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SF Street Style: A Local Model and Designer at the Ferry Building

This week, we spotted two fashion industry professionals, Robin Ayers-Lee (left), a model, and Nancy Salumbides (right), a designer, outside the Ferry Building.

Sui GENERIS Launches Online Boutique

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It's been a busy, busy year for Miguel Lopez and Gabriel Yanez, co-owners of the high-end designer consignment haven, Sui GENERIS. Earlier this year, the duo expanded their Market St. men's store and opened Sui GENERIS Illa, their new women's destination. Now, just in time for the holidays, Sui GENERIS reveals their new e-boutique, stocked with vintage and new/never-worn men's and women's collectables from brands like Balenciaga, Christian Dior, Helmut Lang, Ann Demeulemeester, Burberry Prorsum and, of course, Chanel. Check out their holiday editorial (above) for a glimpse at the hottest pieces from their online collection.

Look of the Week: 10 Ties We Love

To celebrate 10 days 'til Christmas, we decided to put together a collection of 10 ties we love. Ranging from eclectic to minimal, and boasting exquisit details, these ties are the perfect gift solutions for the dapper and dandy men in your life.

SF Street Style: The Trumpet Kid in the Financial District

You may have seen this snazzy little trumpet player, bustin' out a tune and dancing like nobody's business in front of the Ferry Building or behind Bloomingdale's. Well, this kid is one Mr. Gabriel Angelo, just 12-years-old, but well beyond his years when it comes to talent and style.<--break->

Local Holiday Party Dresses from Kirribilla

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Known for their Kate Spade-cute bridesmaids dresses, the latest collection from local line, Kirribilla, has more than a few holiday treats for your festive winter agenda. 

Look of the Week: 12 Splurge Worthy Booties We Love

Spending half your rent on a pair of shoes? I know, I know -- fuggeddaboutit! But really, if there's one thing to splurge on this winter, it's a pair of delicious designer booties. Dress them up or down, and wear them all year round. We found 12 envy-ensuing booties to add to your wish list, or better yet -- go ahead and gift yourself! 

SF Street Style: A NY Jewelry Designer Wears Patricia Field, in the Mission

Meet NY-based jewelry designer Katie Finn, the mastermind behind Elizabeth Street Jewelry. Katie has been designing her own jewelry line since 2008, and each piece of her collection is hand made in her studio in Brooklyn. We caught up with her (looking oh-so fabulous in this black pantsuit) at her SF trunk show, last Saturday at Love & Luxe.

Two Days Left to Submit a Sketch to ModCloth's Make the Cut Contest

If you're anything like me, you've imagined-up a few perfect pieces of clothing that would really complete your wardrobe, and yet, you can never seem to find them while out shopping. Heartbreaking, indeed! So what's a girl (or guy) to do?

Sketch them (if you haven't already) and submit them to ModCloth's Make the Cut Contest. All you have to do is submit a little sketch (up to 5 per applicant) for your chance to win $500 and to have your piece patterned, produced and sold on ModCloth. But hurry -- the SF-based e-comm metropolis is only taking submissions through this Sunday at noon. 

Look of the Week: Modern Men's Watches for Under $300

A man's watch is, first and foremost, a tool. Whether used to count down the minutes to happy hour or to time your next bike ride, this tool takes on many forms. Thus, a man's watch is, secondly, an accessory -- one that should make a subtle-yet-strong statement.

SF Street Style: Winter Parisian in Union Square

Caroline Refalo, a Paris native, currently residing in San Diego, was up in SF for the long weekend, enjoying holiday lights and shopping in Union Square. We caught her outside the Westin St. Francis Hotel where she raved to us about her recent Nordstrom purchase -- these darling black ankle boots that she swears are comfortable once you get used to them.

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