Admit it, you’re jealous of Colin Kaepernick. Men might envy his 6’4 frame, 230 pounds of solid muscle and new contract—worth up to $126 million with $61 million guaranteed—but both men and women alike will most certainly turn pea green with envy when they hear about the size of his… closet. That’s right; Colin Kaepernick has a passion for fashion, and he isn’t afraid to indulge it.
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Here are the best places to get French bistro fare in San Francisco—from smoked salmon crepes to moules frites.
No one ever really needs an excuse to drink margaritas but if you do, just use National Guacamole Day, which we’re celebrating today, Sept. 16. Whether blended or on the rocks, nothing pairs better with guac than margs. If you’re looking for the best places for margaritas in San Francisco, this haute list is a good start:
Here are the pieces we’re adding to our wardrobes this season from local brands, Marine Layer, Freda Salvador, and more.
Located on the far edge of San Francisco leading up to the Golden Gate Bridge, for 218 years the Presidio was an army base. Today it’s a happening national park that’s recently got a reboot thanks to local chef Traci Des Jardins.
San Francisco is a food lover’s city, but what happens when your arriving flight is delayed or meetings keep you working late — will you still be able to enjoy a haute meal? Of course! A gourmet dinner at one of the city’s best restaurants can happen, you just need to know which places serve food until 1 a.m. Here are our favorite spots for dining in SF after 10 p.m.
Befitting of its name, this year’s Opera Ball oozed elegance and grandeur as the San Francisco Opera opened its 92nd season on Sept. 5th. Celebrated couples, including George and Charlotte Shultz, Nancy and Paul Pelosi, Gordon and Ann Getty and Willie Brown and Sonya Molodetskaya, were among the glamorous glitterati on hand for Opera Ball 2014: Passione, the hautest event of San Francisco’s social season.
We’re still reeling in the fabulousness of this past week, which included the opening galas for the 103rd season of San Francisco Symphony and the 92nd season of San Francisco Opera. As if those two haute events weren’t enough to keep San Francisco’s glamour pusses busy, they also came out to support a visiting socialite, Nicky Hilton, who breezed through to promote her new book and attend her first San Francisco Symphony. Let’s look back at the Week in Review: