Space NK has opened a new store on Pacific Heights’ Fillmore Street, bringing with it a modern flair and striking new art.
Vogue Magazine, with Sabrina Buell and Kimberly Miller, recently hosted an event at Saks Fifth Avenue to showcase Donna Karan’s Resort 2012 collection.
The new Zynga headquarters in San Francisco recently opened its doors for Fortune Magazine to celebrate the 2011 Fortune 40 Under 40 list, which highlights business’s hottest rising stars under 40 years of age.
Ken Fulk recently opened his new retail shop, Peep Show, with the usual pomp and circumstance we all have come to expect of him.
There are certain things one never gets tired of; and being surrounded by some of the most exquisite antiques is one of those things. The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show is the place for just that.
For the very first time Travel + Leisure held its annual design awards outside New York, bringing the celebration to San Francisco instead.
Much of San Francisco’s design community came out recently for the book launch at Gump’s of “Style and Substance: The Best of Elle Decor,” by Margaret Russell.
Over 100 guests attended our party at Le Club to launch ResideSF.com, an event which coincided with the 10-year anniversary of Design Editor Claudia Juestel’s firm, Adeeni Design Group.
The Phi pop shop at Carrots is the New York-based brand’s first and only, and will house ready-to-wear as well as accessories.
San Francisco recently came together as a community to promote marriage equality by taking part in a photo campaign called NOH8 by celebrity photographer Adam Bouska and partner Jeff Parshley.
Le Club, the intimate Nob Hill establishment that has recently held some of the City’s most elegant events, graciously opened its doors last week for the newly launched Bay Area Allergy Advisory Board’s (BAAAB) “Epi Party.”
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Damion Matthews speaks to designer Peter Dundas on a rare visit to San Francisco.