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Jeffrey Campbell for Convert, Season Five

It's been a while since Jeffrey Campbell debuted his exclusive vegan shoe collection for Berkeley's Convert boutique. The collaboration continues, and expands, with a fifth season and 14 individualistic styles made from biodegradable fibers, synthetic leathers and dead-stock fabrics, only available at Convert.

Look of the Week: The Tribal Print Clutch

Turning trends you love into time-tested staples is simply about finding new ways to incorporate them into your seasonal wardrobe. 

SF Street Style: Local Artist Charmaine Olivia, Dressed in Black, at The Shooting Gallery

Last Saturday, I caught up with local artist, Charmaine Olivia, at the opening of her first SF solo show, Ritual, (on display through February 4) at The Shooting Gallery. The artist donned a gorgeous, black, floor-length dress with cut-out details, Jeffrey Campbell pumps and her signature mix of eclectic jewelry (some of which is currently on display as part of her show).

Women's Look of the Week: 10 Bold Loafers for Bay City Walking

This season, color, texture and embellishments transform the classically androgynous loafers into strong, feminine footwear. With prints, patent and pony-hair, these 10 tradtionally preppy flats are SF-perfect and anything but boring.

ACRE/SF Brings Clothing + Coffee to North Beach

Calling all bridge & tunnelers, tourists and yes, even you locals -- there's a new reason to head out to North Beach, and it's not for a night of epic boozing, but rather, for a daytime tryst. That's right, take a little urban hike out to Acrimony's amazing new sister-store, ACRE/SF, a cafe-clothier that recently opened on Telegraph Hill.

For her latest retail endeavor, local fashion darling Jenny Chung chose to open a concept store that incorporates the little pleasures in life: clothing, accessories and a good cup of coffee. Twice the size of Acrimony, the loftly new storefront houses a full boutique and cafe, serving keenly fresly brewed Blue Bottle coffee, an assortment of bottled beverages, daily pastries from House of Bagels, and even some It's-Its ice creams sandwiches. That's right, ladies and gents -- shopping just got a lot sweeter.

SF Street Style: Sisters in Beachy-Hip and Boho-Chic Looks at the Ferry Building

 

Last week at the Ferry Building, I spotted Sophie and Kelley Hoang -- sisters with two very different styles. Sophie, who was in town from Huntington Beach, had a very LA, beachy-hip look going, while her Kelley was more appropriately dressed for the ever unpredicatble weather we're blessed with in SF.

SF Street Style: Hippie Festival Style in the Ferry Building

Courtney Durler is a Headlsburg native, who's been enjoying summer break with weekend play in SF. I caught her while shopping at the Ferry Building, and noticed her fun, festival girl look.

SF Street Style: A Thrifted Leather Jacket, Killer Light Blue Balenciaga Bag + Summer Cut-out Oxfords at Off The Grid

Here's Linna Trinh, looking fabulous at Off The Grid, Fort Mason. Bay Area summer's are all about layering, and this look hits all the right lengths. Linna's ultra-cool, cream leather jacket has such a great cut, and a nice, relaxed fit. I couldn't believe she found it at a thrift store -- talk about a major score! It just goes to show, you can mix designer pieces (check out Linna's Balenciaga bag below) with thrift store finds, to make a composed, down-to-Earth look.

Jeffrey Campbell + Convert = An Exclusive Eco Equation

If there were a time to venture to Berkeley, it would be now. 1809B Fourth Street to be exact. Amidst the promenade, lives sustainable clothing and accessory boutique, Convert. They do innovative eco things and the latest involves LA-based shoe designer Jeffrey Campbell and dead-stock fabrics.

Look of the Week: White Wedges

When it comes to statement shoes, white is the new red. We love both the neutrality, and pop that come with a great white. And, of course, we adore wedges for their comfort and versatility -- not to mention their super lengthening powers. White wedges are a subtly striking combination, and we're guessing your new go-tos.

Whether you're going for a bright, clean white, or opting for more of an off-white, these kicks will add a refreshing accent to any Spring look. And with that, we present 7 white wedges we love.

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