September 17, 2014

Sneak Peek: gr.dano Spring/Summer 2011

A relaxed take on structure and the introduction of color are the key elements of the gr.dano Spring/Summer 2011 collection[Read more...]

Snap Judgment: The Harbinger Co. Bamboo Earrings

Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: these dangling delights, $44, are designed, made and packaged here in the San Francisco Bay Area; along with the rest of the The Harbinger Co. products. The triangles are made of bamboo, while gold-filled hardware forms the hooks. [Read more...]

What is Vegan Fashion? (Plus, See it This Weekend)

In preparation for Saturday’s Vegan Fashion Show, part of the 11th Annual World Vegetarian Festival and the first fashion show of its kind to take place in San Francisco, we caught up with show promoter Kara Ashe, also publisher of the GoVee blog, to get schooled in what vegan fashion is really all about. [Read more...]

We Came, We Saw, We Shopped: All Vintage Everything 3

At the All Vintage Everything event at SUB-Mission gallery, there was something unique from every vendor, including crocodile purses, funky sunglasses and belt buckles, killer shoes, amazing coats, beautiful dresses and handmade accessories.

As for the vibe, the people were super-friendly, and the cocktails were tempting on such a hot day. What more could you ask for? (Well, maybe some clothes for the guys out there. We like to shop, too.) All in all, All Vintage Everything was a great opportunity to shop for one-of-a-kind pieces, and it definitely wasn’t hard to find something worth taking home, thanks to event organizer Myra of Designers and Artists and the vendors such as Jaguar Lipstick, Bred Vintage, Gileads Treasures, Sorcery and Mob Shop Underground.

Oh, and if you missed out, here’s the good news: you can find most of the shops on etsy.

Lauren from Mob Shop Underground

Regan and Lindsey from Sorcery

Dress from Mop Shop Underground, $25

Alligator skin binocular purse $55, Bred Vintage

Handbag, Bred Vintage, $45

Gileads Treasures

Photography by Christophe Tomatis

A Major Plus: Meet Eliza Parker

A newcomer to the San Francisco apparel scene, Eliza Parker does something few plus-size labels manage: turn out clothing for sizes 10 and up that’s not only figure-flattering, but visually interesting, well-made and — get this — youthfully sophisticated.

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