The Fairmont Hotel, c. 1907 Senator James Graham Fair was one of California’s richest men…
See 27 Years of Princess Grace Kelly’s Gala Dresses, from 1956 to 1982.
“Diana Vreeland Memos: The Vogue Years” is a delightful new book giving a fascinating insight into the legendary Vogue editor’s mind and work in the 1960s.
Style and society expert Jennifer Raiser reflects on the astonishing 175 year history of Tiffany & Co, founded in 1837.
Claiborne Swanson Frank as published her first book, American Beauty, and we were at the VIP launch party for it in San Francisco.
Truman Capote, Gloria Vanderdbilt, John Wayne, Kirk Douglas, Angie Dickinson, Betsy Bloomingdale and Adolfo were some of the 90 guests who attended the September 9, 1971 wedding of Prentis Cobb Hale to Denise Minnelli in San Francisco.
The home at 2840 Broadway in San Francisco recently closed escrow for a record-breaking price.
Today we learn about a famous houseguest at one of San Francisco’s most expensive Pacific Heights addresses.
After attending a fundraiser in Atherton on October 21, 2010 for Kamala Harris, President Obama went to dinner at the home of Marissa Mayer and Zachary Bogue
The sad passing of the legendary Dennis Hopper caused San Francisco author Laura Albert to reflect on her encounter with him a few years ago.
New York-based fashion consultant Amanda Brooks will be in San Francisco this month to promote her new guidebook to style, “I Love Your Style.”
Long before SFLuxe.com, there was Life Magazine to showcase the glamorous gowns worn during the opening of the San Francisco Opera, as in this item from 1955.
Miss Stanford weds Mr. Gump: Sudden ceremony in Reno unites two well-known San Franciscans. May 7, 1951.
Built in 1923 by Gustave Albert Lansburgh, Kenneth MacDonald, and Maurice C. Couchot, the apartment building at 850 Powell Street, known as The Francesca, is a Nob Hill landmark.
Today we take a special tour inside.
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.
One of the surprises in the premier issue of “San Francisco Brides” (the beautiful new…