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.
Another academic year is kicking off, and shoot -- no one does adult school swagger quite like The Brooklyn Circus (BKc).
Okay, so maybe you're not heading back to the classroom. But even so, SF's autumn is somewhere around the corner and the BKc Fillmore St. flagship has everything you need to stay warm and look fresh this season. Among our top picks are several pieces from the house line, plus essential fall footwear by Florsheim by Duckie Brown and PF Flyers.
After touring through Minneapolis, Chicago and Los Angeles, Macy's Glamorama will take over the Orpheum Theatre tomorrow night in its closing show. This year, the nearly 30-year-old annual fashion, music, and fundraising institution will feature the poppy YouTube-discovery, Karmin, and oh-la-la headliner, Robin Thicke, in addition to fall runway looks by Bar III (#1, #4), Calvin Klein and more.
Remember the ridiculous lines for Missoni x Target? Or maybe you heard about how Target.com crashed from the overload of fashionistas looking to get their manicured hands on a coveted piece from the zig-zaggy collection. We're hoping this Sunday's new launch won't be quite as bad, but we'd camp out just in case -- especially for these limited edition pieces from SF's very own, the Curiosity Shoppe.
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.
When it comes to accessories and home decor, "fair trade" and "artisan made" can sometimes be a bit too traditional – beautiful pieces, but perhaps better suited for museums than your wardrobe.
Lydali, a new locally-based etailer, is looking to shake up that train of thought by selling artisan-made goods that look like they're from the next big indie designer.
What's one accessory most men can get behind? Belts. Sure, they're mostly functional, but that doesn't mean they should be flat and boring. In fact, you'd be surprised how much a little belt can do to complete your look.
The super adorable beanie-clad gal above would be Lindsey Hanka, the shop manager of Steven Alan on Fillmore St.
Born in SF and raised in NoPa, Lindsey went to school in Chicago and fell in love in Minneapolis before returning to our fine city by the Bay (with her hubby) three years ago. She now calls the TenderNob home, happily wears Steven Alan daily, and roams the city in flats.
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