Style + Design
Name: Amanda Adams
Job: Physical Therapist Aide in SoMa
What are you wearing? American Apparel jacket and bag, Topshop sunglasses, H&M top and boots, and a Forever 21 hat and yoga pants.
UNIQLO prides itself on creating the best basics in the Bay. A strong marriage of comfort and style produced in every shade of the rainbow provides San Francisco with unlimited options, no matter what the occasion.
If there’s one building in San Francisco that best personifies the mutable culture of San Francisco, it’s 140 New Montgomery. Alexis Madrigal so eloquently declared this in his story for The Atlantic, which breaks down his thesis by stories—not literary, but physical floors—noting its historical significance as the Pac Bell Building, highlights like a visit from Winston Churchill, and its current incarnation as tech and foodie hub with the arrival of Yelp and Trou Normand (plus Aziza is on the way).
Bringing you the latest in retail therapy around the Bay Area.
What better way to commemorate Earth Day than by celebrating the women who make the world go 'round: Moms.
These days, it's simply not enough to have sweeping views of the entire Bay Area to admire from the windows of your humble abode, you also need five separate viewing decks to take it all in from, like this "cray" house does.
Blessed with perfect eyesight, Steven Kilzer is the sole member of his family unburdened by spectacles, and yet, in a grass-is-greener twist of fate, he’s made a living out of handcrafting eyeglass frames. “I’ve always had a fascination with glasses,” says the 27-year-old, who founded his SoMa-based sunglasses studio, Capital Eyewear, four years ago.
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.