July 23, 2014

SF Fashion Events: ArtPoint’s Gaultier Panel, RAW SF, Herringbone + More

 

Along with invite-only events celebrating Mulberry and Refinery29 that we’re sure many of you will be headed to, this week promises style fun for everyone with an ArtPoint panel chat inspired by The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier exhibition featuring Poetic & Chic’s Annie Wilson and designer Bacca da Silva, the latest installment of the art-and-fashion extravaganza that is RAW SF, a trunk show with Herringbone bags at Harper Paige salon and the 5th Stitch Launch Party. Also this week, the Gallery of Jewels continues its 10-day bridal engagement event, showcasing aisle-ready jewelry by independent artists and designers.

Find details on these and other upcoming San Francisco fashion events waiting on the SF Indie Fashion Calendar. And of course, as you know, it doesn’t stop there. We’re adding new fashion happenings all the time, so check back often.

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The Do List: SF Fashion Events Feb. 29-March 4

Leap year babies celebrate, and then it’s on to March and more than a few style happenings on the horizon. The week revs up tonight with Poshmark’s first San Francisco Live Posh Party, where you can don a party dress and hope to sell it before the evening’s through. Thursday packs a slew of events into one night. Head to Cow Hollow for the Sasha Maks Vintage E-Boutique Launch Party, to the FiDi for a Refinery29 shindig at Bastille and to SoMa for the darkly edgy Supreme Beings Fashion Show featuring new work by San Francisco designers¬†IIMUAHII and Ilanio. Next, try stripping down to your skivvies for free clothing on Friday at Union Square’s Desigual before stepping back into your sophisticated self for a Saturday Camilla Olson presentation on the Peninsula.

See you out and about!

You can find details on all of these events and more happening this week on the SF Indie Fashion Calendar.

The Do List: San Francisco Fashion Events April 25-May 1

San Francisco fashion fans, look out. This week the SF Indie Fashion Calendar is p-p-packed with worthy fashion and style events, including one of the year’s most popular charitable fashion happenings, a longstanding and well-attended Hayes Valley shopping festival and a shopping-driven launch extravaganza for a major fashion web site’s Bay Area arrival.

  • On Tuesday, the week starts off with the launch party for already-much-talked-about local label Pladra, whose plaid shirts for men and women feature contrasting cuffs printed with outdoorsy scenes that’ll make you want to hop a ride to Tahoe. And pronto.
  • Once Thursday rolls around, there’s a little something for everyone. Discarded to Divine is sure to draw many a local fashion fan to St. Mary’s Cathedral for its annual display of garments, accessories and items for the home made by local artists and designers using cast-off textiles and materials. Proceeds from the event and its accompanying silent and live auction benefit the St. Vincent de Paul San Francisco Society’s many programs for people in need.
  • Also on Thursday, two other style-minded events compete for locals’ love. You can get your shop on in honor of Refinery29′s recent San Francisco launch during a Shop Crawl event to lots of notable San Francisco boutiques, including Anica, BellJar and Grave & Gold. A private party for local fashion folks follows. Who knows, maybe we’ll see you there. And if viewing fashion from a handful of up-and-coming local designers is more your speed, you’ll want to head to 111 Minna for Constituent Parts, a show featuring the latest from designers Autie Carlisle, Justin Jamison, Rachel Poulos and Cameron Stewart.
  • Come Sunday, the ever-popular Capsule Design Festival takes over Hayes Valley with 130 independent designers and artists showing off all manner of apparel and accessories for men, women and children, as well as home decor. Free and family-friendly, the event is an excellent excuse to spend a few hours meandering up and down Hayes and Octavia Streets in search of special finds.

You can find details on all of these events and more happening this week on the SF Indie Fashion Calendar.