Folsom Street Fair, San Francisco’s biggest celebration of all things kinky, is back Sunday with a party for freaky friends of fetish, leather and rubber attire.
We spotted Robin in the Financial District on an unusually warm (for San Francisco) afternoon wearing this delightful combination of baroque paisley-pattern leggings, cut-off jean shorts, undershirt, granny-style knitted sweater, bold tribal-inspired jewelry pieces, and these fabulous John Fluevog ankle boots with bead embellishment on the laces.
Today marks the first installment in a new series reporting on the city’s baristas, the coffee shops in which they work, and the neighborhoods where they reside. In 49 small square miles, San Francisco is comprised of many different neighborhoods, each with their own unique flavor.
The sun came out on Sunday, much to the delight of festival-goers at the fourth annual J-Pop Summit: a Japanese pop culture extravaganza in Japantown, featuring live music, fashion shows, film screenings, vendors selling homemade wares and delicious Japanese treats.
SoMA nightclub Club Six hosts a fun, free and interactive happy hour that is unlike any other in San Francisco—or anywhere else, really. Dubbed So You Think You Can Paint?, every Thursday night the club opens its doors and offers canvas, paint and brushes to the public.