Balancing a portfolio of successful restaurants requires the utmost practicality and comfort when it comes to planning a wardrobe. As Proprietress-Owner of notable San Francisco spots Marlowe, Park Tavern, and The Cavalier, Anna Weinberg notes how ideal UNIQLO Supima® cotton is for on-the-fly transitions from the back of the kitchen to the front of the house.
Like many a local cycling buff, PUBLIC Bikes founding executive Dan Nguyen-Tan cites San Francisco’s windier summer months as the driving force behind his affinity for dressing in easy, comfortable layers.
The cult-loved Japanese clothing chain, Uniqlo, just made their much anticipated West Coast debut -- a bit early and via pop-up.
Yesterday, they opened doors to the Uniqlo Pop Up Experience (117 Post, at Kearny), a tech-inspired teaser shop, generating hype for the opening of their Powell St. flagship store later this fall.
I met photographer Abraham (Abe) Espiritu a few years back, and have always dug how he pieces modern and vintage clothing to present personal, yet on-trend looks. Last weekend, I asked him to pull together a few rain-and-shine spring looks for a little photoshoot in his hood, Bernal Heights. The end result included a fantastic mix of rain boots, black-on-black, white pants, sockless oxfords, a cool chambray, and fiery vintage prints. Check it out.
I caught up with visual designer Shawn Carrico, while standing in line at the SF Street Food Festival, last Saturday in the Mission. His red bow-tie and wicked-sharp glasses immediately caught my attention but, while he's incorporated great details, his outfit is still refreshingly casual -- and thus, street food appropriate. Shawn said his favorite eats at the festival were the Penang Curry Bomb Bun and Sharbat from Azalina's.