The wooden sandal has returned…this time for men.
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As a continuation from last week, this is the other half of the Spring 2013 design season’s inspiration trips. Last week we shared the Portland adventure, this week we want to show you San Francisco!
Jean Paul Gaultier Exhibit at de Young Fine Art Museum of San Francisco. Extraordinary multimedia exhibit including 140 haute couture and ready-to-wear designs created in the last 40 years by the designer as well as 30 animated mannequins displaying his works of art.
A 150 year-old American Heritage Brand. Inspiration sought within Levi Strauss headquarters.
Our appreciation for all things handmade found at Al’s Attire. Since 1980, Al has been known in the San Francisco community as a local craftsman specializing in handmade shoes as well as custom tailoring.
Impressive graffiti art in action while walking along Haight Street.
Hands down, some of the coolest vintage shops can be found on the streets of San Francisco.
Biking across the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco into Sausalito, breathtaking views every pedal of the way.
While in Sausalito, we stumbled upon Rubaiyat-Shoe Artisan Studio. This husband-wife team has been hand-making custom fit shoes for over 40 years. Tina Turner is among Rubaiyat’s made to fit shoe customers.
A small community of boat house dwellers can be found in Sausalito…where a dream can become a lifestyle.
And of course what inspiration trip wouldn’t be complete without some tasty dining experiences. Pictured here are blue cheese loaded fries, which were surprisingly delicious.