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Sweet Things
By Jialin Luh (Dec 2, 2005)
With the onslaught of rain and rabid holiday shoppers stepping all over your feet in the scramble for humdrum mass-produced goods at the department store, it's easy to feel blue. But before you start running for cover or retreating into rebellious hibernation, pop over to Candystore on Valencia at 16th. The distinctive delights, nostalgic treasures and cheery atmosphere are guaranteed to whisk your winter woes away. More
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Spanish Fashion House Arrives
By grace chen (Nov 4, 2005)
The mega-clothing chain from Spain finally erected its first California outpost near Union Square where it shares the same block as fashion heavyweights, Giorgio Armani and Burberry. Luckily for shoppers, unlike her neighbors, Zara brandishes its latest runway looks minus the latest Euro exchange rates for women, men and children. More
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Delicious Designs for the Discriminating
By Jialin Luh (Sep 9, 2005)
"Nice" is not the first adjective that comes to mind when I salivate over the sexy pieces Nice Collective unleashes each season. This San Francisco design house that is Joe Haller and Ian Hannula does mostly men's clothing and is damn good at it too. More
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Thinking East? Head North
By Anthony Russell (Aug 12, 2005)
Far be it from me to take shopping pointers from the tourists who liberally populate San Francisco on a regular basis -- I would rather be the one dispensing the tips as opposed to receiving them -- but in consideration of the narrow tourist-choked streets of Grant Avenue, I'm beginning to suspect perhaps the out-of-towners are onto something. More
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Accessible Couture
By grace chen (Jun 17, 2005)
The Cheongsam or qipao, depending on the Chinese dialect, sweeps into high fashion nearly every season. For this Spring/Summer 2005, various designers showcase different interpretations of this traditional Chinese dress. Whether inspired by luxurious silk designs or the frog closure details, it is evident that from Alexander McQueen to Giorgio Armani to Derek Lam, the influence is hard to dismiss. More
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Authentic, Updated Vintage
By Jialin Luh (Jun 10, 2005)
Open only Friday through Sunday, a charming gift shop cum art gallery sits on a quiet block of Market Street under the moniker of National Product. Sundry adorable and coveted oddities await the lucky shopper in a thoughtfully decorated space where handcrafted and limited edition objects reside alongside authentic vintage accessories, laughter-fit-inducing greeting cards and almost-nostalgic plastic figurines. More
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Smart and Wearable
By grace chen (May 27, 2005)
Outside 1527 Fillmore, just below Japantown and Upper Fillmore's stretch of boutiques and cafes, is a man wearing a surgical mask with gloves. Meet Matt Dick, Creative Director for Harputs Y-3. Currently under renovation, the nondescript storefront is easy to miss but will soon showcase the world's largest concentration of Y-3 designs from Yohji Yamamoto for Adidas. More
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Past and Present Chic
By Gloria Tai (May 12, 2005)
There can never be enough boutiques to fill our wardrobe desires. So needless to say, our eyes and wanting closets perked up to the opening of De Novo. This teeny-tiny boutique is an answer to the yearning for something feminine, a touch frilly, and a dash of sexy. This pint-sized shop offers fashion fiends beautiful options, from young and yet-to-be known Los Angeles, New York, and Europe designers. Your wallet will certainly like the costs, as De Novo offers a smidgeon of the price from traditional designers. More
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Don't Be Shy, It's Time To Mingle
By Nish Nadaraja (May 6, 2005)
Union Street, despite its Marina trappings, is becoming more and more of a fashion destination. One of the latest additions to the neighborhood, Mingle, has no trouble attracting fashionistas from both near and far. More
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Fashion Fads
By grace chen (Apr 28, 2005)
Sometimes you have to wait at great lengths at Forever 21. Never go on a weekend when the lines to the dressing rooms and cash register drag twenty people deep. Your best bet is a Monday night when the lines are more manageable and the stress levels are in check. Logistics aside, Forever 21 has landed opposite of The Gap and in defiance of Sarah Jessica Parker's "Just Khaki" look. Here you will find three floors of in-style clothes that knock off every possible trend on the runway. More
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