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Local designer Camelia Skikos continues to stun us with her futuristic yet very wearable pieces. From tiered-sleeve coats to ultra-sleek pantsuits, each piece in her latest collection features her signature mix of clean lines and gorgeous materials and is available at Wonderland SF and 440 Brannan.
Guys, you really should trek out to the Inner Richmond and check out the incredible, hand-picked selection at Seedstore. But let's suppose you: don't really like shopping, don't like trying stuff on, and don't really find yourself in the Inner Richmond. Then the solution would be Seedstore's recently launched e-shop.
We took a peek and our current favorites include the latest from Pendleton (#2, #3) and a near-perfect, no-fuss wallet by Tanner Goods (#7). Oh, and if you're not really a shoe guy, leave it to H by Hudson (#1, #4) to turn you.
What started out in 2004 as a pop-up shop by Jennifer Jones, eventually turned into Candystore Collective, a heart-of-the-Mission womenswear outpost that vigorously supports independent design. The boutique recently launched a new website with easier browsing, and a fresh supply of contemporary womenswear and home accessories.