Chic Parisian clothing label Nour Hammour pops up at SF's The Bar Code, while luxe CBD gummie confectioner Molly J. and Freda Salvador invite their small-biz friends to a Mill Valley holiday marketplace this weekend.
French girl style lands in SF—merci to the Nour Hammour pop-up at The Bar Code.
(Courtesy of Nour Hammour)
Designed in Paris, it's really no surprise that Nour Hammour, known for effortlessly cool outerwear, is a go-to label for chic celebs and Mademoiselles on both sides of the pond. You can get your hands on the gorgeous, responsible leather and shearling jackets at a three-day pop-up, running Thursday December 9th through Saturday, December 11th at The Bar Code in Presidio Heights. The timeless beauties are the kind of wardrobe elevators you will live in—and can't live without. Clearly, that's music to our layer-queen ears. Can you say magnifique?
// 5pm to 8pm Thursday, 9am to 7pm Friday, and 9am to 3pm Saturday; The Bar Code, 3600 Sacramento St. (Presidio Heights), thebarcodesf.com
Molly J. + Freda S. to host chill, one-stop-holiday-shop in Marin on Saturday.
(Courtesy of Freda Salvador)
If the thought of shopping for CBD gummies, rad footwear, chic handbags, jewelry and more from a gaggle of cool Cali brands has your heart aflutter, calm down—and clear your schedule for Saturday, December 11th. Welcome to the premiere Holidayfest at The Junction in Mill Valley (11am to 3pm).
Marin's Molly J., makers of luxe CBD confections, and Freda Salvador, stalwart of stylin' wearable shoes, have gathered several of their small business friends, including Clare V, Collective Hearts, Born to Roam Vintage Apparel, Floraymem and MAP ceramics for the two-day event. Along with checking off your gift list, there will fun activities too…ear piercing, custom chainstitch embroidery, and festive sipping (juice and champs) and snacking.
// Admission is $12 and includes a complimentary St. Hilde's spiked tincture tonic. RSVP at eventbrite; The Junction, 226 Shoreline Highway (Mill Valley).
Give local gifts, support local parks. Win-win.
(Courtesy of Golden Gate National Park Conservancy)
We're big proponents of double-duty gifting, and the Golden Gate National Park Conservancy has got it down with its cool selection of Bay Area-centric goodies that also support the organization's mission. That is, to preserve the Golden Gate National Parks, enhance the visitor experience and build community. As for the gifts themselves: We want them all.
Find a whole selection of Golden Gate Bridge goodies (foggy snow globes, book ends, mugs, tape dispensers, ornaments) and eye-catching prints, totes, hats and more featuring your favorite parks, i.e. Crissy Field, Alcatraz, The Presidio, Muir Woods, Marin Headlands, etc. Yep, there's something for everyone—toys and books to kitchen and home décor items to clothing, accessories, stationery and collectibles.
Another reason to shop locally? No supply-chain issues.
The All-Weather Ski Jacket You Need This Season
(Courtesy of Goldwin)
A mildly cool, crisp climate in the Bay Area and a snowy wonderland of mountain peaks just beyond mean that fall and winter in NorCal can fuel just about any outdoorsy activity you can imagine, from mountaineering to trail running. Make sure to gear up properly.
Goldwin, the Japanese adventure outfitter with a store in San Francisco's Jackson Square, has the stylish performance wear you need. The product of over 50 years of R&D and ski apparel design, their Arris jacket ($760) is windproof, waterproof, and filled with practical features for use on the mountain.
// 444 Jackson St. (Jackson Square), goldwin-sports.com.
Thank you to our partners at Goldwin.