November 21, 2014

SF Indie Fashion News Roundup: Litter for Nasty Gal? (and more)

shotwell-by-jaclynThere’s a Hells Angels-looking-guy yelling unintelligible nonsense outside our window, but it’s better than the jack hammer that was there last week. In other news….

The San Francisco Chronicle Style Section is seeking thrifty fashion fans for a makeover on-the-cheap at Marshalls on July 29.

Also via the Chron, we’re intrigued by artist Rebecca Martinez’s new show at the Robert Tat Gallery featuring photographs of shop window mannequins in disrepair.

We continue to be fascinated with the fashion sensibilities of Rachel Lena Esterline. We think you will be, too…

Esterline pals and local designers of Litter fame Rachael and Mackenzie hang out with Nasty Gal’s Sophia, play dress up and discuss an exclusive series just for the Bay Area-based online retailer. We will be waiting for it with baited breath.

Smashing Darling shows off some of its best new looks for summer.

The folks at 440 Brannan want to host your next event, says the Nicole Presents blog’s guest writer Vanessa Salazar.

Azalea announces its James Perse sale and beauty event, coming up on Saturday.

Thanks to 7×7 Glamwatch, we are becoming even more inspired to brave Union Square now that we know Shotwell is almost back.

Nooworks gets props from the SF Weekly.

The Finer Dandy reminds us we need to get our asses to a movie theater and soon with its review of 500 Days of Summer.

Style Studio ponders the wisdom of leg makeup.

[Photo: Jacyln Binder]