Tiburon Peninsula lit up the night sky this past weekend as stars descended on the Drever Family’s beachfront estate for their fifth annual Hotbed Benefit
Joining members of the family, patriarch Maxwell Drever, daughter Isabelle and son Galen Drever, were event host Sharon Stone, Independence Day: Resurgence actress Sela Ward and husband Howard Sherman, Brothers & Sisters actor Gilles Marini, reality television personality Frankie Grande, fashion designers and Project Runway alums Jake Wall and Blake Patterson, Heatherette founder Richie Rich, designer ... More
Sought-after flower designer Eric Buterbaugh and perfume partner Fabrice Croise were hosted by Vanessa Getty at an intimate San Francisco dinner celebrating the launch of Eric Buterbaugh Florals, a lavish fragrance collection available at select Saks Fifth Avenue locations
Instagram star The Fat Jewish and Y Combinator Partner Justin Kan hosted the official grand opening of ping-pong social club SPiN San Francisco, where VIP guests enjoyed White Girl Rose and plenty of impressive moves from the pros
The luxury design house officially christened its new two-level women’s boutique with a cocktail party hosted by Jaime King
The boutique, inspired by the Peter Marino-designed Avenue Montaigne flagship in Paris, is housed in the historic 185 Post Street building. It’s encased in a glass façade encapsulating the existing building’s existing masonry architecture—Dior’s ground-floor exterior also incorporated marble and glass elements as a complement to the design.
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Let Barneys New York give you the inside scoop into the Bay Area
Barneys New York expanded the recent launch of its New York City Guide to share a who’s who for San Francisco. The insider hub of all things Bay Area contains hot tips from celebrities, tastemakers, restaurateurs, entrepreneurs and local experts.
Did you know supermodel Christy Turlington (who ... More
Barneys New York christened their new freestanding men’s store with a swanky cocktail party featuring special guest (and NBA All-Star) Draymond Green. The 19,000-square-foot San Francisco location is divided into two levels, and features floor-to-ceiling Abba Grey Marble. Leather goods and accessories greet you upon entering street-level, while ... More
San Francisco celebrates Oscar de la Renta: The Retrospective with a black-tie gala
San Francisco’s de Young museum celebrated the world premiere of Oscar de la Renta: The Retrospective with an invitation-only black-tie gala that brought together an eclectic group of the designer’s family, friends, clients and admirers from all over the country.
The exhibition, curated by André Leon Talley and hosted by Honorary ... More
Mouth-watering options are coming to The Golden City this spring
As the latest hot spot in Napa Valley’s Stags Leap District, Odette Estate is already making a name for itself, thanks to inaugural 2012 vintages that received glowing reviews from critic Robert Parker. Its recently completed 3,500-square-foot public space welcomes visitors with walnut tasting bars, black velvet sofas, ... More
Life is sweet for PopSugar co-founder Lisa Sugar, as she balances motherhood and her rapidly growing business
“It takes a long time to build a media company,” says Lisa Sugar, who in 2006 founded the pop culture news site PopSugar alongside her husband Brian. “That June we had our first official day of training, we were six people,” recalls Sugar, whose team now numbers nearly 460. It isn’t just her ... More
The University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive's new home and inaugural show are a must-see for architecture buffs
The University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive recently unveiled its new home, directly across from the UC campus, with the inaugural exhibition Architecture of Life (on display through May 29). Exploring the ways that architecture reshapes our world, the show presents a selection of ... More