Just testing the waters, Helium Magazine released an issue at Stanford’s most recent, Charity Fashion Show, and a delightfully interested response has now lead to a combustuous and fashionably atomic Helium SF. And who is the one behind the blue?Just testing the waters, Helium Magazine released an issue at Stanford’s most recent, Charity Fashion Show, and a delightfully interested response has now lead to a combustuous and fashionably atomic Helium SF. And who is the one behind the blue?
None other than the industrious, beautiful and fabulous, Michele Gates of Fashionable Fun SF. This editor in chief knows the San Francisco Fashion Scene inside and out and can spout out a list of designers, usually the ones in her carefully compiled outfit. Alas, not everyone can see Michele’s daily wardrobe and thus it is both fitting and dazzling that she will be the gal in charge of content.
“I’m excited that Helium Magazine will be a platform to promote the fashion industry within San Francisco,” Gates said in a recent interview.
To be frank: She knows what’s up, and who’s hot. With so many designers in San Francisco fighting for publicity, Michele objectively chooses talent and knows it when she sees it. Above I am wearing a dress by fashionably favored designer, Magdalena Trever whose designs Gates strutted down market street during the Sf Pride Parade. And she’s not just partial to females or those who let her wear their hand woven bathing suits. Gates and Helium have chosen Bacca Da Silva as the main designer of their launch party at supper club.
Who could stand to be blue with Bacca Da Silva leading the way into San Francisco’s first Chic Week? Certainly not me, but Helium Magazine SF just might change my mind.
Photos Courtesy of Marcie Franich Photography; Dress by Magdalena Trever
This post originally appeared on ModelinaMichelle