Suit up in SF-Based Pali Swim's New Collection + Scope Locally Made Salmon-Leather Bags at Curve
(Courtesy of Dane Pollok/Pali Swim)

Suit up in SF-Based Pali Swim's New Collection + Scope Locally Made Salmon-Leather Bags at Curve


This week in San Francisco fashion and retail news.

(Courtesy of Aitch Aitch)

Today's Trunk Show Alert

Today's the day: Aitch Aitchlaunches its exclusive handbag collection for Fillmore Street's Curve boutique. At a trunk show from 2 to 7pm, be the first to get your hands on local designer Hailey Harmon's luxurious and sustainable creations. They're made from—are you ready?—salmon leather sourced from organic fisheries in Ireland. There are four styles, each handmade by master artisans in London, available in patent and matte finishes exclusive to Curve. Harmon knows something about exquisite design—she once served as a leather-crafting apprentice for a former Hermès artisan. Prices range from $1,595 to $3,300. // Curve, 2360 Fillmore St. (Pacific Heights),

Make a Splash in Pali Swim

Whether your swimsuit activities are limited to sunbathing-only (hey, Coppola pool), laps, laps, laps or somewhere in between, Pali Swim has a suit for you. The year-old SF-based label, founded by friends and former Levi's alums Martha Duerr and Naomi Gassel, is all about minimalist-leaning swimsuits that are cool, functional and made for women of all body types. Their new collection stars a fun, sophisticated color palette in playful surfer-inspired silhouettes. We're especially smitten with the Endless Summer One-Piece (in Rockaway grey) and the mix-and-match Shaka top and Bodega bottom. Fun fact: The summer collection was photographed at the Ocean Park Motel, the oldest motel in SF. The line is available at Atomic Garden in Oakland, Proof Lab in Mill Valley, Cameron Marks in Santa Cruz, and online. Prices range from $68 to $188. //

(Courtesy of Dsegnare)

Dsegnare Furniture Showroom Moves Into New Space

High-end design showroom Dsegnarehome to such luxe brands as MDF Italia, Vitra and David Weeks Studio—has moved from its Design District home to a spanking-new 4,000 square-foot space in Potrero Hill. And what glorious digs they are: The building just happens to be designed and owned by founder Cardenio Petrucci's friends at Studio O+A. (We're fans of the award-winning design geniuses, too.) Housed in a shipping warehouse built circa 1900, the unconventional showroom has a feel that's at once industrial and refined, the perfect foundation for Dsegnare's new private-label collections, designed and produced by Petrucci and a select group of global designers, architects and artisans. // 1 Mississippi St. (Potrero Hill),

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