Nails were the name of the game at Mira Mira’s recent D.I.Y. Nail Ladies Night, hosted by fashion blogger Santina of StylebySantina and Parris and Kiri of local nail line Pams and Kim. Check out the all the fun that went down at Mira Mira.
This past Saturday North Beach played host as “dirtheads” flooded in for the launch of Free Dirt, a local brand with a healthy dose of in-your-face attitude celebrating the arrival of a new online store and men’s clothing line featuring brightly-colored jackets, hats and (it’s true) a t-shirt dubbed the Dirty Sanchez*. On the scene: friends, bloggers and photographers hitting the dance floor and downing mini tacos.
Looking for wildly inventive New Year’s Eve hair inspiration? Maybe you’ll pick up a few ideas from Ginger Rubio Salon’s The Hunt fashion and hair event, held at DNA Lounge this fall. Channeling Little Red Riding Hood and Twilight, the model’s moody up-dos, “boho meets barbarian” men’s cuts, feathers, braids and exaggerated extensions were inspired by German forests, supple leather, utility, fantasy and history.
A bevy of gussied-up guys and gals turned out earlier this week for a party at Photobooth, a Mission spot specializing in old school cameras and photography portraits. Thanks to co-hosting by Rue magazine and boutique Mira Mira and ample chances to get snapped on the scene, the place was packed with fashion bloggers, media and shoppers digging into the 22nd Street store’s one-night pop up shop.
Fashion for a good cause drew many out on a recent Thursday night to Mission boutique Hangr16 for the re-launch of the Wildlife Works Fashion Collection, a line of organic cotton, carbon-neutral clothing for men, women and children that helps create jobs in rural Kenya. Along with its socially-responsible take on style, the clothing appeals with simple shapes, neutral hues and easy wearability.