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Warm Up With Academy of Art's SF Winter Style

Baby it's cold outside--and we all know how difficult it can be put together a polished look when braving freezing temperatures (ok, it's rarely freezing in San Francisco, but it's chilly enough!).

Take cues from the latest fashion editorial to come out of the Academy of Art University and pile on layers of thin knits to keep warm while still keeping on trend.

Seven Nonprofits That Need Your Time, Skills, and Dollars

Giving Back

Christmastime, and the giving back is easy.

There's More to December Than Christmas: Seven Nontraditional To-Dos

Edward Scissorhands

Want to kick your usual Christmas traditions to the curb? Use our ideas to get it done.

Seven Favorite Things: Sustainable Luxury Pieces from SF Designers Mina + Olya

Best friend designer duo Mina + Olya is a relatively new creative force that's poised to take the city by storm. Founded in 2011 by Olga Dzilikhova and Mina Yazdi, the sophisticated line offers sustainable, organic high-end garments for style-savvy, urban women.

Get Creative with Art & Design Classes for Adults

Who says finger painting is only for kids? While you won’t find such elementary techniques at these classes, you will find fun and inspiration dating all the way back to grammar school. Whether you're just beginning to unlock your creative skills or you're already an advanced artist, these classes have you covered.

Sneak Preview: Martin Margiela for H&M

By now, pics of the long-awaited Martin Margiela collection for H&M have leaked all over the interwebs. And the results of the collaboration look more like an exhibit at SFMOMA than the newest launch for the Swedish retailer. The collection is the most contemporary release from H&M to date—each garment paying homage to a specific avant-garde creation Margiela has brought to the runways over the course of the fashion house's 23-year history. Comprised of 62 items for women and 42 items for men, each piece is labeled with the specific season from which it originated.

 

Get Your Limited-Edition Art Book at the SF Arts Commission's Passport Event

Yearning for a trip but have no time to travel? Make the trek to North Beach this Sunday, and add a handful of stamps to your passport at the San Francisco Arts Commission's annual signature event. Meet local artists in a variety of neighborhood hotspots while creating a limited-edition book of original work.

Foodie Agenda: Waffletoberfest, a Literary Potluck, and More

Waffletoberfest

Sunday, October 14

This was so cool, we almost didn't want to share it with the Internet. But keeping something as awesome as "Waffletoberfest" a secret would just be plain wrong. This Lucky 13th pop-up is brought to you by Chrissy's Waffles & Biondivino Wine Boutique. Not only will there be fresh homemade waffles for sale (apple sausage and potato crumble anyone?) but a wine pairing and a prosecco cordial offering to boot. Cash only, 12-3 p.m., 1415 Green St.

Altars, Sugar Skulls, and Marigolds: It's Time for Día de los Muertos

dia de los muertos

With Halloween just around the corner, it's time to gear up for the equally spooky Día de los Muertos. In honor of the globally celebrated Mexican holiday, SOMArts Cultural Center is hosting their 13th annual Day of the Dead exhibition starting next Saturday.

Three Things to Do This Weekend

Citizen Cope

Need something to do this weekend? Here are some ideas to get you out-and-about.

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