One of the area's most beloved designers, Tanov works a rich bohemian sensibility into her silk dresses and chunky sweaters better than almost anyone. Her whole collection is on display at her gilded lair, but there are also embroidered socks, rain boots, and delicate jewelry by Megan Park.
As the name suggests, this duo of shops deals exclusively in footwear, hitting an impressive range of prices and styles. There are psychedelic Dries Van Noten heels alongside lace-up booties from Chie Mihara.
While Harputs Market didn't open until 2004, its adjacent sneaker shop, Harputs, opened in the '70s, making it the oldest of its kind in the States. Lodged in a former theater, dotted with large-scale Ansel Adams prints, and featuring a fur hammock, Harputs Market feels more like an art gallery/clubhouse than a store. But it's packed with things to wear, like carefully constructed shifts from Ann-Sofie Back, Maison Martin Margiela boots, and the house line of simple dresses.
This shop looks exactly like a fancy boutique, except that everything on the racks is at least 50 percent off—all the time. A recent search unearthed Lela Rose dresses and Rory Beca blouses.
Work from emerging designers and cute, edgy objects mix in this airy San Francisco spot.
The airy San Francisco outpost of the much-loved New York store specializes in labels from Australia and New Zealand.
Expertly curated, nature-inspired goods are the stock-in-trade at this San Francisco mini emporium.
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It stands for "Modern Appealing Clothing," and it is what it aims to be. From San Francisco's Hayes Valley neighborhood store listing.