House of Nines Design is an independent, high-end hat design business by San Francisco’s Tricia Roush and one of the many local small businesses in the running for the Chase/Living Social Mission: Small Business program, whose voting ends June 30. Roush hopes to keep San Francisco millinery alive and well by opening a House of Nines Design shop in San Francisco. Like many local designers, she’s hoping for your vote to get her project off the ground.
Bay Area fashion fans won’t be bored this week, thanks to the sheer variety of style-minded events on the SF Indie Fashion Calendar in the days ahead. What’s in store? Oh just the City’s biggest live fashion competition, a nightclub runway show featuring local designers, a vintage fashion fair, a noteworthy Berkeley trunk show, the preview night for Discarded to Divine and much, much more.
Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: inspired by Swedish paper Valentines, the oh-so-festive and entirely handmade, one-of-a-kind red and maroon Love Turban, $278, made of fur felt by San Francisco-based milliner Jasmin Zorlu.
This month at supperclub’s ongoing avant garde supperchic event, Tosca Soraya and Kitty Andrews Millinery are on the evening’s menu, which pairs a three-course dinner with a fashion show and interactive elements such as a photo shoot with a pro photographer.
Let San Francisco fashion go to your head tonight during The Violet Hour Fashion Show, a free event at SoMa’s Manor West featuring the high drama head pieces of local milliner Kitty Andrews and apparel by Eel & Ermine.