We’re big fans of locally-made jewelry that packs a unique flavor, so you can imagine we were taken with the adornments of San Francisco designer Megan Stacy and her Salty Fox line. Using metals, recycled leather and chains, the former Lela Rose intern aims to make necklaces, earrings and bracelets with sophisticated edge and affordable prices.
Known for their boot bands and harnesses, Bay Area-based accessories line The 2 Bandits has expanded upwards to the wrists with a collection of leather and metal bracelets.
The personalities behind the shops we love are often just as intriguing as what’s on the shelves. Case in point: Bunny Fayne of Circle & Square, a Presidio Heights boutique brimming with posh accessories, jewelry and gifts made by artisans and independent designers from around the globe.
Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: this 100 percent cotton and denim, retro-flower wallet, on sale for $35, (reg. $50), is one of the newest handmade creations to be released from San Francisco-based Ichi-V, maker of handbags and accessories in sunny, colorful patterns.
For a touch of menswear-inspired pinstripes without donning the whole stuffy suit, the newly-launched Savile Row collection from San Francisco-based accessories company Tokyobay awaits.