The Los Angeles based menswear label Buck Mason, is thrilled to announce the opening of their new San Francisco store.
The brand's first San Francisco location - and seventh store to date - Buck Mason SF was designed by Leanne Ford, star of HGTV's Restored by the Fords, and wife of Buck Mason co-founder, Erik Allen Ford, and stocks the brand's full collection of timeless, men's essentials, including their signature curved hem tees, luxurious wool knits, and Japanese denim jeans.
Explains Erik, "Our stores typically feel like very tasteful studio apartments, and the new San Francisco location is no exception. Well-worn mid-century modern furniture pieces are set against bright white walls and polished concrete floors. For our guy, quiet design is notable design, and the SF store is definitely a space they'll enjoy spending some time in."
Adds Buck Mason co-founder, Sasha Koehn, "We knew our first store outside of LA and NYC had to be in San Francisco. We've always taken a 'tech' approach to apparel; the way we try to solve problems around getting dressed, the way we ignore traditional delivery cycles and fashion trends, and the way we offered direct-to-consumer clothing at a time when wholesale was king. San Francisco and the tech industry engineered the way we look at running a clothing business, so the bay area already feels like home."
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