While last week was all about celebrating local shopping destinations, this week’s top style events beckon San Francisco fashion fans to gather en mass in festival settings. You’ll find the details on the SF Indie Fashion Calendar.
In a time of easy access to how-to videos and blogs, major craft fairs might only serve as inspiration for whatever your next D.I.Y. project might be. But walk inside the Renegade Craft Fair, and you’ll quickly learn that craft has gone far beyond the basics. Recycled book covers turned into laser-etched butterfly pins? Check. A necktie made out of wood? Check.
It took Fort Mason’s Festival Pavilion in San Francisco to hold the 40 local and national designers, models and approximately 1,200 guests who turned up for last Saturday’s Charity Fashion Show. Dubbed as the largest fashion show on the West Coast, local and independent labels such as Anya Tatarenko, Kittinhawk and Ragdoll presented their latest alongside spring offerings from major brands such as Gap and Tracy Reese to benefit The Princess Project, an organization that provides prom dresses to girls in need.
The bad news? You’re gonna lose an hour of sleep this weekend. But keeping things firmly on the up and up this week are plenty of events sure to entertain San Francisco fashion fans. For that, we turn to the SF Indie Fashion Calendar. Read on for our weekly dose of trunk sales, beauty happenings, fashion shows and places to shop from independent sources:
This weekend, Thread returns to San Francisco and, by the looks of it, the show taking place on Saturday and Sunday at Fort Mason is going to be bigger and better than ever. Along with over 100 designers and artists showing clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and children, the event promises several new notable features: