Reliquary in Hayes Valley is having a last-minute holiday sale that means up to 45 percent off your purchases when you buy in multiples, which is certainly not a difficult thing to do at this shop.
Celebrating three years in the City this week is Hayes Valley boutique Cary Lane. During the Cary Lane 3-Year Anniversary Party on Friday event, local fashion fans will descend on the subterranean shop for a fun-filled evening of drinks, tunes, raffle prizes and 30 percent off all merchandise.
There’s a solid list of raffle prizes (haircuts! gift certificates! clothing!), a ton of food and beverage sponsors, a live DJ, an art show and, of course, lots of discounted designer samples and pieces from owner Cary LaScala’s own in-house private men’s shirt line.
More San Francisco sales…
SF Indie Fashion is a media sponsor for this event
This week San Francisco is abuzz with boutique parties and trunk shows galore, but eco-fashion fans will want to take note of one show in particular: Jeffrey Levin Reclaimed Wood Jewelry at Cisco Home.
This Saturday at Hayes Valley’s Cisco Home, the Cape Town-born Levin will be showing an exclusive collection created using remnants from the store. Passionately perfecting his craft since starting out at the tender age of 12, his latest collection features designs made from an array of reclaimed wood adorned with delicate details.
Drawing inspiration from natural elements, Levin used remnants of Cisco Home’s furniture to handcraft each and everyone of his pieces. In addition to the unveiling of Levin’s reclaimed jewelry, there will also be pieces on offer from his Super Skinnys, Tinys, Wraps, Charm Strings, Dog Tags, Medallions and Initials collections as well.
Intrigued? See it for yourself: Jeffrey Levin Reclaimed Wood Jewelry at Cisco Home, Sept. 24, 12-4pm, 580 Hayes Street, San Francisco.
Photo courtesy of Cisco Home and Jeffrey Levin
More eco-friendly fashion….
In the window at Ver Unica: Perfectly pressed pleats, luscious leather carryalls, a delicate gold locket and cat-eye framed specs will have you reminiscing about your days spent laboring over reading, writing and arithmetic. Didn’t have those? Not to worry.
If hitting the town and not the library is more your scene, skip on over to the vintage-minded boutique’s second location, also on Hayes Street, where a pastel, floor-length gown adorned with shimmering detail reigns supreme. Stop in to either of Ver Unica’s two locations in the bustling neighborhood of Hayes Valley for a variety of reasonably priced, one-of-a-kind vintage pieces, rare treasures, obscure trinkets and jewelry from local Bay Area designers such as 1228 and Metal Smith.