In the window at Sui GENERIS “Illa” boutique: If you’re looking for something to do while waiting for a table during one of the many Sunday brunch spots around the Castro, then pop into this upscale consignment shop between Noe and Sanchez Streets–its male counterpart, “Ille”, is located less than a block away.
Apartment hunting in San Francisco right now is serious stuff: there’s fierce competition among hopeful renters trying to grab the attention of perspective landlords. The good news? Looking polished can help – and doesn’t have to cost a month’s rent.
In the window at Goodbyes: bright fall fashion pretty much perfect for year-round San Francisco weather is on display at this Laurel Heights consignment shop. The neighborhood is filled with top-tier boutiques, but wallet-conscious shoppers in search of quality clothing at discounted prices regularly head here for women’s and men’s attire.
While thousands of people swarmed Golden Gate Park for the lineup at Outside Lands this past weekend, there was another element in the mix–the style of both performers and the crowd.
Day two of the San Francisco Fashion Week runway shows drew an audience itching to see the week-long event’s ready-to-wear lineup. Designs from Victor’s Promise, MIKELSEN, Alphyn Industries, Boditecture by Wen Guo, CHUI CHUI by Tracy Wong and Alyssa Nicole paraded down the runway to electro-industrial beats while guests lit up the venue as they snapped pictures with their phones.