Maki Oh, the African designer favored by Michelle Obama, Beyonce and Rihanna, was honored in San Francisco with a dinner hosted by Mary Gonsalves Kinney, Sherri McMullen, and Sarah Somberg, with Farfetch and McMullen Boutique.
Intermix recently celebrated the opening of its first store in San Francisco, at 2223 Fillmore Street, with an elegant dinner hosted by Katie Traina.
PIA, founded by Pia Øien Cohler, recently opened at 414 Jackson Street in San Francisco with a party attended by Dr. Priscilla Chan Zuckerberg, Nicole Systrom, Alison Pincus, and other tech industry notables and leading tastemakers.
Emilia Wickstead presented a preview of her special eight-piece collection for MatchesFashion.com during a private luncheon at Cotogna. Gwyneth Paltrow, Britt Pattner, Whitney Skibell, Mary Gonsalves Kinney were among the guests.
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.
Marni San Francisco recently opened at 77 Maiden lane with a chic cocktail party hosted by Alison Pincus, Sabrina Buell, W magazine and BAMPFA.
Mary Gonsalves Kinney recently presented a curated selection of Fall 2015 pieces from Net-A-Porter.com, and highlights from Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry, in a Styling Suite at the Rosewood Sand Hill in Menlo Park.
From the SF Symphony and SF Opera opening night galas, 25 striking looks in black and white.
Dagmar Dolby and Natasha Dolby recently hosted a cocktail party at Valentino in San Francisco’s Union Square to celebrate the Roman house’s sponsorship of the San Francisco Symphony’s Opening Gala.
The Mid Winter Gala for 2013 honored the exhibit, “Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis” with a chic winter wonderland that raised over $400k. Marissa Mayer, Jonathan Ive, Alison Pincus, Vanessa Getty, Dick Costolo, Stephan Jenkins, Connie Nielsen, Lori Levine, Evgenia Peretz, Jeremy Stoppelman, Trevor Traina, Allison Speer and Kathryn Lasater were among the 380 who attended.
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.