• Sou sou San francisco (Accessories, Bags)
  • Located on the second floor of New People, the shopping and entertainment complex that promotes Japanese pop culture, SOU SOU offers a modern twist on traditional Japanese footwear and clothing. An extension of the Kyoto-based label that was founded in 2002 by textile designer Katsuji Wakasaka (formerly of Marimekko), architect Hisanobu Tsujimura and apparel designer Takeshi Wakabayashi, the San Francisco outpost originally began as a pop-up… More info
    1746 Post St, San Francisco, 94115
  • Aether San francisco (Clothing, Men & Women)
  • Going down Hayes Street past Patricia's Green park towards downtown San Francisco, it's impossible not to notice AETHER's Bay Area outpost. Designed by Thierry Gaugain and architects Envelope A+D, what looks like three shipping containers stacked precariously on top of one another is home to the LA-based performance outerwear brand. Founded by Palmer West and Jonah Smith, AETHER, the name an homage to Greek mythology and the elements, bridges the… More info
    489 Hayes St, San Francisco, 94102
  • Revolver San francisco (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • Revolver is an ever-changing boutique located in the Lower Haight in San Francisco. Started in 2010 by owner Robert Patterson, the store has undergone many stages and transformations in terms of which local goods and international accessories to showcase. There is a wide assortment of high-end labels available to customers, such as Scotch & Soda, Crate Denim and Etudes for men. In the women’s department, Revolver carries brands like Just Female… More info
    136 Fillmore St, San Francisco, 94117
  • Seedstore San francisco (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • Opened in 2010, Seedstore has already made a name for itself as part of the Richmond neighborhood. A pleasant mix of contemporary men's and womenswear, Seedstore brings together a variety of celebrated brands. Loved for their denim selection, Seedstore features premium jeans from Naked & Famous, Nudie and Raleigh Denim to name a few. Also known for their quality collection of accessories, belts from Tanner Goods, blankets and bags from Pendleton… More info
    212 Clement St, San Francisco, 94118
  • No shop San francisco (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • Amber Nicole Gavin and Leah Edwina Martin opened No Shop as a space to sell all the “really great and really wearable” clothes that they were finding and buying while shopping for themselves. The store opened in 2009 and the selection of vintage clothing and accessories continues to grow, with racks on some walls reaching the ceiling. Ladies looking for feminine floral dresses are in luck, and key items for men include great finds from Pendleton… More info
    389 Valencia St, San Francisco, 94113
  • Rand and statler San francisco (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • Large, open and spacious, Rand and Statler stands as one of the largest independent clothing boutiques in the Hayes Valley. Converted from a furniture showroom into a thriving high end boutique, Rand and Statler offers a wide variety of hard to find, highly sought after fashion collections in the heart of San Francisco. Featuring both men’s and women’s apparel, the shop functions as a haven for fashion conscious patrons looking to find high-end… More info
    425 Hayes St, San Francisco, 94102
  • The voyager shop San francisco (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • The Voyager Shop is a retail collaboration between three brands: Revolver, which curates clothing Needles and Pens, which selects the magazines and art books and Spartan, which chooses the objects and accessories that are sold in the store. The store is located on Valencia Street where a handful of shops and cafes are clustered together, making this “micro-neighborhood” a popular destination. Product highlights at the Voyager Shop include… More info
    365 Valencia St, San Francisco, 94103
  • Acrimony San francisco (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • When owner Jenny Chung founded Acrimony in 2008, it was to solve a problem. Acrimony, defined as a bitter distaste for something, was the answer to her dislike of the conventional that led her to construct a place to find unique, up-and-coming designers in one spot. At this Hayes Valley boutique, even the most casual of pieces take a cool, confident turn. You'll find a harmonious mix of updated closet staples and striking, avant-garde pieces… More info
    333 Hayes St, San Francisco, 94102
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