Street Style Report
Last week, on a rainy Halloween, we spotted Kelvin Malone, staying dry in a pair of bright yellow galoshes. His style is perfect mix of dapper and dope.
We caught up with Levi's Plaza shop supervisor, Jorge Benitez, on a hazy day in North Beach. We first noticed his fancy kicks -- floral Dr. Marten low tops -- then his lovely grooming, which all looked perfect in the SF fog.
Last weekend, we spotted skater/surfer boy, Ivan Cheng, chilling near Union Square. Originally from Osaka, Japan, Ivan now calls Treasure Island home, and commutes into SF to skate at EMB (The historic Embarcadero skate turf) and for MFA photography classes at Academy of Art University. His look is a subtle blend of clean, fitted Japanese and modern skater street style.
Some would say the epitome of SF street style would be great bike fashion, found at a hip, local company in the Mission. Timbuk2's Jared Fickel (left) and Lizzy Fallows (right) certainly fit the SF style profile. We caught up with the savvy city cyclists at Timbuk2's swanky Mission HQ, for a little tour and to talk bikes and fashion.
Last weekend, Macy's Glamorama stormed the Orpheum Theatre (and later the Asian Art Museum), bringing together SF's fashion elite, philanthropists, and teenyboppers swooning over headliner, Robin Thicke.
We went, we saw and we photographed these amazing looks from Macy's Fashion Incubator designers, a local b-boy, and more.
With a sprawling, must-see interior, fantastic wine and food pairings, and such chic employees, it's no question -- Ram's Gate has some serious swagger.
Upon a recent visit to the Sonoma winery, we spotted employees Marc Hartenfels (left) and Sonia Tarbox (right), in stylish yet laid-back looks that were perfect for wine country.