Before flying to New York for the big Fashion Week debut at Barney’s of her new book, “365 Style,” Nicky Hilton recently visited San Francisco, where friends and fans got a special peak at it the very day it was released by her publishers.
Thanks to the initial vision of Belva Davis, Willie Brown Jr. and like-minded thinkers, for the past eight years the MoAD (Museum of African Diaspora) has enriched San Franciscoâ€™s cultural landscape by showcasing the art of people of African descent.
DIFFA’s (Design Industry Foundation Fighting AIDS) Dining by Design returned to the Galleria at the San Francisco Design Center for the 11th year. Once again the most exciting dining environments in town drew support for the Positive Health Program of the UCSF AIDS Research Institute.
Vanity Fair has nominated four local figures for the 2009 International Best Dressed List: Tatiana Sorokko, Dodie Rosekrans, Trevor Traina and Carlo Mondavi. Readers are invited to take part in voting.