san francisco shopping guide

jackson Square & Union Avenue


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Chariots on Fire

Hidden behind frosted garage doors in an otherwise boutique-less stretch of the city, Chariots on Fire is an unparalleled resource for jewelry you'd be hard-pressed to locate anywhere else on the West Coast. Scott Wilson's net-like crocheted necklaces are arranged on stacks of white paper next to one-of-a-kind woven bracelets from Romy Derman and futuristic chokers pieced together with chips of mirror by Stefano Poletti.
893A Folsom St., chariotsonfire.com

Eden & Eden

Filling a pie-shaped wedge on a sunny corner, Eden & Eden is devoted to goods from Britain, including Tatty Devine necklaces cast after giant zippers, Rococo teal goblets, and fluorescent yellow wallpaper reproductions of bus schedules. Even though the merchandise is all readily available in the U.K., the assortment is so spot-on that many of its online orders come from London-based clients.
560 Jackson St., 415-983-0490, edenandeden.com

As featured in Lucky's City Summer Shopping Guide!

Jeremys

Jeremy Kidson opened this gigantic department store-sized outlet immediately after high school in the late '80s, presenting current-season collections from some of fashion's biggest names at a fraction of retail prices.
2 South Park, 415-882-4929

Metier

One of the few independent boutiques that hang with the big boys over in Union Square (Neiman Marcus, Marc Jacobs, Chanel), this quietly low-key space peddles a stellar roster of citified labels: 3.1 Phillip Lim, Zero + Maria Cornejo, Isabel Marant, and Daryl K.
355 Sutter St., 415-989-5395

As featured in Lucky's City Summer Shopping Guide!