There are very few things we can justify waiting in line for.
An iPad? No thanks, we'll hold out for now.
The once-a-year chance to score deeply discounted Nice Collective duds? We'll break out the lawn chairs.
That's right, it's almost time for the coveted local label's annual sample sale. Get ready to tear through countless racks of their updated utilitarian threads and accessories along with one-offs and prototypes you won't find anywhere else, with 50-80% off past collections and 20-30% off the S/S '10 line for both sexes.
But it's not just a sample sale. No, it never is. They're bringing in Blasthaus DJs and local performance artists to make sure you never want to leave.
We're always thrilled when we hear of new and noteworthy San Francisco designers because, let's face it, we don't live in a city particularly recognized for its sense of style. This is why we were immediately smitten when we came across Shannon South and her inspiring handbag line reMade USA. For those who aren't already familiar, reMade is a Potrero Hill-based company that repurposes used leather jackets to make covetable one-of-a-kind creations (meaning you don't have to sacrifice leather to be eco-friendly), all named after streets in our fair city. With this, we leave you with our second installation of "7 Minutes With":
How did the idea for reMade USA come about?
Summer Briggs, 35, designer and founder of Millesime Designs and Retail Operations Manager at Kendall Wilkinson Home, shows off her vintage camera collection from her Sunset home. From big, white Polaroids reminiscent of the 80s to 1940s Art Deco beauties, the collection itself is a walk through history.