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Opening Reception for Keith Haring: The Political Line | SFLUXE 19
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Opening Reception for Keith Haring: The Political Line

The US premiere of “Keith Haring: The Political Line” was recently held at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. It is the first major Haring show on the West Coast in nearly two decades. The Political Line features more than 130 works of art including large scale paintings, sculptures, and a number of the artist’s subway drawings.
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CH Carolina Herrera Opens in San Francisco | SFLUXE 2
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CH Carolina Herrera Opens in San Francisco

Carolina Herrera and Elle’s Joe Zee, with California Pacific Medical Center trustees Sloan Barnett, Carol Bonnie, and Carolyn Chang, M.D., recently celebrated the opening of CH Carolina Herrera’s new San Francisco store in benefit of CPMC. Olivia Palermo, Marissa Mayer and Denise Hale wee among the guests.
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25 Phenomenal Looks From SF Ballet Gala 2014 | SFLUXE 22
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25 Phenomenal Looks From SF Ballet Gala 2014

“Phenomenal” was theme for the 2014 San Francisco Ballet’s Opening Night Gala, but also describes the looks put together by gala guests.

With gala chair Tanya Powell starting the evening in an elegant Vera Wang ball gown and ending in a short runway-worthy Dolce & Gabbana, there was a full gamut of looks.

One saw understated elegance with Yurie Pascarella in Andrew Gn and Mary Beth Shimmon in Chanel; a full flowering of colors, shapes and textures from Deepa Pakianathan, Paula Carano, Sonya Molodetskaya, Elizabeth Fullerton and Komal Shah; and striking black dresses on Karen Caldwell, Azadeh Riaz, Stephanie Southerland, Stephanie Ejabat, and SF Ballet’s Principal Dancer Mathilde Froustey.

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Sixteen Striking Looks from the 2013 Opera Ball | SFLUXE 2
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Sixteen Striking Looks from the 2013 Opera Ball

Although so many of our friends looked beautiful this year at the Opera Ball, we found that these 16 women brought a special something to the evening — a unique color, a striking silhouette, a new designer, or a wonderful vintage treasure.

The elegance of Marissa Mayer in Jason Wu, Mary Beth Shimmon in sultry caped chiffon designed by the late Bill Blass, or Stefanie Ejabat in a jubilant look created by Giambattista Valli, are just a few instances of why San Francisco’s 91st Opera Ball was as dazzling off stage as on for those who love fashion.

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