Clearly, you’re likely to catch a glimpse of the Oscars this weekend. While you’re scanning the red carpet, be on the lookout for San Francisco stylist Keylee Sanders, who’ll be broadcasting live in a Karen Caldwell gown during a segment for the TV Guide Channel. She’ll be dishing styling tips and secrets celebs use underneath it all before braving high-profile events.
We’re always glad to hear any news that’s remotely to do with San Francisco native Alexander Wang. This week, we hear shirts from his T line have arrived at Russian Hill boutique anica, and Acrimony is anticipating the arrival of Alexander Wang sunglasses on April 1.
The Seventh Heart is printing its limited edition Daddy tee one last time. Talk about an oh-so-San Francisco t-shirt. We may start giving these out as gifts to out-of-town visitors. Because this is a limited run, you’ll have to pre-order from the shop to get one.
The Marin Store becomes the exclusive retailer of Sarah Swell’s new Cascade line of jewelry. For those of you in Marin, the online shop is also having a sample sale at Larkspur Landing this weekend.
The Academy of Art has been getting major props from major fashion publications such as WWD and the New York Times for six students’ work shown during New York Fashion Week.
Love The 2 Bandits? You’re in luck right now, as select bandits are 30 percent off in the online shop.
Feeling especially deal-y today? You’ll find a slew of ways to save on local finds on 7×7 Glamwatch today.
Rare Device is beefing up its selection of goods for babies and kids. Stay tuned for the arrival later this month of a new in-store mini-shop dedicated to gifts and items for little ones.
Mention “To Haiti with Love,” and you’ll get 30 percent off any spa service at Cocoon Urban Day Spa tomorrow. Better yet, all profits benefit efforts to help children in Haiti.
Custom Industries now allows shoppers to customize their own shirts online. Pick your color, sleeve length, desired print and placement for a shirt that’s all your own.
Chrome has a slew of new shoe colors in stock. Sweetening the deal is free ground shipping both ways with the code shoes0310.
Students at City College of San Francisco are looking for local designers to participate in an upcoming fashion show. For more information, email syedalee (at) aol (dot) com.
If you’re into the latest trends, peep SF Bay Style’s list of all that’s on the horizon for spring and summer fashion.
For upcoming fashion and shopping events, check out the SF Indie Fashion Calendar…