Shopping in stores is done. That you still shop for gifts and assorted goods in person truly makes us concerned for you, you poor lamb. And with that, here are a few choice apps that will have your items waiting for you curbside, the moment you walk in the door, or right on your porch. Perfect the holiday shopping.
Shortly before getting hitched over the weekend, Solange stopped by San Francisco to spin at the Top of the Mark's 75th anniversary. You know Solange. Oh, you know Solange. Jay-Z knows Solange, that's for sure. And so does Ken Fulk, who invited the famous songstress to spin at the big bash.
The weather doesn't have to be the only thing that's cool thanks to these soothing remedies and cheeky prints.
Sneakers. They're having a moment. From the Union Square Chanel boutique windows to style hurricane Sonya Molodetskaya (who rocked a personalized pair at the On Aura Tout Vu show in October), they're major right now. In honor of casual classic footwear made chic, Ferragamo has released a series of new sneakers this fall. For your convienence, we've provided you the best places to show them off.
Bravo’s Andy Cohen does a lot more than just produce the entertaining yet family-eroding Housewives franchise. (Beverly Hills, for what it's worth, arguably remains the best in the series.) He's also a talk show host and a best-selling scribe. And he's coming to SF to talk all about it on November 19.
Here's your guide to San Francisco's gay district (no, not the "vibrant" or "colorful" or "proud" or whatever any number of coy discriptives real estate agents choose to call it), which you should use for both daytime and nighttime merriment. Enjoy.
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