With a holiday weekend in the rearview (le sigh), there’s much to do for style-seekers in San Francisco this week. On the SF Indie Fashion Calendar, find fun with a newly-launched retailer of indie brands, a fitness apparel trunk show in Hayes Valley and more than one choice opp to shop ooo-inspiring secondhand.
- After getting back into the workaday groove following the holiday weekend lull, ramp up for the weekend and celebrate independent fashion at the same time with the Indeeyo Launch Party at Zaza Nail Spa. The evening event offers a chance to shop exclusives from the online retailer’s stock of indie brands, sip champers and meet San Francisco handbag designer Bryna Nicole.
- If fitness is part of your summer style plan, get inspired at the Informed Body Cocktails & Clothes Party in honor of the Hayes Valley Pilates studio’s fourth anniversary. New York-based yoga apparel brand Omala will be on hand with its eco-friendly line of activewear. Sip cocktails while you shop.
- Fans of secondhand treasures have reason to head south this weekend, thanks to the annual Palo Alto Citywide Yard Sale. Held throughout the Peninsula town on Saturday, the event aims to keep clothing, homewares and other castoffs out of landfills and cut down on unnecessary waste. Hunt among the many participating vendors for deals on both contemporary and vintage apparel and accessories.
- Another and equally as captivating opportunity to shop secondhand on Saturday takes place at Fort Mason, where the team from Los Angeles-based consignment destination Decades returns to the City for a one-day pop-up shop. The Decadestwo Pop-Up Shop at Fort Mason’s Firehouse brings both contemporary and vintage apparel and accessories sourced from Hollywood A-listers and high-end fashion hounds to San Francisco for one day. While the merch certainly isn’t cheap, a stop here does mean deals on pristine-condition items from coveted labels.
You can find details on all of these events and more happening this week on the SF Indie Fashion Calendar.