Style + Design
Last weekend we spotted Derrick Prodigalidad in mixed leather, a feather necklace, and with perfectly parted hair.
The Craftswoman: Brit Morin, Brit + Co. founder and CEO
Brit Morin, the 27-year-old founder and ceo of the craftsy online wonderland Brit + Co., describes her style as “Kate Spade meets Martha Stewart”—an inventive sartorial approach that arose from her frustration with the high cost of pretty things.
For most guys, spring wardrobe cleaning starts with a fresh pair of jeans.
The Junior League of San Francisco hosted their 87th Annual Fashion Showcase—themed "Setting Sail into a New Century"—with a three-day event at Fort Mason, filled with a stellar lineup of events and activities that appealed to a broader group of fashionistas and friends than in years past. It's the longest-running event of its kind in the nation, and has raised millions of dollars in San Francisco and surrounding communities.
Daytime shoppers explored the Fashion Boutique Marketplace, which presented more than two dozen amazing Bay Area merchants over all three days, with fun giveaways for VIP ticketholders from Toss Boutique.
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.
When tech veterans Martha Davis and Susanna Dulkinys met in 2000 at a farmers market outside The Embarcadero’s Café deStijl, the moment was so impactful—as a first encounter with a kindred spirit will be—that Dulkinys can recall specific details of the “très chic and très functional” coat Davis was wearing: bright orange, rip-stop, pockets galore, asymmetrical zipper, Miu Miu. The sartorial note-to-file may have been something of a premonition.