We’re doubly impressed by Markoff’s ability to make floral appliques look edgy in a street-inspired urban way and her consistent use of bold hues and graphics to amp up the otherwise casual look of her gear.
But what seriously gets us every time is the fit. Markoff knows how to create pieces that flatter in subtle ways through the gentle flair of a shirt at the hips, the wrap-styling of a top or the careful placement of an obi belt.
Want to see Nicacelly’s designs in person? You’re in luck. She’ll be opening her SoMa studio this weekend as part of ArtSpan’s Open Studios. An added incentive? We hear Eden of Secession will also be on the scene with wares from her Bernal Heights boutique and gallery.
More upcoming fashion events in San Francisco….