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SF Street Style: A Fashion Shoot at Crissy Field

SF Street Style: A Fashion Shoot at Crissy Field

Last weekend, among the frenzy of tourists, athletes and fisherman, we found a fashion stylist, model and photographer at Crissy Field. Freelance photographer, Stephen Sun, was busy setting up the shoot, while ex-SF and now Sacramento-based hair and wardrobe stylist, Noelle Lynne, dressed JE ModelKeilina Jones in hot pink hot pants and a towering pair of Michael Antonio wedges. 

Seven Favorite Things: BellJar

BellJar, has long been known for their vast selection of gorgeous little things. The modern-vintage emporium (nestled right in the heart of the Mission), is always bustling with charming housewares, clothing, gifts and original art from their monthly shows. 

Look of the Week: Men's Sporty-Chic Spring Jackets

This year, bright and bold are words to live by when selecting your spring shell, and taking on those spring showers. We scoped out seven lightweight options that are as practical as they are sporty-chic.

SF Street Style: A Latvian Fashion Blogger at the de Young

SF Street Style: ...at the de Young

Last weekend, we caught up with Atlanta-based Latvian fashion blogger, Karina De Jesus, while on a weekend trip in SF. Karina was taking in the stunning 360-degree view of SF at the de Young tower when we stopped her for a few photos and her take on San Francisco.

Seven Favorite Things: Maas & Stacks

The Castro menswear boutique, Maas & Stacks, has been open for just under a year now. Housing only 12 labels (Band of Outsiders, Common Projects, etc.), the no-frills selection is obsessively curated by owners, Otto Gustav Zoell and Stephen Chen.

Look of the Week: Women's Color-Pumped Kicks

This spring, it's raining shoes and color. Flats, platforms and wedges -- oh my! -- are getting pumped-up with royal blues, emerald greens, oranges, hot pinks and neon yellows. As dramatic as they seem, the big, bold hues are often softened with constract cork and natural leather, making them perfectly suitable for everyday wear. 

SF Street Style: Two Layered-Up French Designers in The Mission

SF Street Style:

Sebastien Cadot (left) and Aldric Trouabal (right), layered-up and kicking it on Valencia. Both men are originally from Lille, France, and now work in SF as industrial designers -- Sebastien at Ammunition Group and Aldric at One & Co. With their European heritage and product design talent, when it comes to dress, these boys are naturals. 

Seven Favorite Things: Azalea Women's Collection

This week, Azalea, a Hayes Valley stronghold, celebrates 10 years in SF. With a freshly remodeled space, and a collection chock-full of edgy brands like Acne and In God We Trust, there's much to celebrate. This week, our seven picks hail from the Azalea women's collection, and can be worn together for a complete look.

Look of the Week: 7 Men's Cardigans for the Shifty Weather

It's sweater weather – no doubt about it – and cardigans are the answer. The versatility factor alone makes them a wardrobe essential for every San Francisco man. And don't let anyone tell you a button-down knit isn't manly, because it is. In fact, men's cardigans are stylish, practical and quite flattering when worn correctly. Here's how. 

SF Street Style: A British Street Artist in Civic Center

SF Street Style: A British Street Artist in Civic Center

British photographer, Robin Maddock, has been in San Francisco for just over a month now. We spotted him, dressed shades of blues and a great fitting denim jacket, as he was conducting a street art project with milk and his precious Leica. Robin's worked as a photographer for about ten years now, capturing social documentary, which he says, "has been a quiet style, but is getting louder now."

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