October 23, 2014

In Pane Sight: Molte Cose and Belle Cose

In the window at Molte Cose and Belle Cose: Russian Hill’s twin vintage-minded shops for men and women brilliantly blend old and new with mysterious little treasures, flirty cocktail dresses, delicate jewelry and even Rat Pack-esque fashion for men. But be forewarned, with interiors as charming as the windows, once you’ve entered, it may be hard to leave.

Photography courtesy Cortney Clift

In Pane Sight: Urban Bazaar

Urban Bazaar, 1371 9th Ave., San Francisco

In the window at Urban Bazaar: Everything from children’s shoes to recycled guitar picks live in this Inner Sunset shop on 9th Avenue between Irving and Judah. Featuring local and handmade clothing and home decor items, you can jump off the N line on the way to Ocean Beach and pick up something snazzy–a set of, “don’t be an idiot, idiot,” note cards, perhaps?

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In Pane Sight: Revolver

Revolver, 136 Fillmore St., San Francisco

In the window at Revolver: All things needed for avoiding a gloomy summer in San Francisco can be found in this little shop tucked in Lower Haight. You’ll find it on Fillmore between Waller and Germania St. near Cafe du Soleil, where you can pick up a croissant and a latte to warm up.

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Photography by Lindsay Harte

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This is part of a new series featuring San Francisco store windows. Do you know of a window display that deserves to be on SF Indie Fashion? Do tell.

In Pane Sight: Dark Garden

Dark Garden Custom Corsetry

In the window at Dark Garden: Ballerina pink meets tough punk at this custom corsetry and apparel shop located in Hayes Valley. You’ll find it next to the Blue Bottle Kiosk on Linden St. between Octavia and Gough.

Photography by Lindsay Harte

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This is part of a new series featuring San Francisco store windows. Do you know of a window display that deserves to be on SF Indie Fashion? Do tell.