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UNIQLO Clothing Store Arrives in San Francisco

UNIQLO Clothing Store Arrives in San Francisco

Japanese Clothing retailer Uniqlo arrives Friday, October 5th with an opening ceremony at 9:45am co-hosted by Mayor Ed Lee and Global CEO and Chairman Tadashi Yanai.

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Hot Styles at J-Pop Summit Festival

Hot Styles at J-Pop Summit Festival

The sun came out on Sunday, much to the delight of festival-goers at the fourth annual J-Pop Summit: a Japanese pop culture extravaganza in Japantown, featuring live music, fashion shows, film screenings, vendors selling homemade wares and delicious Japanese treats.

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Shopping: Kayo Books, a Literary Gem in the Tendernob

Shopping: Kayo Books, a Literary Gem in the Tendernob

There is a secret gem of a bookstore in the Tenderloin, nestled in between a coffee shop and some unassuming apartments on Post Street.

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Last-minute Father's Day Shopping Events

Last-minute Father's Day Shopping Events

For those who still haven’t figured out what to get the dads on their list for Father’s Day, here are a few sales and an event we thought might might come in handy.

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Shopping: Consignment Shop Roundup

Shopping: Consignment Shop Roundup

For the thrifty yet fashionable, San Francisco offers many options, whether it be vintage, thrift or consignment. Each operates on a slightly different model, and this week we focus on roundup of consignment shops.

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Shopping: Industrie Denim

Shopping: Industrie Denim

On the border of Union Square and Chinatown lies someplace jean-ius—Industrie Denim. The two story complex caters a vast array of denim jeans to fit every human body variation.

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Golden Gate Bridge Furniture Company

Golden Gate Bridge Furniture Company

There is no image as synonymous with San Francisco as the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, which just turned 75 years old this past weekend. Not only can locals and tourists ride or walk across the world-renowned bridge, but it’s also possible to own part of…

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Shopping: TopShelf Mobile Boutique Brings Edgy Fashions on Wheels

Shopping: TopShelf Mobile Boutique Brings Edgy Fashions on Wheels

FIDM graduate Christina Ruiz’s decade-long dream of starting her own clothing store recently took form with TopShelf Boutique, San Francisco’s first and currently only fashion truck.

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Shopping: Taylor Stitch

Shopping: Taylor Stitch

SF-based indie menswear outfitter Taylor Stitch has paired up with Banana Republic for a men’s shirting capsule in Banana Republic’s flagship store. The capsule opened May 8 and will live there exclusively for 18 weeks.

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Shopping: Last Minute Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Shopping: Last Minute Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Mother’s Day is nearly here; for those who aren’t on the ball and still scratching their heads for ideas, here’s a quick-and-dirty short list of ideas.

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Shopping: Derby Day Hat Ideas

Shopping: Derby Day Hat Ideas

Though hats are traditionally worn to shield the sun out of one’s eyes, protect the wearer from rain, or to keep the heat from escaping one’s head, in the case of the Kentucky Derby each May, hats of all kinds are worn to bring good…

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Shopping: Foggy Notion in the Inner Richmond

Shopping: Foggy Notion in the Inner Richmond

As if she didn’t already have her hands full, multi-talented artist Alissa Anderson opened up Foggy Notion on Sixth Avenue near Clement in the Inner Richmond just this past March.

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