Last Thursday style-crazed bloggers and fashionistas flocked to Pretty Pretty Collective Salon and Art Gallery for the much-talked-about debut of the new look book from Mission boutique Mira Mira. Together with PPC’s Georgia Rew, Mira Mira’s Mira Pickett threw a killer runway party featuring local style bloggers as models to celebrate her shop’s latest looks for fall.
The dynamic duo, who have created quite the buzz on 22nd Street of late, worked with the rest of the PPC Productions crew to transform the venue into a style-heavy space complete with luminous light installations by Aleksandra Zee and a runway flanked by two rows of numbered seats, each with festive gift bag stuffed with goodies.
As guests awaited the lookbook presentation, they ventured to the bar in back of the room for a silver bowl brimming with champagne cocktails and a spread of Sea Bells mini cupcakes. After quenching their thirst, snapping photos and catching up with friends, guests took their seats as the models in an upstairs dressing room dealt slipped into their first runway look.
The fashion show featured 15 looks ranging from feminine to romantic, bold, bohemian and vintage-inspired. Designs by To Be Adored, Annabelle, Mink Pink, Clover Canyon, Audrey 3+1 and Shakuhachi made their way down the runway modeled by a few of San Francisco’s favorite style bloggers: Blair of Atlantic Pacific, Jennie of Going West, Laura of On the Racks.
After the runway show wrapped, the models slipped out of their runway looks to join the party. We grabbed the host herself for a quick Q&A.
When asked what kind of woman shops at Mira Mira, Pickett said, ” Women who love fashion and like to have fun with it and take risks.”
What sets her store apart from the rest? Mira says, “I try to carry unique styles that aren’t available all over SF at affordable price-points.”
Not only does the Mira Mira girl love fashion, but she loves a girls night, which Mira holds once a month at her the boutique.
As the party began to wind down and it was time to close up shop, the crowd switched it up and scooted next door to the Latin America Club to continue the celebration with pinatas and a few rounds of round of ice-cold brews.
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Photography courtesy of SF Indie Fashion (1, 3, 8, 9, 10) and Mira Mira