SF Indie Fashion News Roundup

News, news, news you can use:

Rose & Radish is having its latest Switch Sale right now. While the boutique and gallery changes up its interiors to prep for the next installation, you’ll find great deals on a selection of this Hayes Valley shop’s artisanal wares. Buy online, pick up at the store this week or next.

– Going to the North Beach Festival this weekend? ooma wants to give you a mimosa, so stop by the shop. You’ll also find new jewelry by local artists, as well as some great last-minute Father’s Day gifts.

– The folks at Honey Ryder are participating in the Hayes Valley Block Party this Saturday and Sunday. Head down to the Hayes ‘hood for this Moroccan-themed event, complete with belly dancing, live music, Moroccan food and perks from the local businesses along the main drag.

Sample Angel is getting its sale on starting today with lots of summery dresses from labels like Single and Akiko.

– This week, Gama-Go came out with a rad new line of messenger bags. There are six new styles available in two different sizes, the Go-Right (larger) and the Go-Might (smaller).

– Still need something for dear ‘ole Dad? Save 20 percent on guy-friendly typewriter key cufflinks from The Weekend Store with the coupon code DAD08.

– Another Dad discount you can take advantage of before Sunday? Thanks to a promo from Billion Dollar Babes, you can save 20 percent on purchases of $50 or more and get free shipping at Kiehls (they have great dude-friendly skincare products) when you place your order before the end of the day tomorrow (June 13) and use the coupon code SFBABES at checkout.

– This Saturday, Divisadero boutique Still Life launches its Summer Designer Series with a party from 7 to 10 pm. Stop by to check out work from The Feathered Leopard.

– Also on Saturday, at the exact same time, Root Division will be celebrating Under 100, a new exhibit featuring a slew of art from local peeps for under $100 a pop. Here’s the fashion angle: During the event, local artists will be there screen printing their designs on t-shirts, bags, paper, etc. You can bring your own or buy print-friendly materials at the show.