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Road-ready Riding Gear
By Michelle Sieling (Sep 20, 2008)
If you spend just a few minutes standing on Market St. in downtown San Francisco, it’s likely you will spot a messenger bag with a black griffin on a red background. If you aren’t already familiar with the ubiquitous logo, I’d like to introduce you to Chrome Bags. More
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Destiny Shopping in Mill Valley
By Tracie Broom (Aug 23, 2008)
For ladies who love their labels (and their bargains), Diamonds in the Rough has become a must-visit stop on the Bay Area upscale consignment circuit. Much in the vein of My Roommate's Closet, Goodbyes and Retail Therapy in San Francisco, this friendly little Mill Valley consignment boutique sells nearly new designer clothes at 50% to 60% off of retail prices. More
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Hot Dogs + Burt Reynolds + Evil Dead = Totally Awesome
By Jialin Luh (Jul 18, 2008)
This week we were fortunate and excited to catch up with Jen D’Angelo, designer extraordinaire behind local imprint Nooworks. Having just wrapped the photo shoot for her “scary camping” fall line inspired by Bruce Campbell’s cult favorite Evil Dead, Jen, who also bartends at The Attic, gives us a little peek into her world, how postcards have shaped it and what we have to look forward to. More
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New Flagship Anchors in the Mission
By grace chen (Jul 4, 2008)
What started as a night job selling clothes to a few record stores has now turned into a full-time retail empire that stretches from Brooklyn to San Francisco. Wendy Mullin has just claimed her latest domain with her fourth Built by Wendy flagship store in the Mission where her summer collection of fantasy prep school looks and kitschy Americana tees have just arrived. More
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Local Flavor that’s Anything But Stodgy
By Jialin Luh (Jun 20, 2008)
The phrase “Mission Statement” is probably not the first to pop into your head when you’re trying to come up with a place to shop for unique items from local designers, and certainly is not often synonymous with “fun”. But don’t let that deter you from The Mission Statement, a charming four-month-old co-op featuring the works of local designers. Unlike some of the other great locally-oriented establishments, The Mission Statement carries not only a tasty variety of clothing and accessories, but swoon-worthy lighting and other home accents as well. More
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Shopping in a Cave was Never so Fun
By Jialin Luh (May 16, 2008)
With SF-born stalwart Huf and establishments like True, Upper Playground, Fatlace and Invisible Stripes, San Francisco has not been at a loss for streetwear as the scene continues to burgeon. But the addition of a unique storefront from LA’s The Hundreds in the Tendernob puts a new spot in the upper ranks of streetwear destinations for the denizens and visitors of SF. More
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Pinning It Up
By grace chen (Apr 11, 2008)
Seeking Bettie Grable or Dita Von Teese pinup status? Discriminating applicants may apply at Dollhouse Bettie -- the domain where one can find wall to wall selections of vintage lace gowns sheer enough to maintain some mystery or au courant naughty bra cups that show all with a slight pull of a bow. Founders Michelle Athanasiades and Eric Metens bring romance and glamour to a boudoir that showcases lingerie looks of yesterday and tomorrow. More
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True Vintage From All Over Under One Roof
By Jialin Luh (Mar 13, 2008)
A good day garage- or estate-sale hopping can yield fabulous finds. There is something special about scrounging a couple hours away through someone else’s junk for gems, kind of like the giddy feeling you might get finding one or two prized records after a long crate-digging session. But let’s face it: not everyone is up to the task. Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the Vintage Fashion Expo might be the answer vintage fashion lovers seek: this popular show brings together dealers from across the country under one roof for a weekend of treasure hunting that kicks off tomorrow morning. More
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Not Your Run-of-the-Mill Style Guide
By Jialin Luh (Feb 29, 2008)
With the burgeoning proliferation of the blogging and online social networking worlds, self-proclaimed “lifestyle navigator” Charles & Marie successfully marries technology and style trends with a unique shopping experience you can access from the comfort of your own home. The locally-based web site is an aggregator of sorts, bringing together thoughtfully-curated items from all over the world that can be purchased directly from the site, city guides and product and travel blogs, all intended to point visitors at what the site contributors consider to be the must-have and must-visit places. More
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Out of the Park
By Aaron Davidson (Feb 15, 2008)
Posters. Prints. Paperweights. Paperbacks. Piggy banks. Postcards. Pillboxes. The Petit Pattern book. It's only appropriate that the store housing such miscellany be named Park Life (emphasis on the first consonant). Opened in 2006 on Clement near 3rd Ave. in the Inner Richmond, Park Life provides a fresh take on art and design, creating a space where affordable goods meet adventurous designs. More
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