Spotted — We couldn’t help but stop and take notice of these eye-catching plaid pumps worn by Stephanie S. from our marketing department.
Talk about kicking up your heels!
Running out of motivation on those New Year’s resolutions? (Us too.) So when we came across this charming solution via A Pair & A Spare on how to conquer that mess of tangled earrings, chains and bracelets that winds up on our nightstands every week, we were thrilled. The best part? It’s DIY!
Think bowls, cake stands, simple corkboard and more. We love the idea of your favorite jewelry serving double duty, not only styling up your favorite outfit, but also your dressing area. Curate your collection for daily enjoyment daily and easy access.
See more images and examples at A Pair & A Spare.
San Francisco has it made, literally, right in our backyard. SF Made and our Grant Avenue flagship store are teaming up for the holidays to support small companies making big marks with the best local finds around. From rich chocolates and one-of-a-kind bags to aromatic concoctions and sweet little love notes. Find a treasure and leave your heart…in San Francisco.
1. Etta + Billie Etta + Billie are passionate about providing beautiful, sustainable artisan bath and body products made from the highest quality organic or fair trade oils, herbs and botanicals. 2. Hilside Bags The key feature of these fashionable, eco-friendly bags is their oilcloth lining that’s water- and stain-resistant. 3. Poco DolceLocated in Dogpatch, Poco Dolce (“not too sweet” in Italian) creates unique handmade chocolates and confections in small batches—using only the finest ingredients. 4. Rickshaw Bagworks Inspired by the creative energy of San Francisco and urban cycling, Rickshaw was born out of a passion for great bags. 5. The SF Made Pop-Up Store at our Grant Avenue flagship in downtown San Francisco 6. Joshu+Vela Hand-made totes, backpacks and wallets designed in San Francisco using U.S.-grown and woven organic canvas, leathers, and natural dyes. 7. Ritual Roasters Known for the precise care they take with every step—from an uncompromising selection of green coffee to an unflagging attention to roasting. 8. Hello! Lucky A specialty letterpress printer and design studio that has been creating wedding invitations, greeting cards and personalized stationery since 2003. 9. Recchiuti Michael Recchiuti, a self-made chocolatier, is known for his bold and innovative chocolate confections such as Tarragon Grapefruit and Lemon Verbena.
Ahhhh… Clooney and Banana Republic’s Moto Jacket. Doesn’t get much cooler. Check him (and us) out on the November 24th cover of Rolling Stone Magazine. We think he wears us well… don’t forget to look inside to see how well. Damn, he’s cool.
Photo Mark Seliger
This Rolling Stone cover and article were styled by Sean Spellman, one of our favorite stylists. To see behind the scenes shots, click here.
Our very own Simon Kneen mixes it up with super cool From Me To You at the SP/SU Fashion Show. Check him out mid sketch …pretty moving!
Sketching his vision for spring~
Creative Director Simon Kneen of Banana Republic