Opened earlier this month on Sacramento Street, Luna stocks what owner Christina Spaulding describes as, “clothes that have a small detail on them that make them unique or edgy or make them stand out.”
The Presidio Heights shop is a great example of a San Francisco boutique that, while not focusing exclusively on local labels, nevertheless embraces them and integrates them with both emerging and established designer names from around the country. For instance, you’ll find Turk + Taylor women’s apparel, eco-friendly wearables from Clary Sage Organics and jewelry by Circadian Studios and Ingrid Wheeler mingling with smaller, cult labels such as Heather, Myne and White + Warren and more visible names like Velvet, Prairie Underground, Cynthia Vincent and Three Dots.
Spaudling, a former retail architect for Banana Republic who more recently worked at Romi boutique in Pacific Heights, designed the interiors and the furnishings for the space. Inside, you’ll find lilac walls, steel fixtures and eco-friendly wooden tables mixed with playful touches like the star lantern and landscape paintings seen here.
Spaulding, who named the store after her cattle dog mix rescue dog, shows off a casual tee embellished at the neckline.
The 800-square-foot back garden offers comfy teak furnishings and the aroma of rosemary planted there. Spaulding will even let you cozy up here with a takeout lunch and enjoy the surroundings.
Jewelry by San Francisco company Circadian Studios.
Photography courtesy of Moanalani Jeffrey for Luna boutique.
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