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George Lucas Receives Lifetime Achievement Award | SFLUXE

George Lucas Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

George Lucas was recently honored by the San Francisco Museum of Art’s Modern Art Council with the museum’s 14th annual Bay Area Treasure Award, an annual lifetime-achievement award recognizing Bay Area–based artists and cultural leaders who continually redefine the field of visual art.

The Swags Featured in British Vogue | SFLUXE

The Swags Featured in British Vogue

British Vogue has coined a new term, SWAGs, or “Silicon’s Wives and Girlfriends,” in an article featuring Marissa Mayer, Alison Pincus, Allison Speer, Bita Daryabari, Juliet de Baubigny, and others.

Moet Hennessy Financial Times Dinner at The Battery | SFLUXE 2

Moet Hennessy Financial Times Dinner at The Battery

Guests of the 4th annual Moet Hennessy Financial Times Club dinner in San Francisco got the unique honor of dining at The Battery, the new private club founded by Michael and Xochi Birch, weeks before its highly anticipated opening.

The Battery to Open Soon | SFLUXE 2

The Battery to Open Soon

The Battery, the members-only social club you’ve heard so much about lately, that was founded by Michael and Xochi Birch, is scheduled to open this fall, with 100 founding members already on board.

ModeWalk Launches Boudoir | SFLUXE

ModeWalk Launches Boudoir

ModeWalk recently unveiled its newest service for their clients, a first-of-its-kind, by-appointment showroom in San Francisco called Boudoir, located on the 7th Floor of 391 Sutter Street in Union Square.

Tatcha Revives Ageless Beauty Secrets In San Francisco | SFLUXE

Tatcha Revives Ageless Beauty Secrets In San Francisco

Lynne Benioff, Gisel Kordestani, and Alison Pincus recently hosted a luncheon to honor Tatcha in its celebration of the Japanese Geisha’s timeless beauty secrets. Guests included Vanessa Getty, Lynn Jurich, Gina Pell, Diane Dorrans Saeks, Nina Stanford, and Allison Speer, among others.

Samasource Gala Raises $700,000 | SFLUXE

Samasource Gala Raises $700,000

The recent Samasource fundraiser in San Francisco raised $700,000 to help the organization reach its goal of providing life-changing work to over 4,000 women and youth globally this year.