Pondering Animal Print, 50 Cent, Daul Kim, Cagey Fashion and more…

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SF Indie Fashion founder Lorraine recently had the opportunity to interview 50 Cent during his visit to San Francisco for the launch of his fragrance Power by Fifty Cent. You can read interview, which includes some deep thoughts from the hip hop star, on 7×7 Glamwatch.

In its latest San Francisco style shoot, Refuses to Label ponders something near and dear to our hearts: animal prints, baby!

Streetsblog San Francisco has the scoop on a new delivery initiative from Chrome Bags. Buy a bag online in San Francisco by 3 p.m. and the company will get it to you via a bike courier that very day. We love the idea of using local fashion to create more local jobs.

Hyphen Magazine interviews local menswear designer and The Mission Statement co-founder Estrella Tadeo.

Luxurious and locally-designed, Karen Caldwell’s first clothing collection is set to debut. Via SF Luxe.

The Seventh Heart has a new crush – and a new web site.

We developed some new-found scarf-savvy when we devoted five well-spent minutes to watching Splendora’s recent video, 6 Ways to Tie a Scarf.

Metier has Raquel Allegra, and we like what we see.

Garbage Dress has had a long day.

Fashion School Daily remembers Daul Kim, who tragically took her own life yesterday.

Indie Mart interviews CC Rider’s Lien Gray.

Nasty Gal gets cagey with fashion.

Sarah Shaw now carries Geren Ford.

Beklina has new and delightful jewelry from Kathryn Bentley.

Help send SFBayStle’s Sarah Granger to the Olympics. All you have to do it vote before Nov. 29.

The Finer Dandy interviews New Moon stars Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz during their recent visit to San Francisco (look closely at the header on his site. You will laugh. It’s amazing).

Tobi launches a virtual dressing room that you can play in when you’re craving instant shopping madness without even leaving the house.

The Periodic Elements of Style ponders the surprising lack of Uniqlo presence in the City by the Bay.

When last we heard, the Maiden Lane location of Theory was looking for a sales associate. If you’re interested, hit up mitchs (at) theory (dot) com. Tell we sent ya if you do.

Halogen Life has an informative interview with local designer Bacca Da Silva.

Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out the SF Indie Fashion Calendar….

[Photo: Drew Altizer]