Among the stylish San Francisco events to look forward to this week are a jewelry-making class with sass, an accessories-heavy shopping event, a local designer’s fall collection on display and a denim trunk show. Intrigued? You’ll find the details on the SF Indie Fashion Calendar.
Last night’s Snow was an impressive event for San Francisco fashion. In addition to the participating designers, a slew of interesting and notable folks turned out, including Christopher Collins and his co-pilot-in-fashion Erica Tanamachi, Charleston Pierce, Karen Tamblyn, Owen Geronimo, Fati Farmanfarmaian, Lorence Manansala, Marie Leggette and many others.
The SF Indie Fashion Calendar is always full of events to keep San Francisco fashion lovers busy with trunk sales, beauty happenings, fashion shows and places to shop from independent sources — even on a fine holiday week such as this one. Here’s our pick of top San Francisco fashion events this week:
Fresh off a stint on Project Runway, San Francisco designer Christopher Collins now boasts the distinction of having pieces from his Fall 2010 collection available at Neiman Marcus in Union Square. Here, we take a look at his latest looks, which stand out from the crowd with cinched waists, wide-leg pants and easy going versatility in neutral hues.
I’ll admit it. I didn’t even watch the finale of last season’s Project Runway until three weeks after the fact on DVR. So when Erica Tanamachi, the creative director behind San Francisco label Christopher Collins, got in touch today to say that Christopher is one of season 8’s contestants, I was not only thrilled to hear that a local was once again going to be on the show, but also thankful that there’s now more than one reason to watch (the other obviously being Tim Gunn).