Mission store Pavilion's elevated denim, tees and kicks cram the shelves of Sacramento Street's Bar Code for a month.
Plus, new SF brand Rella Beauty gives back with every lipstick, a Pac Heights parklet holds a mini market and Marin's Boon Supply debuts a fresh collab with Hello!Lucky.
There's a new mini open-air market on Fillmore Street.
(Courtesy of Fog City Pottery)
Love, Fillmore Style (LFS), a mini open-air market, takes over the Fillmore Stoop (aka the parklet in front of Pizzeria Delfina on California Street) on Sunday, February 9th. Hosted by the Fillmore Merchants Association and put on by the community-driven, women-run Sunset Mercantile, the event features 15 local makers and merchants as well as food, live music, and children's activities. Obvi, the stars of the show are the local artisans—Fog City Pottery, Sea Jewel Succulents and Flora, Whistle, Escama, Disrupt Modern, Kinsley Glassworks, Malaya Botanicals, and Coffee n Cream Press. Craving more goodies? The Fillmore Street stroll awaits. // 11am to 5pm, Feb. 9; 2410 California St. (Pacific Heights)
Pavilion's hip Mission fashions take a staycation in Presidio Heights.
(Courtesy of Pavilion)
Guys, girls, and kiddos looking for the coolest denim, comfiest tees, and latest It kicks should head to
the Mission Presidio Heights. Say what? Yep, through March 1st, Pavilion—the much-loved boutique/styling house that lives at the corner of 16th and Guerrero—has a second, temporary shop across town at The Bar Code. The month-long pop-up features "elevated everyday essentials" for the whole fam. Key clothing, accessories, and shoe brands you'll find: AGolde, Golden Goose (including exclusive styles), Moussy, Anine Bing, Amo Denim, Harris Wharf London, Maison Louis Marie (fingers crossed, they have the NO. 04 candle), Pascale Monvoisin, and Roule & Co. Personal styling services are also available. // 11am to 6pm daily at 3600 Sacramento St. (Presidio Heights), thebarcodesf.com
What a kisser: Rella Beauty's lipsticks pretty up pouts for you and women in need.
(Courtesy of Rella Beauty)
The brand is only a few months young, but Rella Beauty is already catching buzz with beauty babes. Founded by Sephora alum, SF native, and one-woman-show Raisa Mirza, Rella's debut collection consists of vegan, cruelty-free lipsticks without "lame ingredients" like sulfates and parabens. The tagline, imagined in San Francisco, made in Italy, caught our attention immediately, as did the fact that the lippies come in a trio of easy-to-wear shades: nude, berry, and classic red. (We confess: Endless color choices scare us.) Along with a lovely satin-matte finish and a small triangular shape that perfectly fits the cupid's bow, we're smitten with Rella's charitable component. For every lipstick purchased, one is given to a woman in need somewhere on the planet via charitable organizations including Project Glimmer, Dignity Not Despair, Dress for Success, and more. Mwah! // Lipsticks ($33) are available for purchase online at rellabeauty.com.
These fab new Boon Supply goodies will be in serious demand.
(Courtesy of Boon Supply)
Boon Supply, one of our favorite Mill Valley home/lifestyle retailers, just launched a new collab with SF's Hello!Lucky design studio. You'll want to get your hands on these fun and functional products, like, pronto. ICYMI, the commerce-for-a-cause brand, led by founder Lily Kanter, donates 40 percent of all sales to the fundraiser of your choice. Translation: guilt-free shopping for stuff you'll actually want and use. Among the colorful items that just hit the shelves (in real life and virtually): a set of three reusable zip pouches ($18) adorned with adorable fruit designs; a bamboo eco lunch box ($15) that will keep kids of all ages happy; and a chore chart ($28) to help get things done around the house…sure to be a parent fave. Happy shopping. // 1 Lovell Ave. (Mill Valley), boonsupply.com