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Allbirds steps into Hayes Valley with a shiny new store + more style scoop

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Allbirds opens a big and beautiful new spot on Hayes…in the former home of Rand + Statler (R.I.P.).

Plus, local Sabah fanatics can finally shop for the Turkish-made leather slip-ons IRL, a cashmere pop-up lands on Fillmore, and Gazette boutique throws a very French soiree.

Allbirds is chirping at you, Hayes Valley.

High step it over to Hayes Valley to score Allbirds' Tree Toppers in this limited-edition hue.

(Courtesy of Allbirds)

Allbirds is celebrating a new hatchling. Born two weeks ago on Hayes Street, the new shop, situated in the former Rand + Statler space, is significantly larger than the OG store connected to the brand's Jackson Square HQ. The fun and bright 6,700-square-foot store pays homage to its hometown via gray-blue color pops, an affectionate ode to Karl the Fog, and with the metal and wood service bar, a clear shout-out to the Golden Gate Bridge. Our favorite SF thing, though, is the Tree Topper ($115) in a limited-edition, only-available-in Hayes, washed-navy-and-green combo inspired by the Land's End Trail. You can also shop the full collection including the new-on-the-scene Trino socks, made from wool and trees...because of course. // 425 Hayes St. (Hayes Valley), allbirds.com

Garin's Pac Heights pop-up is all about cashmere.

Cashmere never looked so cool as at Garin's Pac Heights pop-up shop.

(Courtesy of Garin)

Next time you're strolling Fillmore, make it a point to pop by Garin. The new (long-term) temporary shop sells just one thing: cashmere sweaters. Currently, you'll find six women's and five men's styles—timeless crews to elevated hoodies. Eco- and animal-friendly, each sweater is crafted in 100 percent biodegradable cashmere, with yarn processed in Italy and made in Mongolia. And, be still our hearts, they're machine washable, too. Local designer Negarin Sadr set out to create an everlasting sweater that won't pill or unravel with wear. We can't get enough of The Carly's spaceship design. Prices range from $295 to $495. // Open daily from 11am to 7pm; 2053 Fillmore St. (Pacific Heights), garinshop.com

Hayes Valley boutique Gazette hosts a mini French pop concert. Ooh la la!

Get your French girl look on with classic Breton stripes from Armor-Lux, available at Gazette.

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Hey all you Francophiles: Put on your best Breton stripes and head over to Hayes Valley's Gazette Thursday evening, September 26th. From 6:30pm to 9pm, the low-key cool and highly curated shop selling French apparel for women, men, and kids (plus accessories and beauty) is celebrating the launch of its e-store. Party host and founder Charlotte Boedec enlisted Virginie Marine, a well known French chanteuse with a powerful voice, and her husband-slash-guitarist Charles Holive to put on an acoustic mini concert—and you're all invited. The event is free but space is limited; RSVP at Eventbrite. // 334 Gough St. (Hayes Valley), gazette-store.com

Sabah fanatics can now shop their favorite footwear in the Lower Haight.

Get comfy and stay chic in Moroccan babouche-inspired slippers at Sabah.

(Courtesy of Tylor Johnson for Sabah)

San Francisco is Sabah's second largest market (after NYC), so it's no shock that the brand finally opened Sabah House Haight Street. The beautiful mission-style building, a former restaurant with several distinct areas, is a welcoming space in which to shop for the label's namesake shoe. ICYMI: The flat leather shoes are handcrafted by artisans in Turkey, come in an ever-changing slew of mouthwatering colors, and they're crazy comfortable. Available in men's, women's and kids' sizes, the basic adult style retails for $195. (Those who prefer open-backs, check out the equally chic babas.) Customers are encouraged to enjoy hand-blended tea by day and mezcal by happy hour in the light-filled living room bar. Also, stay tuned for a twice-monthly Sabah Supper series featuring local chefs, winemakers, artists, and more. // 663 Haight St. (Lower Haight), shop.sabah.am

SF-based menswear label Vustra is both fashion- and eco-friendly.

Vustra's collection of men's button-ups are eco-friendly and come in several colors and prints.

(Courtesy of Vustra)

Fashioned in California by designers and tech pros who care deeply about the Earth, Vustra is a menswear label with social and environmental consciousness in its fibers. For dudes looking to spiff up their fall wardrobes, Vustra is ready with European-styled button-down shirts in an array of colors and textures, each with intricate details for a fit like none other. The entire collection is made with GOTS Certified 100 percent premium Italian and Turkish organic cotton—that means both luxury and eco-friendly in layman's terms. Stay stylin'—and doing good for the planet. // Shop the collection online at shopvustra.com; use the code LOOKGOOD to receive 20 percent off all orders through Oct. 5.

Thank you to our partners at Vustra.

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