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Look of the Week: SF Ballet Presents Giselle

The window displays around Union Square are all a flutter with fancy tutus and pretty pink pointe shoes, circling buzz for the SF Ballet's 2011 Season, opening with Giselle this Saturday evening. 

The ballet is a classic place to see and be seen in SF. With that in mind, we're channeling our inner Gisele, and thinking long, lean and elegant.

This Week's Hottest Events: Blondie, Ferris Bueller and the SF Ballet

Music: Blondie
If you're a child of the '80s and don't consider Debbie Harry as your premier pop idol, get your head checked. The ultimate fair-haired frontwoman will hit the stage at the Fillmore for a rare intimate show during which you'll surely hear favorites like "One Way or Another," "The TIde is High," and "Heart of Glass." Be there. Wednesday, 8/4; The Fillmore, 1805 Geary Blvd., 415-346-0600, livenation.com

Michael Kors Talks Project Runway, Fall Fashion + San Francisco Style

San Francisco will receive a taste of New York Fashion Week on Wednesday, when the 29th San Francisco Ballet Auxiliary Fashion Show brings the fall 2010 collection of Michael Kors to the Westin St. Francis Hotel. As the featured designer for the annual fundraiser benefitting the San Francisco Ballet, Kors will touch down in San Francisco for the show and a private donor dinner that follows. We caught up with Kors before his visit for a quick chat about Project Runway, San Francisco style and the one classic piece we should all invest in.

Winning Nutcracker Videos: Very Funny

The San Francisco Ballet announced the winners of their first-ever Nutcracker video contest yesterday. And they are hilarious. A well-deserved first place goes to the video "The Year of The Rat," in which the Rat King talks some smack against the Nutcracker Prince. "Newsflash, Clara, Kings are better than Princes." Check out the video below as well as the 2nd and 3rd place entries here. And then go see the SF Nutcracker. It's the nation's oldest production and really cute kids go.

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