Amanda Hearst and Hassan Pierre’s luxury concept boutique and ecommerce company Maison-De-Mode.com recently hosted a Spring Fiesta to celebrate the opening of its two-week long pop-up in San Francisco on Maiden Lane.
The luxury concept boutique carries a finely curated selection of unique and innovative ready-to-wear, fine jewelry, home goods and accessories from some of the world’s leading ethical brands
The opening drew a dynamic crowd of influencers in design, fashion, sustainability, and technology, including Westward Leaning co-founder Robert Denning, Amour Vert Creative Director Yurie Lee, Cienne NYC Founder Nicole Heim, sustainable lifestyle leaders Lewis Perkins and Zem Joaquin, Founders Fund Venture Capitalist Brian Singerman, and tech executives Julie Herrin (IfOnly), Meredith Kendall (Lightspeed Ventures), Stephanie Harbin (The RealReal), and Dria Murphy (Keep).
The event was sponsored by luxury spirits Absolut Elyx and Pierre Jouet, and planned by MartiniBird. It featured a curated playlist by Chromatic, craft cocktails from Rye on the Road, bites from Foxtail Catering and florals by Eothen. Past Maison De Mode pop-ups have opened in Miami Beach, New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C & Las Vegas.
Maison De Mode includes exclusive ready-to-wear pieces by: Maiyet, Osklen, Edun, Shipper, Organic by John Patrick, M. Patmos, Tempest + Bentley, Kaelen, Industry Standard Denim, Studio189, Wool & the Gang, Cienne & Amour Vert x Maison De Mode’s limited edition capsule collection. In addition the shop carries fine jewelry by: Andrea Fohrman, Anita Ko, Spinelli-Kilcollin, Fiya Bijoux & Azlee; as well as fashion jewelry by: Atelier Swarovski, Anndra Neen, Lulu Frost & By Natalie Frigo. Other accessories include handbags by: Okapi, Mola Sasa, Sarah’s Bag, Bottletop & Prim by Michelle Elie; sunglasses by Westward\\Leaning & scarves Nigerian-born Philadelphia-based designer Ikiré Jones.