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By Aaron Davidson (Feb 1, 2008)
The day I moved to the city, I picked a direction and walked that way. One block from my new apartment at the northeast corner of Baker and McAllister, I found a rack of tee shirts in front of a window with a large gold watch hanging behind the pane. Beyond the window -- and the watch -- silk screeners worked machines, pressing colors and assembling graphics. More
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Scandinavian Fashion for the San Francisco Lifestyle
By Michelle Sieling (Jan 25, 2008)
In a major metropolitan area where you can find at least a hundred different types of cuisines in 14 square miles, I wonder why you can’t find just as many clothing stores with a regional influence as well. However, Flicka, a boutique stocked with Scandinavian goods on Fillmore Street in Pacific Heights is just that. When you think of Scandinavian products, you probably think of IKEA or even H&M. Scandinavian creations tend to be clean, modern, bold and affordable. Flicka encompasses most of that, except for the affordability. More
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Localize it!
By Jialin Luh (Dec 28, 2007)
This year there have been a slew of new discoveries on our list. From concept shops to handmade crafts - shopping has never been easier! More
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By Aaron Davidson (Dec 28, 2007)
As Divisadero approaches Haight St., an eccentric strip of shops and boutiques appears. The area is more of a destination than ever before, with fine dining (Nopa), live music (The Independent), and nightlife (Madrone, The Page, Waziema). As regular foot traffic grows so do the businesses, which already include a comic shop, a day spa, a games shop, and various second-hand stores. More
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Give Good Green
By grace chen (Dec 21, 2007)
I love New York. I love New York even more when it’s in San Francisco. Barneys New York is the latest shopping destination to have newly rooted itself near our own Union Square. What used to be FAO Schwartz’s tower of toys that greeted us through the opening doors are now a six-floor of fashion mecca. More
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Celebrate A Green Christmas!
By SFS Staff (Dec 12, 2007)
Here is a guide to my favorite 12 eco-friendly gifts, there is some shipping involved but one can also carbon offset their holiday travel/shipping. Lots of these items are under $100, so it won’t break your piggy bank. More
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Anti-Chain Store Holiday Roundup
By Jialin Luh (Dec 6, 2007)
The simultaneously dreaded and excitedly anticipated holiday shopping season is upon us. Before you succumb to elbowing your way through throngs of aggressive deal-seekers at the mall, consider some alternative avenues for procuring unique and thoughtful gifts. The next two weekends will be key. Tomorrow kicks off KPFA’s Crafts & Music Fair and Sunday marks the next installment of Mission Indie-mart. Next Thursday, Dec13th, the charming smattering of shops on Clement between 4th Ave and Arguello will extend their business hours to 9pm. Next Saturday, Dec 15th, Bazaar Bizarre touches down in Golden Gate Park. More
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French Couture at Target Prices
By grace chen (Nov 16, 2007)
New York, Milan, Paris and London all find themselves as spotlights for the catwalk circuits of any major design house. Other cities fetch some flash such as Los Angeles but San Francisco? Not so much. Californian denizens such as Peter Som and Derek Lam flock to New York to define au courant looks for Bill Blass and Tod‘s, respectively. Now Erin Fetherston has fled the coop too. More
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Good Stuffs
By Jialin Luh (Oct 26, 2007)
Rather than writing disdainfully about Halloween’s descent into the masses’ sorry excuse for getting away with as much skank as possible in public, I’ve opted to write about something much more pleasurable: the opening of San Francisco’s very own Rare Device. Blossoming in the space formerly known as National Product on Market Street, Rare Device is Rena Tom’s West Coast treat of a shop that originated in Brooklyn. More
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Shopping For a Cause
By Jialin Luh (Sep 28, 2007)
I’ve never been one to drop money on logo-patterned handbags a la Louis Vuitton, Coach, Fendi, Gucci, etc. No, I’m more of a Dutchy, Balenciaga, Ferragamo, Marc Jacobs kind of girl. That being said, I have trouble justifying spending hundreds and thousands of dollars on handbags. Imagine if proceeds from your luxury handbag purchase could benefit a local charity. Regardless of your style preference, the upcoming This Old Bag event at the W on October 19th presents exactly this opportunity. More
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