Renegade Craft brings its spring fair back to Fort Mason + more local style news
Renegade Craft brings its spring fair to San Francisco's Fort Mason this weekend. (Courtesy of Renegade Craft)

Renegade Craft brings its spring fair back to Fort Mason + more local style news


With 250 artists, designers and small brands, the much-loved Renegade Craft Fair has something for everyone—vintage tees and colorful jewelry to paper goods and ceramics.

Plus, the opening of the buzzy Skin Laundry's first San Francisco location means it's time for a quickie laser facial, and Hamptons-based Annabel the Shop makes Cow Hollow its second home through April.

Go Renegade (Craft) this weekend at Fort Mason.

Courtesy of Renegade

Happy Sweet 16, Renegade! On Saturday and Sunday, April 5th and 6th (11am to 5pm), the marketplace will be hosting 250 indie designers, artists and creatives of all kinds at Fort Mason’s Festival Pavilion. The fair, which travels to various cities, kicked off its very first event in San Francisco in 2008. While, sure, Renegade has grown and matured over the years, its mission to bring good vibes and shopping (with a focus on sustainability and conscious consumerism) through the creativity of artists remains the same. Plus, great food and drink.

Ogle and buy everything from jewelry and ceramics to clothes, beauty products, décor, paper goods, fine art and more. (Check out the full roster of artists and brands.) Cheers to shopping small and big joy. // Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason, 2 Marina Blvd (Marina),

​Fab Facial Alert: Skin Laundry makes its first foray into the SF skincare scene.

(Courtesy of Skin Laundry)

Put off separating those whites and colors and refresh your face instead at Skin Laundry’s new Cow Hollow spot. Best known for its popular laser and resurfacing facials, the 10-year-old L.A. skincare brand has performed two million-plus treatments.

Good for all skin types and tones, the derm-developed effective treatments use state-of-the-art technology and are designed for busy folks who don’t have a lot of (down) time. SL focuses on a range of skincare concerns with specialized treatments for acne/acne scars, hyperpigmentation, melasma, rosacea, dullness, and fine lines and wrinkles.

Targeted plans are designed to clients’ individualized needs—with consistent, ongoing treatment as required. Membership offers affordable deals to encourage regular visits and the best outcomes.

First-time clients get the Signature Laser Facial with a complimentary skin consultation for $75 (normally $275). Not in the city? Skin Laundry has three other Bay Area locations. // 1870 Union St. (Cow Hollow),

Shop like a Sag Harbor girlie at Union Street’s Annabel the Shop

(Courtesy of Annabel The Shop)

Before the official start of Hamptons season, Annabel DeGroot decided to bring a temporary version of her year-old Sag Harbor women’s boutique to SF. Located in an adorable Victorian storefront on Union Street, the beachy vibes are undeniable, shining bright through April when the pop-up waves goodbye.

As for the clothes and accessories? Just as sunny. From chic swimsuits and must-have straw bags to flirty day-to-night dresses and fresh jeans, the store is filled with charming styles from a range of established and emerging designers—Ganni, Simon Miller, Stine Goya, Ciao Lucia, Geel, Eleven Six, Guest in Residence and Mondo Mondo. Summer shopping starts now. // Open 11am to 7pm daily: 2120 Union St. (Cow Hollow), annabeltheshop

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