San Francisco’s music event of the summer is here: Outside Lands is bringing awesome bands, performers and local food vendors to Golden Gate Park this weekend. Why not show off the best the city has to offer with a killer outfit built from locally-designed pieces?
Many people focus their lives on making the world a better place. Dean Ramadan and Mark Spera are doing their part by opening BeGood Clothing, a store nestled in Cow Hollow on Union Street that celebrates its grand opening on Saturday. Here’s why it stands out: BeGood Clothing only carries pieces with environmental, social or humanitarian impact (or a combo thereof). Ramadan and Spera were initially inspired by international travels and philanthropic work, respectively. However, it was the success of Tom’s Shoes and its “one for one” philosophy that led the pair to open a retail store. When the former college roommates began scouting for philanthropic brandsRead More →
For the moment, San Francisco has not one, but two must-see fashion-centric exhibitions on display. Jean Paul Gaultier’s edgy ensembles have taken over the deYoung Museum with The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, while Cindy Sherman’s variety of costume changes are gracing the galleries of SFMOMA in Cindy Sherman. We compare the exhibits blow-by-blow. Who will win this stylish smackdown? Read on to find out.
Snapped in front of Creperie St. Germaine in SoMa: Svetlana Istrati. As she strolled through SoMa, Svetlana’s urban and playful ensemble exuded a casual chic. She answered some of our questions here.
Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: With the San Francisco fog, summer can feel a bit gloomy. Lighten up with a classic chambray shirt, $125, from Taylor Stitch. The tailoring pros just debuted their women’s collection, including this super soft, delicately patterned button down available in blue, black and red. Consider it your wardrobe’s new pick-me-up.