It’s a true reflection of the sophistication and elegance of San Francisco style that it has the distinction of being the location for the only Boucheron store in the United States (230 Post Street). The French jeweler, founded in 1858 by Frederic Boucheron, doesn’t even maintain a store in New York.
Clearly Boucheron loves San Francisco, and we are happy to report that San Francisco is madly in love with Boucheron. That much was obvious at a recent event held at Nob Hill’s Le Club, where some of our most elegant ladies came out to preview the company’s newest collection, including the new Reflet watch.
Boucheron held the party in honor of Vanessa Getty, and in support of her unflagging devotion to the humane treatment of animals, they donated ten percent of their sales to San Francisco Bay Area Humane Friends.
Usually at such events, everyone clamors to have their photo taken with the star of the evening, and this was no different, as everyone wanted to be seen with Spencer, who was up for adoption by the pet shelter. (Word of advice for anyone hosting a party — you cannot go wrong with a cute little orphan doggie like this! The pet brings a bit of warmth and fun to the event, and as a bonus she could get adopted into a loving home.)
- Photos: Drew Altizer [drewaltizer.com]
- Location: Le Club [1250 Jones St. — 415.922.2582]
- Shopping: Boucheron [230 Post St. — 415.362.6020]