Marine Layer is fine with whatever you're into and Modern Citizen takes the elegant route to bikinis.
Plus, Lululemon launches body products to fight the sweat and the Theory shop on Geary hosts a killer panel starring local #bossladies.
Modern Citizen dips its toe in the water with swimsuit collab with Summersalt.
The tie belted high-leg, high-rise bottom. (Courtesy of @moderncitizen)
SF retailer Modern Citizen decided to take its easy-chic aesthetic to the pool, it turned to Summersalt, an eco-friendly, direct-to-consumer swimsuit startup. The limited-edition Summersalt x Modern Citizen collab features two minimalist styles in dreamy colors (White Sand, Terra Cotta, Deep Sea, and Orchid). The tie belted Cove one-piece ($95) is elegant and super flattering (plus doubles as a bodysuit), and the Plunge bikini top ($50) and matching tie belted high-leg, high-rise bottom ($45) serve up timeless style and fit like a glove. Stinson Beach hang or backyard pool party, these suits do the trick. Splish-splash. // 2078 Union St. (Cow Hollow), moderncitizen.summersalt.com
Marine Layer rolls out limited edition Pride tees.
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A celebration of Pride and the LGBTQ community, the limited-edition Giving tee is super-soft and cool AF thanks to its rainbow tie-dye fabric and design.Marine Layer is donating $15 of the $45 purchase price of each shirt, available in men's and women's styles, to The Trevor Project, the world's largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ youth. // Shop online and in Bay Area stores; marinelayer.com
Lululemon takes care of your sweaty self with new SelfCare line.
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Cue the new (non yoga pant) product line: SelfCare. Debuted Tuesday, Lulu's solutions to sweaty problems include: No-Show Dry Shampoo, Anti-Stink Deodorant (in Black Pepper Sandalwood and Aloe Lotus), Sweat Reset Face Moisturizer, and Basic Lip Balm. Made for ladies and gents, everything is tested on (human) athletes. Plus, they're made from good things…a combo of natural ingredients and tech-driven synthetics—without parabens, sulfates, gluten, and aluminum. Available at select Lulu stores (including San Francisco Centre and Stanford ShoppingCenter) and Sephora.com. (Yep, SelfCare sports the Clean at Sephora seal.) The gym-friendly (i.e. non-leaky) products come in full and travel sizes; prices range from $14 to $52. We can't wait to say goodbye to hot yoga face. You? // lululemon.com
San Francisco's new Theory store hosts a panel of boss ladies.
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At 6pm on Wednesday, June 19th, Theory's (gorge) new store in Union Square is hosting a panel discussion. There will be cocktails. The event, part of the NY label's Be Heard series, features several powerhouse SF entrepreneurs. The all-women lineup includes: Kimberly Bryant, founder and CEO of Black Girls CODE; Marne Levine, a VP at Facebook; Meena Harris, founder of the Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign (and recent 7x7 podcast guest); and Shannon Brayton, CMO at LinkedIn. Wired magazine's senior writer Nitasha Tiku will moderate. See ya there, boss ladies. // 55 Geary St. (Union Square), theory.com