture attraction New People opened over the weekend in Japantown to hoards of Harajuku lovers, anime fans and film-goers. The 20,000-square-foot complex complete with a movie theater, art gallery, café and retail shops showcasing Japanese street fashion brands is three stories of wall-to-wall eye candy (seriously, even the walls in the stairwells are worth peeking at).

We popped in yesterday for a look. Our favorite floor? Fashion-driven level 2, of course. Here are five things we loved:

1. The intriguingly coquettish pastel-hued lace parasols at Baby, The Stars Shine Bright.

Our Pick of the Litter: Fave Etsy Local Offerings

An online treasure trove for all things handmade and vintage, Etsy is one of our top go-to sources when we want to break away from our fast fashion fixes and opt for something unique but still inexpensive. After scouring SF's Etsy Local shop for this month's round-up, we wanted to share what's impatiently waiting in our shopping cart:

 

 

 

 


1. High Waisted Skirt from alyssabird, $45: Show off your sun-kissed stems with this voluminous vintage-inspired skirt.

 

Link Love: King of Pop Clothing Line, Dakota Fanning All Grown Up and the It Girl Quiz

Daily reads from our feeds …

We just can’t seem to let Michael Jackson rest in peace. Racked has the skinny on the King of Pop’s posthumous clothing line with Ed Hardy designer Christian Audigier.

15 going on 30? Dakota Fanning joins the ranks of Emma Watson and other precocious teen stars looking oh so beautiful and grown up. (via NYT)

The New Noo Thing: Nooworks Store Opens

Fans of local fashion take note: there’s something entirely noo happening in the Western Addition today. No, that’s not a typo. We’re referring to the opening of the Nooworks store, the first retail space from San Francisco-based designer Jennifer D’Angelo.

Link Love: Orange is the New Red and The $72,753.98 Balenciaga Dress

We know. It's Monday. Sorry about that. But at least you can start your week off with some good reads from our feeds…

To celebrate their fifth anniversary, T Magazine enlisted the likes of Jeff Koons, Frank Gehry and Alber Elbaz to have their way with the issue, and the results are simply smashing.

No funds to go on a whirlwind European shopping spree this summer? Save the airplane fare and check out our latest e-commerce obsession, farfetch.com.

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