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2011

10/19


Sara Johnson


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The You-Haul Bike

Rock star industrial designer Yves Béhar’s latest creation for his company, Fuseproject, may help San Franciscans finally ditch their cars. A few years ago, Béhar noticed the startup kids in his SoMa office riding in from the Mission on their fixies. He was inspired by the realization that... Read More »

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Crafts with benefits

What sensory experiences do your household objects spark? Read More »

Structurally Sound

After seasons filled with drapey layers, designers sharpened their scissors to cut precise angles on all of fall’s top looks. Read More »

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Bag it up

No need to haul around canvas grocery totes when you can jam produce into this season's staple: the oversize day clutch. Read More »

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Made in S.F.

A new wave of agile, Small-batch fashion upstarts (Department Seventeen, Taylor Stitch, Tellason) are joining pioneering design houses (The Podolls, Erica Tanov, Nice Collective) to revive a venerable San Francisco tradition: Garment Manufacturing. What will keep their britches from getting... Read More »

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Waxing philosophical

Style seekers are slipping on (and off) varying shades of white—the season’s newest nude—and all the while they’re asking themselves whether or not wearing a peep-toe pump is a rational way to exhibit the look. Read More »

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2011

02/23


Franklin Melendez


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What would Lulu say

Cheeky outsider turned fearless insider turned (she hopes) global brand, Lulu Chang represents fashion’s future—where bloggers bend every rule and have all the fun. Read More »

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Framing devices

This season’s prim librarian look reaches its apotheosis with the structured handbag. Read More »

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Going to greater lengths

Curves, gloves, and longer lines usher in fall's new hourglass silhouettes. Read More »

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Dapper, meet casual

Taking a page out of the Bay Area male’s style book, this fall’s lineup is tailored yet informal­—all without a hint of irony. Finally, we’re in. Read More »

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