Jaime King, Andrew Gn, and the Bay Area’s best dressed came out to celebrate the opening of Christian Dior’s first women’s boutique in San Francisco.
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.
Take a look inside Wilkes Bashford’s glamorous new interior at their landmark San Francisco store. It’s one of the most chic stores on the West Coast!
Nextdoor is the new social networking site that all your neighbors will be talking about. In San Francisco, they already are.
Elisabeth Laurence, creator of the “Lives of Style” television show, celebrated San Francisco’s most stylish men and women at a luncheon hosted by Dr. Alan Malouf.
The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show celebrated its 30th annual event with a most appropriate theme “Hidden Treasures” inspired by the traditional 30th anniversary gift, the pearl.
San Francisco Ballet, America’s oldest professional ballet company, has an illustrious history of “firsts,” including the first American productions of Swan Lake and Nutcracker, and 2011 continues the tradition!
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.
The Caldwell Snyder Gallery in San Francisco recently opened its doors for a private event honoring FAAN, the Food Allergy Anaphylaxis Network.
Chanel, following a stunning renovation by Peter Marino, reopens in San Francisco’s Maiden Lane.
amela Joyner and Fred Giuffrida recently opened the doors to their Presidio Heights home in San Francisco to raise funds for a worthy cause: Survivor Corps.
Roth Martin and Steven Volpe, owners of Hedge, the beautiful gallery on Gold Street which specializes in 20th and 21st century pieces, recently held a kick off party to honor the Host Committee for SF20.
Ralph Rucci showed a sublime collection inspired by The Tale of Genji in New York on Friday. The Spring 2010 showing was attended by some of San Francisco best dressed.
We recently dropped by the fabulous Philanthropist boutique at 3571 Sacramento Street for an event celebrating the popular store’s appearance in “LUCKY Magazine’s San Francisco Shopping Guide” (in the March 2009 issue.)
See our report from inside this year’s Mid Winter Gala, which had an Andy Warhol theme to it, in appreciation of the wonderful “Warhol Live” exhibit at the de Young.
People tend to forget that Giorgio Armani began his career exclusively as a designer of menswear, and that his early breakthrough as a designer was in the way he loosened up the man’s suit.