Opening this weekend in San Francisco is STOREFRONT: Holiday Pop-Up brought to you by DNA (designers+artists) and Free Gold Watch. This free-to-attend event showcases local designers, designer vintage, art and great gifts in one sweet spot.
Ultra-chic boutique CARROTS, nestled in San Francisco’s posh Jackson Square neighborhood, celebrated its 4th birthday last Thursday evening and drew a crowd of uber-stylish San Franciscans, among them the evening’s hosts Taylor of Sterling Style, Samantha Rudd & Kendall Asmuth of Sequin Harvest, Erin Hiemstra of Apartment 34 and Caitlin of Sacramento Street. Read on for pics and detes from the night’s festivities.
If you’ve been ever-so-patiently waiting for the opening of the new Shotwell store in the Mission, a pop-up shop at Engine Works this weekend brings an all-too-brief chance to shop the local retailer’s inventory.
A gorgeous sunny summer Sunday, a slew of designers and a crowd hungry for beer and D.I.Y. set the stage for last weekend’s Indie Mart at Thee Parkside in lower Potrero. After an eight-month hiatus, the well-attended event came back with gusto and a serious assortment of independent designers displaying their latest.
This just in: the folks at Joshu + Vela, the handmade organic tote and backpack company, have launched an online store. Ranging from $195 to $300, these bags are made from USA-born materials, natural dyes and premium leather.