Fashion Camp, an after-school program offered to fashionistas in Orange County’s public schools, turns the industry’s top professionals into educators; encouraging many youngsters to follow their dreams in pursuing a career in fashion.
At the four-way intersection of casual, vintage, Tokyo and San Francisco, Self Edge on Valencia Street sets men’s fashion trends that reverberate way beyond the Mission District. We talk to expert Kiya Babzani about what he sees in spring 2015 and what else is sticking around.
The gap between the money spent by men and women on fashion is closing. Mike Sugerman finds out why young men appear willing to spend more than previous generations.
If you or your kids are into sleight-of-hand card tricks, fake ketchup or disappearing ink, it’s time to start shopping around. Besides, the magicians of the future have to start somewhere.
Here’s what’s hot from the style notes local experts have collected for spring 2015 from San Francisco’s East Bay to Manhattan’s East Side to Paris’ Left Bank.
San Francisco has a sweet spot for candy. Find the best of the best at these shops.
Tara from CW44 asks “What the heck am I going to wear to all these weddings?”
It’s become the dress we love to hate. Whether you’re in the white and gold or blue and black camp, you know what you see, and no amount of Photoshop eye-dropping tools can convince you otherwise.
Everybody loves a bargain. In addition to the best places for stylish used furniture in the South Bay, we’ve compiled suggestions for savvy shoppers in San Francisco, North Bay and East Bay.
If you’re having more than one bridesmaid, you’ll be thinking about the best places for bridesmaid dresses for every budget in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Here are some great places to start looking.