San Francisco Fashion Week will have a fashion and art bazaar. According to this Craigslist post, vendors are needed. If this post has expired by the time you look at it, the contact email for more information is firstname.lastname@example.org.
This weekend, there will be a fashion show happening Sat. night at Studio Z. Great place for this type of event. The last time I was there was for a Chillin’ Productions event, and it was an excellent space with enough room for people to mingle and drink while artists and designers showed their stuff. I’m not familiar with many of the designers, but they include: Shaniece Walcott, Jeremy Parr, Sasha Igdari, Elizabeth Cheng, oda by Angie Kim, Maggie Kim & Mandalyn Begay, Setareh, Nicacelly, Josephine Yan and jewelry by Maya Kini. Here’s the full post I saw about the event. Shows are at 10PMRead More →
From this month’s PaperCity, the sisters/design team duo behind Rodarte, a women’s line based out of Pasadena, CA will be at a trunk show at Susan (3685 Sacramento St, 415-922-3685) on July 27. In May, designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy received two nominations for Gen Art Styles 2005 awards during New York’s fashion week. Here’s one of my favorite items from the Fall 2005 collection:
Billion Dollar Babes sample sales get a lot of hype. I’ve never been, but plan to check out the next SF event on July 23. If you want to go, you’ve got to register and RSVP prior to the event. To do so, go here.
Looks like Feria Urbana is only happening monthly these days, so be sure to mark this on your calendar. This is one of the city’s original indie bazaars – and one of the most regular happenings. An added bonus is the venue: The Canvas Gallery. What a place. Art, food, wi-fi, coffee and cocktails. What more could a girl ask for?