Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: channel your inner vixen with the intricately constructed Lulu ribbon corset, $130, from San Francisco-based Honey Cooler Handmade. Designer Stephanie Bodnar handcrafts her corsets using Victorian and Edwardian era inspired designs and materials such as woven brocade ribbon, satin, lace and silver busk closures.
The crowd gathered at the Bently Reserve for last week’s 3rd Annual Styling the Modern Man was dressed to kill for a 1960’s-themed night billed as a celebration and investigation of what it means to be a modern man. An array of tools and demonstrations on grooming, entertaining, décor and personal style greeted guests, who came for a first look at the latest in the men’s luxury market.
Situated in the heart of the Mission lies a wonderland brimming with items sure to render art collectors and fashion mavens alike giddy with excitement. That this half gallery, half boutique just so happens to be called Wonderland SF is altogether fitting – because that’s exactly what you’ll find inside.
It’s a basic truth: we want to make a statement with the clothes that we wear. You know: that constant craving to show off your unique self through fashion. Well, it’s never been easier to do. Say a big hello to Kreeya.com, the newest and hippest shopping destination for independent fashion in San Francisco. When you shop at Kreeya, you are buying something unique. Whether it is the Enchantress Dress by Dominique Ansari or the perfect biking skirt by Miranda Caroligne, pieces will be hand made especially for you. And as if that wasn’t enough, you’ll earn extra karma points for supporting independent local designers.Read More →
With the holiday season in full swing, the SF Indie Fashion Calendar is full of events to keep San Francisco fashion lovers busy with trunk sales, beauty happenings, fashion shows and opportunities to shop from independent sources. Here’s our pick of top San Francisco fashion and style events this week: