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Everlane will debut its new Day Collection of shoes at two pop-up shops this weekend. If you’re the sort of person who gets really hyped about effortlessly cool basics, then you’re no doubt already hip to Everlane, the mostly online retailer that has recently made baby steps into the world of brick-and-mortar retail. This Saturday, Everlane is debuting two new pop-up shops — one in New York City and one in San Francisco.
San Francisco’s Mission District is the latest destination for Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee in his ongoing search for amazing street style. In the Mission, as it’s known, he encounters sartorial statements that range from superchic to playful and practical to out there – way out there, like space. Admit it, you’re curious to see what that looks like. All you have to do is watch the latest episode of “Look at Me with Joe Zee.”
Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee continues his never-ending quest to find the best, most creative, most standout street style — and this time it’s on the streets of San Francisco. In the latest episode of “Look at Me With Joe Zee,” he hits the Arts District and encounters an eclectic group of people, including a woman who designs her own jewelry — today’s theme is the DeLorean from Back to the Future — and a woman whose face is obscured by a purple scarf. It’s the latest, she claims, in anti-facial recognition technology. You really should see for yourself.
Leave it to the city of San Francisco to get the most high-tech beauty experiences before the rest of us do: The 8,500 square feet store located at 33 Powell Street is re-opening November 20 as the first and only Sephora Beauty Tip (Teaching, Inspiration, and Play) Workshop, with over 13,000 products and interactive services. Like most beauty junkies, we’d happily spend a few hours slowly meandering through the selections at Sephora — maybe getting a touchup along the way — but this takes the beauty emporium straight into Willa Wonka territory. In addition to stations for trying new hair and makeup trends, here are the main features you should check out the next time you’re in San Francisco: The Beauty Workshop station at San Francisco’s Sephora Powell Street. (Photo: Courtesy of Sephora) The Beauty Workshop: The main feature of the re-designed store will be The Beauty Workshop, a central workstation where you can take group beauty lessons with Sephora’s top makeup artist instructors, follow tutorials at the iPad stations, or find more inspiration at The Beauty Board, a shoppable gallery made of user-generated content.
Tucked behind a gated alleyway in Presidio Heights, San Francisco, where affluent resident neighbors compost their single-origin coffee grinds in their multi-million dollar mansions. The entrance to Skin Remedy, located behind an alleyway in Presidio Heights. The Vermont native started her career in Los Angeles in 2004, but moved to San Francisco after realizing the Northern Californian emphasis on healthy living instead of aesthetics was better suited for herself.