How do you grow a fashion brand on sustainability? This question was the purpose of the E Factor Sustainability in Fashion Panel discussion at the Flood Building last week.
The start of the holidays is something to celebrate, and what better way to get into the holiday spirit by downing spirits at a cocktail party or two? Of course, now you’ll need a new dress. We’ve scouted out local brands and shops for pretty party dresses for the season’s cocktail-laden adventures.
Independent fashion designers are our first love, but we’ve got an ongoing crush on local retailers who combine eco-friendly fashion and independent labels under one roof. When next you’re on the hunt for eco-friendly apparel and accessories in San Francisco, take a gander at these local shops and boutiques:
Beats for Boobs (a.k.a. B4B) rocked out at mezzanine on Friday for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The local non-profit hosted the event as a celebration for the ‘Boobers’ of San Francisco, those who have suffered from the effects of breast cancer, as well as those who are surviving the disease. Here is a sample of what went down the runway:
Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: the Tequila Sunrise necklace ($218) from Irene Jung. Marbleized light green and yellow agate beads and a sparkling vintage rhinestone brooch add the elegance of vintage style to a modern look.