For the fourth and final fashion week destination this month, we joined forces with Dylana from Color Me Nana to show you how to get that perfectly Parisienne look – on a budget no less! So even if you can’t escape to the City of Light anytime soon, you can at least feel like you belong there in bohemian-inspired print and lived-in booties. J’adore!
Another week, another fashion week destination! Have we mentioned how much we love fashion month?! Next up on our whirlwind worldwide tour is Milan – the chicest stop in all of Italy. We dreamt of our getaway with Kendall Sanchez from Galore Beneath the Stars, who chose to channel the Italian city with an ultra-chic monochrome look full of touchable textures and gold accessories. All we can say is: Ciao, bella!
Across the pond (and what feels like millions of miles away) London Fashion Week is in full swing, and we are attached to our computers following along with the Street Style Snaps at all the shows! And if you’re craving to snag the London look right off the rack, we’ve recruited California blogger babe JNELV to show us how! With bold prints mixed with a quirky play of cartoon characters and oversized gold baubles, you’ll fit right in with the Brits!
Drop everything. New York Fashion Week is here!!! As most of you gals already know, today marks the first official day of what we like to call fashion month (hello New York, London, Milan and Paris!) and to say that we are bouncing-off-the-walls-excited would be the understatement of the year. Even if you’re a thousand miles away from the shows, we’ve totally got you covered on The Now Blog with street style snaps and trends recaps coming to you on the reg.
Wanna get the New York street style inspired look right this second? Look no farther than two of our blogger besties Danielle and Bianca from Kastor & Pollux who are currently channeling that NYFW front row vibe in bold graphics, street-savvy separates and baroque baubles. Let’s get ready to runway!!!
You may recall how over the moon we were to first discover that our favorite shop-leading lady Jenny Chung of ACRE/SF and Acrimony was helming yet another store in S.F. This time, her stylish, streamlined venture No.3 is focused on bips and bops of the luxe and rustic variety — and it’s officially open for business. Cue the happy dance!
Nestled in Russian Hill in the former Hyde Street Gallery space, the quaint haven is a sleek, museum-like hideaway for gorgeous creations to shine bright. Situated in geometric, artsy display cases and fixtures by Madison Detro and Conor Sweitzer, the delicate items (all the friends are here: Anna Sheffield, Joomi Lim, Marisa Haskell, Gabriela Artigas) are exhibited just so, no dainty details overlooked. Naturally, we hiked it up to Russian Hill to get a glance at the shiny-new spot in person. What did we come back with? A slew of pretty, pin-worthy pictures and a colossal craving for some new baubles.
No.3, 1987 Hyde Street (between Union and Green streets); No phone.
Photographed by Anna-Alexia Basile