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Yes, today is Halloween, and no it’s not too late to get with the spirit of the occasion and don a costume– particularly if you stop by Costumes On Haight, the lower Haight Street staple specializing in costumes of all kinds, for sale and for rent, including many gorgeous vintage items and options from Buffalo Bill to Bonnie and Clyde.
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.
Bringing a literal, eco-friendly twist to the something old, something new refrain every bride-to-be** hears sixty-five million times is Daughters of Simone, whose newly-available array of reconstructed vintage wedding gowns offers an affordable alternative to the traditional dress.
With its recently-launched 2011 line of handbags and accessories, Escama Studio takes recycled pop-tops to a new level of sophistication with updated shapes such as the oversized Luci tote shown here and details that include chrome hardware and detachable wrist straps.