Calling all fans of food and local fashion: Joshu+Vela has released a new bag in its capsule collection for Tartine Bakery. Sold only at the insanely popular bakery, the Boat Tote is one the company says will “last multiple generations.” More reasons to snag a tote with your next morning bun?
On a late November Sunday, there was something for just about everyone at Thread Show, whether you fancy rock star jewelry made from guitar picks, saucy lingere with skull face cut-outs or just an afternoon spent amongst designers, down tempo DJs, and fans of local fashion.
In the window at Swankety Swank: popping colors, bold blazers, refurbished furniture, trendy housewares and plenty of stylish threads made by local master-craftspeople with the conscious consumer in mind.
Who says San Francisco doesn’t care about style? Even the Mayor’s office is getting behind the local fashion industry with the launch of FashionSF, a new program that’s part of the City’s Start Here, Grow Here, Stay Here economic development initiative.
Old-fashioned glam and styles from another era took over The O Room during the recent Alameda Point Vintage Fashion Faire, an annual event co-founded by Sandra Michan (check Sandra’s vintage shopping tips). In the mix? Everything from neckties to housewares to dress patterns.