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  • Most Elegant | SFLUXE

    Most Elegant

    Tatiana Sorokko looking elegant and dramatic in an art nouveau inspired dress at the SF Opera. Photo: Courtesy of Drew Altizer. More

  • SF Students on National Stage | SFLUXE

    SF Students on National Stage

    September 9th will be a very big day for some of San Francisco’s most talented young design students. It is then that MFA graduates of the Academy of Art University’s School of Fashion will debut their collections on the runway at New York’s Bryant Park as part of New York […] More

  • Nordstrom Show a Hit | SFLUXE

    Nordstrom Show a Hit

    SFluxe had a great time last week at Nordstrom’s Fall 2006 Designer Preview show. While the clothing shown on the runway lacked the theatricality that really makes a fashion show pop, the overall production was fabulous and the audience seemed to have a good time (afterall, the show was meant […] More

  • Daniel Libeskind's New Building | SFLUXE

    Daniel Libeskind’s New Building

    Architect Daniel Libeskind spoke at the groundbreaking of his newest project, The Contemporary Jewish Museum, in San Francisco today. The $47 million museum is scheduled to open in the spring of 2008. The Examiner reports: …the three-story, 63,000-square-foot structure comes on the heels of the December opening of the Museum […] More

  • Confessions from the Velvet Ropes | SFLUXE

    Confessions from the Velvet Ropes

    San Francisco isn’t much of a velvet ropes town. Unlike New Yorkers, people here are a bit less neurotic about how their social status is gauged by which table they sit at at which restaurant, whether they’re seated front row at a fashion show, how many times their name appears […] More

  • The $9 Million Pigeon House Mystery | SFLUXE

    The $9 Million Pigeon House Mystery

    We were about to remark that now is the perfect time for Francophiles to go shopping for Bay Area real estate, due to the fact there are two homes for sale that are modelled on 18th century French architecture. Yet in doing so, we became perplexed about something, and hope […] More

  • SF in the Times | SFLUXE 1

    SF in the Times

    Two figures from San Francisco society appeared this weekend in the New York Times. First, Vanessa Getty. Looking beautiful in an ad for Judith Leiber, Mrs. Getty was cited as an example of socialites who pose for luxury companies. The Times’ Eric Wilson cheekily noted that “Rich people, it turns […] More

  • Today SF, tomorrow Seychelles | SFLUXE 1

    Today SF, tomorrow Seychelles

    Donna with Jo Schuman Silver and Denise Hale She’s in a Seychelles state of mind. Fiji, Bali, Seychelles, and Kenya were on Donna Karan‘s travel itinerary last week after stopping off in San Francisco for the Nordstrom fashion show at the DeYoung. Jim Shi from Fashion Week Daily reports on […] More

  • Out with... Tatiana and Serge Sorokko | SFLUXE 1

    Out with… Tatiana and Serge Sorokko

    Merla Zellerbach of the Nob Hill Gazette had a chat with Tatiana Sorokko recently about her husband’s sexy new status as a Chevalier: Russian-born and Grant Ave. gallery owner Serge Sorokko is sporting a small green insignia in his lapel that designates him a Chevalier des Artes et Lettres from […] More

  • Care to Take a Seat? | SFLUXE 1

    Care to Take a Seat?

    Which San Francisco art patron has his eye on this fantastic aluminum lounge by Marc Newsom? (No relation to the Gavin.) Featured in the upcoming Sotheby’s auction “Important 20th Century Design,” the handmade fiberglass and aluminum chair from 1986 is expected to go for at least $800,000. And it’s not […] More

  • Out with... Blanc de Chine | SFLUXE 1

    Out with… Blanc de Chine

    Wilsey Hall was the setting for a recent gathering for supporters of the Asia Society’s chicest supporters, there to attend a show of Eastern-inspired designs in celebration of the organization’s 50th anniversary. The most recent collection by Blanc de Chine was featured in the show, with the DeYoung museum’s black-and-white […] More

  • Selma Blair loves The Archive | SFLUXE 1

    Selma Blair loves The Archive

    Coco Chanel’s legacy lives on. In a recent issue of British Elle, Selma Blair reveals her secret fashion tip– she buys menswear for herself in San Francisco! The Archive in San Francisco is a men’s store, but the sizes run small so you can find really unusual things.” Selma is […] More

  • Out with... Dede and the Divas | SFLUXE 1

    Out with… Dede and the Divas

    Dede Wilsey Though recently embroiled in a bitter citywide controversy concerning Saturday road closures at Golden Gate Park, Dede Wilsey put on her best face (and a jaunty evening suit) to host a party for supporters of the San Francisco Opera. The event was held in anticipation of “Return of […] More

  • Paris in September | SFLUXE 1

    Paris in September

    The SFluxe travel agent is standing by. Paris. September. 2006. Just give us the date, and we’re off! For it is sometime in September 2006 that the Jolie-Pitts — yes, the one and only Jolie-Pitts — will be launching their new line of housewares. We’ve learned that the pair are […] More

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