SF EVENTS: Fashion Industry Networking Event & Fashion Show by iCu Networking Group x JJV + Lix Perle

Today at 7pm, join us at Temple for the best fashion industry networking event since sliced bread.  From 7-9pm enjoy shopping fashions by local designers and artists such as myself and my very talented friend Lyseen of Lix Perle.  Be sure to purchase a drink ticket, since wine will flow like water at the open bar until 9pm, when the fashion show starts!  After the show at 11pm, dance till you can’t until 1am!  This event is by iCu (I-see-you) networking group, a meetup.com group here in San Francisco.


THEY ARE ONLY $10 ($20 at the door)!

540 Howard St 
San Francisco, 94105

Since the opening of our new space in the mission, we were able to spread out and get organized, which means I will be bringing fashions that have NEVER SEEN THE LIGHT OF DAY…until now.  Joseph Magnin, Givenchy, Christian Dior, Albert Nipon, Limited, Nicole Miller, Diane Von Furstenburg, Furla, even items hand-picked in Paris, and so many more!  The rack will be STUFFED with deluxe faux furs, 1960’s a-line coats and hand-dyed and distressed denim.  There is something for everyone and at every price point from $20-$160+!  Get your fashion on!

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I first met Lyseen at Treasure Island Flea where we were booth neighbors.  Lyseen is incredibly talented and makes infinity scarves that are sewn by hand or crocheted.  Even her adorable mom pitches in with the handiwork.





POSTMORTEM: Treasure Island Flea @fleaTI + T-We @SFtwetea + Lix Perle

For those of you who peeped the Instagram or Facebook page, you knew we had a booth this past weekend at Treasure Island Flea.  The weather was amazing and so beautiful, it was almost a crime to be inside, so all you lovelies who shopped with us, you probably got your vitamin D fix.


Aside from the beautiful weather, my booth was right next to a lovely little lady, Lyseen, from Lix Perle.  How cute are we in red houndstooth?!  Lyseen makes super awesome infinity scarves made from vintage fabrics or that have been knit by either her or her (totally adorbs) mom.


We had so much fun being neighbors, and Lyseen even brought her favorite inspiration book to share with me, Fruits by Shoichi Aoki (also by my favorite publisher Phaidon), about Tokyo street fashion.  There is also a second book, by the same author; check it out HERE.  Tokyo is totally on my bucket list– I have always been inspired by Japanese street fashion and the fashion fearlessness everyone possesses.  Lyseen and I even stopped by T-We for some yummy tea samples.  There, we met Christopher and Kier, two totally awesome tea blending, holster-wearing guys.  Turns out they knew my accountability buddy Dani, from The Recoverie.


While sitting at my booth drinking my favorite Earl Grey, photography student, Kim Nguyen, zipped by me with two cameras and then came back and asked me if she could take my picture.  She was so sweet, and I love that she was using two cameras– one for black and white and the other for color.  Rock, on Kim, rock on.

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PS The hat I am wearing is totally my fave!  I don’t think I can part with it…sorry ladies.  But I have many many more for your spring time pleasure!  Coming soon!

xoxo, Joules