The bad news? You’re gonna lose an hour of sleep this weekend. But keeping things firmly on the up and up this week are plenty of events sure to entertain San Francisco fashion fans. For that, we turn to the SF Indie Fashion Calendar. Read on for our weekly dose of trunk sales, beauty happenings, fashion shows and places to shop from independent sources:
- On Tuesday, surround yourself in luxe local style during the Azadeh Couture trunk show and collection viewing. It’s a chance to see the local label’s refined women’s apparel and party-worthy dresses on display in a sophisticated setting.
- Friday’s Spring into Fall Fashion Show promises locally-designed apparel and jewelry heading down the runway surrounded by the always-impressive interiors of the Bently Reserve. The cheapest tickets have already sold out, but here’s the good news: you can still buy your way into the choicest rows. Want to sit in the front row? It’ll run you $150, but take heart, as the proceeds go towards a good cause: The Coral Reef Alliance. A few of the participating designers include Amber Marie Bently, Miss G Designs, Sara Shepherd and Sequoia & Gita.
- On Saturday, head to one of the few “fashion shows” that you might unwittingly already be a part of. Street Threads: The Show celebrates local photographer Ariel Soto’s years of capturing San Francisco street fashion. The event at Density doubles as the launch of Soto’s self-published book Street Threads, which features over 100 photographs of locals sporting noteworthy street style.
- Still in search of style-minded things to do? We’d also recommend checking out BellJar’s 3-year anniversary party, the Contemporary Crafts Market at Fort Mason, the Amusement Architecture show featuring local jewelry designer Anna Andersson and the Why Style Matters lecture at the de Young Museum with Kate Betts, author of Everyday Icon: Michelle Obama and the Power of Style.
You can find details on all of these events and more happening this week on the SF Indie Fashion Calendar.