Where to shop 'til you drop this week.
Local Tee Collab to Benefit Homeless in San Francisco
On Wednesday, June 29, dozens of local news organizations, led by The San Francisco Chronicle, will be engaging in coordinated coverage of the homeless crisis in the city. Doing their part to raise awareness, friends and recent NYC transplants Whitney Skibell and Adrienne Bavar, a human rights activist and marketing exec, respectively, have launched the More Than a Shirt campaign.
The pair (aka A+W) joined forces with Road Twenty-Two, a local fashion label known for luxurious, made-in-America basics, to create a limited-edition women's tee. A portion of the proceeds of every sale goes to Compass Family Services, which focuses on providing a range of much-needed services and housing for the homeless in the city. A shared philosophy that philanthropy and style can drive change makes this one inspiring collab—plus, the shirts are hella cool. All you have to do? Shop. // The shirts ($86) are available exclusively at roadtwentytwo.com
Open Studio at Everlane
Here's the scoop: Check out the latest summer styles from everybody's favorite "radically transparent" SF fashion label and devour ice cream from Smitten on Thursday, June 30. We can't think of a sweeter way to spend the eve of the official start to the holiday weekend. The Ice-Cream Social takes place at Everlane's SoMa HQ from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. (RSVP as space is limited.) // 2170 Folsom St. (SoMa), everlane.com
White Kicks to Kick Off July 4th
We shared our love of Allbirds' Wool Runners with you several months back when the softest shoes on the planet made their debut. The latest news from the local direct-to-consumer sneaker label: It just released its first all-white version for men and women ($95). Yes, we're still obsessed with the lightweight, minimalist kicks made from proprietary New Zealand Merino wool and produced in a famous mill in Milan…alongside Tom Ford wool suits. (Fancy.) And in classic white, they're perfection for summer. No need to worry about chocolate ice-cream drips or ketchup splatters; these sustainable babies are machine washable. // Shop online at allbirds.com