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Michelle Sieling

SF Station Writer

Michelle Sieling's Articles
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Nothing Average About It
By Michelle Sieling (Sep 28, 2010)
Continuing the recent tradition of hybrid retail spaces, The Common not only carries men’s and women’s clothing and accessories, but also coffee and art. More »
Kids Threads for the Fall
By Michelle Sieling (Jul 23, 2010)
As a new wave of parents raise their kids in the city, there seem to be more choices for kids clothing popping up in San Francisco. More »
Wearable and Wall Ready
By Michelle Sieling (Jun 16, 2010)
[b]Wonderland[/b] was created to cultivate Bay Area fashion designers, painters, and photographers by providing exposure and opportunities. More »
A Green Gem in Bernal Heights
By Michelle Sieling (May 24, 2010)
More than just plants, Succulence: Life and Garden strives to provide items that extract “that which is delicious, juicy and full-of-life.” More »
Shopping at Ghirardelli Square
By Michelle Sieling (Apr 14, 2010)
[b]Gigi + Rose[/b] is part of Ghirardelli Square’s movement toward bringing locals, and not just tourists, down to visit shops in the complex. More »
Flying Under the Radar in the Mission
By Michelle Sieling (Mar 02, 2010)
A small, chic boutique is nice when you’re looking for personalized service, but it can also be intimidating for some. The prices at [b]Leisure Birds[/b] are not intimidating at all. More »
Where the Art (and Design) Is
By Michelle Sieling (Jan 10, 2010)
[b]Homme[/b], a new shop on Polk Street near Union Street, is a modern-day outpost for antiques, vintage furnishings and one-of-a-kind pieces. More »
The Vaterland in Noe Valley
By Michelle Sieling (Nov 17, 2009)
With its varied and fun selection, it’s no surprise that people come from all around the Bay Area to visit [b] Lehr's German Specialties[/b] More »
Everything but the Kitchen Sink
By Michelle Sieling (Nov 03, 2009)
The origins of She-bible began about seven years ago when owners Deidre Nagayama and Stacy Rogers started silk-screening graphic designs on tees in their kitchen. More »
Taking it Downtown
By Michelle Sieling (Sep 30, 2009)
Over the last 30 years Harputs has undergone a metamorphosis, beginning with the sale of vintage sneakers in Oakland, to the expanded Harputs Market on Fillmore Street, to the just-opened Harputs Union, a new store featuring in-house clothing designs steps away from Union Square. More »
Michelle Sieling's Articles
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