ay Jeffers recently debuted his second book, Be Bold: Bespoke Modern Interiors, with an event at Coup D’Etat attended by 300 friends, fans and a Who’s Who of the San Francisco design world.
Ben Silbermann, Drew Houston, Julia Hartz and Mark Pincus were among the tech elite who recently came out to celebrate Acne Studios Geary Street, the Swedish retailer’s first store in San Francisco.
Adeeni Design Galerie brings European decor to downtown San Francisco with its elegant new salon at 664 Post Street.
The chic new restaurant, Rambler, opens at the ultra-hip Hotel Zeppelin, bringing new life to San Francisco’s Union Square.
Intermix recently celebrated the opening of its first store in San Francisco, at 2223 Fillmore Street, with an elegant dinner hosted by Katie Traina.
Celebrity stylist Mary Gonsalves Kinney attended the recent cocktail party Susan Atherton and Jessica Moment hosted at Barneys New York in San Francisco to raise funds for Raphael House, where she chatted with noted jewelry designer Brooke Garber Neidich of Sidney Garber.
Celebrating 15 years in business, French designer Jean-Louis Deniot recently hosted a party in Paris. Called “The Black Tie Leather Ball,” it was also the spectacular launch of his book, “Jean-Louis Deniot: Interiors” by Diane Dorrans Saeks.
San Francisco interior designer Claudia Juestel gives us an in-depth look at the 2014 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show, which had a gold rush theme this year.
To celebrate the launch of “Friends of Finn”‘s San Francisco chapter, Amanda Hearst was joined by Rebecca Miller, Cameron Phleger and Facebook’s Libby Leffler in bringing together a fabulous group of supporters and their pets.
After admiring every page of interior designer Jeffrey Alan Marks’ new book, “The Meaning of Home,” which marks his 20th year in business, it was a delight to meet him recently at a launch party for the book in San Francisco.
Barney’s New York recently hosted a glamorous evening at their San Francisco store in honor of The Bay Lights.
The 2012 Fall Antiques Show in San Francisco was an elegant gala, with exquisite antiques and art, and wonderful learning opportunities for anyone who appreciates the finest, reports Claudia Juestel.
Designers Alexandra Von Furstenberg and Lee Brooks recently made an appearance at the new Cavalier boutique in San Francisco.
The San Francisco Fall Antiques show takes place at the Fort Mason Center’s Festival Pavilion, October 25th – 28th, 2012.
Find some truly wonderful treasures at Cavalier, the new boutique at 1035 Post Street in San Francisco, created by Jay Jeffers and Michael Purdy.
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.