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Spring Fashion Review
By Gloria Tai (Aug 19, 2004)
Are you tired of moping over the impact that Carrie Bradshaw (from Sex in the City) has on today's fashion? Perhaps we can take her lead and infuse some genius into our own closets with this spring's loverly, ladylike looks.

Spring is the best time to play with color, as evidenced by runways abloom with a palette of bright Easter egg hues. Canary yellow and lime green lead the way amplifying styles by Michael Kors and Stella McCartney. More
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Spring is eternal in San Francisco
By SFS Staff (Aug 19, 2004)
The power of flowers cannot be more seeded or rooted than in San Francisco. Within this fertile ground 'flower power' was sown and blossomed in a complicated realm of cultural, musical and political forums during the 1960s and 1970s. This summer we take inspiration from the 60s & 70s in a single and simpler forum: the forum of fashion. More
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By Lisa Butterworth (Aug 19, 2004)
With all the creative folks who call San Francisco home, it's about time a shop successfully synthesized writings, art, homespun clothing, and accessories the way Needles & Pens does. Tucked away in the Mission, this gem of a d.i.y. store used to be the stuff of daydreams for Andrew Scott, a writer/designer who's been involved in the zine scene for years, and Breezy Strand Culbertson, a sewing machine queen. After returning from six months of travel, the couple decided to give themselves a job by opening a spot that incorporated their own interests as well as those of their artistic friends and the creative community in general... More
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A Cruelty Free Make Over
By Nirmala Nataraj (Aug 19, 2004)
Alternative cosmetics have recently pegged a finger on the pulse of beauty culture. Take Urban Decay, for instance; the trend-setting cosmetics company famous for color names inspired by the sordid realities of urbania (Roach, Smog, Rust, Oil Slick and Acid Rain) has flouted the puke-perfect priss of conventional makeup lines for years. Then there's Real Cosmetics, the pioneering company launched by Lubna Khalid that addresses the absence of products catering to ethnic skin... More
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New Menswear Collection Debuts
By SFS Staff (Aug 19, 2004)
Nestled in San Francisco's citadel of Gap-Levi-dom, a ground-level studio stands in the Mission with a simple black and white sign that reads "d.ROMERO". It is where David Romero, principal designer and founder, debuts his casual and elegant menswear line that sports a rugged edge. More
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Coke Bottle Charm
By Nirmala Nataraj (Aug 19, 2004)
Remember when glasses actually became cool? When coke bottles gracefully converted to frameless lightweights, and four eyes morphed into the brainy ovals of the fashion model turned executive? Certainly, while glasses have given sophomoric parodies of the socially maladjusted (think "Revenge of the Nerds") their retribution, I still consider them the perfect fashion accessory for formerly affronted youngsters. I fondly remember my own transition from telescopic foci to tortoiseshell chic (in the incarnation of stylish Modo frames)... More
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Easy as 1-2-3
By SFS Staff (Aug 19, 2004)
Shopping is as easy as 1-2-3. That's "123" as in the address 123 2nd Street where a former Financial District copy shop has given way to Vex, a spacious white loft which showcases the latest men's and women's fashions from Europe. Here you'll find simple but edgy pieces with affordable price points. More
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Uniquely British
By SFS Staff (Aug 19, 2004)
It's 2004 and the British are coming! The 4,000 square foot space on 60 Grant, near San Francisco's Union Square, houses the new storefront that showcases Ted Baker's quirky British designs. The store unveils Ted Baker's latest spring and summer collection that centers on innovative styles in unique and luxe fabrics for both men and women. More
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Floral Extraordinare
By Nirmala Nataraj (Aug 19, 2004)
If you ask Mary Lois Hare to give you a condensed history of her work as a designer, you'll quickly discover that she's a jack of all trades - and from the looks of it, she's mastered them all. Hare is an award-winning San Francisco-based event and floral designer, interior designer, set designer, and visual and performing artist. Celebrated for her dreamy theater designs, verdant nature-inspired installations and sculptures, grass-covered indoor furniture, and live theater performances, Hare's personal aesthetic is borrowed from "using objects found in nature, those things deeply familiar to us." More
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Fresh Gets Fresher
By Amy Sherman (Aug 15, 2004)
LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics bath and body shop has taken the concept of fresh to the extreme by featuring many vegan products, mostly organic ingredients, no animal testing, recyclable containers and everything made by hand. They even have a refrigerated section of "bio-fresh" products. More
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