1. Tory Burch: Accessories is now open at Westfield SF Centre. The 1,300 square-foot boutique is the first of the brand's accessories only shops, bursting with the iconic ballet flats and beloved leather bags. Our picks from the fall collection are above, and remember, you can still get TB clothing at the store on Maiden Lane.
Hold on to your britches, San Francisco. Country megastar Keith Urban is playing a FREE show in tiny Maiden Lane later this month, and we suspect hundreds of closet country fans will be coming out of the woodwork to catch a glimpse.
Although he's most likely in town to be near his sweetheart Nicole Kidman as she films her Ernest Hemingway HBO movie, that's not stopping him from breaking out the acoustic guitar for a super-intimate solo performance for the downtown crowd on Saturday, March 26. It'll be short and sweet ––just 30 minutes––and it starts right after lunch at 1 pm (if you need Union Square lunch ideas, we've got 'em).
SF Luxe revels in Joy Bianchi’s private collection of vintage couture.
Adding to the spate of recent retail changes in Union Square, we hear Yves Saint Laurent will likely close on Maiden Lane.
There’s something incredibly creepy about jewelry made from human teeth.
Jewelry that’s much more appealing can be found in SF Indie Fashion’s coverage of Jessica Winzelberg’s debut collection.
We here at 7x7 heart MJ. And for his resort ’08 collection, Marc Jacobs hearts, well, hearts. Just check out the new windows at the Marc Jacobs boutique on Maiden Lane, where there’s a veritable heart-themed explosion on everything from embroidered organza dresses to heart-bedecked leather handbags, just in time for that next beloved holiday. We’re head over heels for the red stacked-heel pumps, which have a heart-shaped peep toe opening and, like a tiny secret meant just for the shoes’ owner, a heart-shaped heel bottom. (Don’t forget to come back again in February for our Valentine’s Day online-exclusive gift guide!)