Look good, do good. That’s the motto fueling San Francisco’s Retrofit Republic, a private shopping destination for recycled and vintage apparel and accessories. Fans of Julia and Jenny’s styling prowess that we are, we’re looking forward to viewing the Fall ’11 Lookbook: Community Heroes Edition when it launches Saturday. You can be among the first to see it, too.
The fashionable duo’s latest lookbook launches Ssaturday night at The Summit and features a roster of well-known locals who’ve put their time into the San Francisco community via public service, environmental causes and non-profit organizations, among them San Francisco Supervisors Jane Kim and David Chiu, Cedric Brown of the Mitchell Kapor Foundation and the Brightline Defense Project’s Joshua Arce.
The launch also fetes Retrofit Republic’s first year in business and features a best-dressed competition, photobooth and giveaways from local merchants such as The Brooklyn Circus, Four Barrel Coffee, Umbrella Salon, Lower Haters and Merch.
Making it all the more attractive, the event is free to attend.
For more about Retrofit Republic, check out our conclusion that Julia and Jenny may just be the best personal styling deal in town.
SF Indie Fashion is a media sponsor for this event