Sweet Shopping Events Tonight at Hero Shop and Everlane + More Yummy Style News
(Courtesy of La Ligne)

Sweet Shopping Events Tonight at Hero Shop and Everlane + More Yummy Style News


This week in San Francisco fashion and retail news.

(Courtesy of Everlane)

Make for Everlane Tonight, You Guys

Come on, you know you want some sweet new crews, layers, and kicks for your Memorial Day barbecues and other long-weekend shenanigans. Everlane totally understands, which is why it's holding a summer essentials shopping event at the SF Lab today (5pm–8pm). You'll also find new Japanese GoWeave Slip Dresses and Form Sandals, which launched, yep, today. Made of soft Italian leather, the featherweight beauties come in slide ($98) and crossover ($118) styles—and in a range of shades. (We die for the pale rose and dark green). RSVP here. // 2170 Folsom St (Mission), everlane.com

Must-Shop Trunk Show Today

The coolest cool-girl shop in the Tenderloin is the place to be today. Hero Shop and its proprietrix Emily Holt (and a few of her fabulous friends) are hosting a trunk show for La Ligne, the stripe-centric NYC-based clothing label founded by Meredith Melling and Molly Howard, who will also be on hand. Shop a selection of versatile everyday essentials—tees, dresses, pants, and more, and prepare for delicious cocktails and conversation. More good news—a portion of all the day's sales will benefit the Bay Area's Tipping Point Community. RSVP at heroshoptrunkshow@lalignenyc.com. // 4pm to 7pm, 982 Post St (Tenderloin), heroshopsf.com

(Courtesy of R Label)

R Is for Revving up Your Day Game

Calling all minimalists, uniform-wearers, and women seeking a few good pieces (so, basically everyone): Meet R Label. This new line of elevated staples is filled with the pieces you'll reach for time and again. We're talking silk tees and tunics, easy dresses, and flattering pants and leggings—not to mention the butteriest faux-leather moto we've ever seen. Meticulous details, a neutral color palette (black, cream, and gray) and affordable prices are hallmarks of the buzzy newbie. The collection is exclusively available on The Reset, a new website geared to women "who are choosing to do things differently." Both are babies of San Francisco–based founder/CEO Maria Peevey. // shopthereset.com

(Courtesy of Sofrancisco)

Ooh La La: New Arm Candy Alert

Your accessories wardrobe will be all the chicer for welcoming Camille into the mix. The just-launched handbag collection is made by master artisans in a small town near Limoges, France. Each luxurious leather bag (clutch, crossbody, or tote) is made to order, comes in yummy pop colors, and can be monogrammed with up to nine characters. The best part: They're reasonably priced ($275–$395) given their quality and craftsmanship. The bags are available online exclusively through Sofrancisco, the Silicon Valley–based maker of our go-to leather phone cases. "We don't want to sell through typical retail store channels and have the customer pay three times the price," explains French founder and CEO Charlotte Boedec. We'll drink Champagne to that. // sofrancisco.com

(Courtesy of Bare Collection)

Bare Collection at Saks SF (But Not for Long)

LA-based Bare Collection designer Jeet Sohal recently brought her beautiful Constellation Collection(starting at $800) to Saks Fifth Avenue in Union Square. The signature pendants feature stars diamonds in patterns that mirror the constellation for each zodiac sign, and the designs are so unique they are literally patented. The 14-karat gold pendants come in three sizes; chains are sold separately. Not a necklace person? Check out the fine earrings, rings, and bracelets. But don't wait too long—the pieces will only be at Saks SF for the next several weeks. // Saks Fifth Avenue, 384 Post St (Union Square), barecollection.com

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