May 25, 2015

Triple Time: New From 3 Local Jewelry Designers




New collections from Made Jewelry, Nola Bella and Elixir9 are on our minds this week. Here, a quick sampling from each.

Photos (from top): Fillmore pendant, Made Jewelry; Long hammered glimmer pendant, Elixir9; Opera Rhinestone Necklace, Nola Bella.

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Fashion News: New from Nola Bella and Jasmin Zorlu, Open Source Embroidery at MOCFA, New Stores and more!

Sometimes you feel like a nut. In other news….

Nola Bella just debuted new fall and holiday 09 styles, including the Bold and Beautiful necklace shown here. We love. See them all at Seeking Designers.

If you love embroidery (we do), then you won’t want to miss the crafty-cool Open Source Embroidery exhibit launching today at the Museum of Craft and Folk Art.

Jasmin Zorlu is debuting her new fall winter 2009 hat collection this weekend in a studio sale with Ocelot Clothing. If you’ve been looking for a show-stopping outfit-topper, we’d highly recommend a peek at Zorlu’s work.

As you’ve likely heard from our friends over here (who just happen to be sporting a very nice new look), Christopher Collins opens his first boutique today in lower Nob Hill. Stay tuned for more on that from us in the coming days.

It’s been a while (by our calculations), so we’re glad to see The Warehouse Sale is back in the city this weekend. It has been a go-to of ours for several years now for its ability to condense requisite jeans-buying missions into rapid-fire try-on sessions that allow us to blow through 20 odd pairs to find the right ones. If you plan to go, be sure to RSVP to get in free.

Kathy Kamei will be having a trunk show tonight at dress boutique at 2271 Chestnut St. Along with showcasing this local San Francisco jewelry designer’s new fall collection, dress will be donating 10 percent of all sales during the event to Susan G. Komen in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Fans of street-inspired apparel take note: there’s a new search engine just for you. San Francisco-based Street Apparel helps you find clothes from designers such as WeSC, Hellz Bellz, Volcom and others in a slew of online shops.

Looking for more fashion fabulousness in the City this weekend? Visit the SF Indie Fashion Calendar.