1999 Bryant Street
A 9,000-square-foot design store, gallery and workshop featuring contemporary furniture, lighting and accessories.
845 Market Street
An ultra-cool combination of casual American design and Japanese technique, Onassis offers oxford shirts, wool blazers and vests, and boyish cardigans in a mammoth space paneled in warm vintage wood.
550 Montgomery Street
An elegant, three-level private club and men’s shop in the historic Bank of Italy building features exclusive labels like Antonio Valente and Alfred Sargent and luxurious services, including a tailor, milliner, concierge and barber.
2450 Fillmore Street
Aussie apothecary brand Aesop’s first West Coast flagship store showcases the must-have skin care products.
806 Valenica Street
Home décor supplier Acacia, sustainable clothiers Turk + Taylor and natural skincare supplier Heliotope have joined forces to create this superstore in the Mission.
3751 24 Street
An offshoot of men’s store Unionmade, MM features nautical stripes aplenty and tomboy labels like Chance and Gitman Sisters, Il Bisonte accessories, minimalist home goods and even stationery.
540 9 Street
Minimalist Muji’s biggest U.S. location yet, with 7,000 square feet of space stocked with its clean-lined lifestyle goods as far as the eye can see.
245 Post Street
The leather purveyor’s 1,000-square-foot West Coast flagship includes an original Art Nouveau bakery as well as a large scale, hand-painted military map mural along the back wall.
Space NK Apothecary
2257 Larkspur Landing Circle, Larkspur
This U.K. import is chock-full of blushes, brushes, shampoos and serums from luxe and often beauty brands like Kevyn Aucoin, Natura Bisse, Aesop and Ren.
Laguna at Hayes
Louesa Roebuck forages for flowers to create her elegantly imperfect arrangements and supplies Bay Area restaurants Chez Panisse, Camino, and Bar Tartine with her flora—now they’re available alongside ceramics and pottery in a new store.
3811 Noriega Street
A selection of housewares and locally designed clothing and jewelry in a shop that’s equal parts art gallery and boutique—it’s been the site of recent art openings and trunk shows.
Maker & Moss
386 Hayes Street
From minimal to modern design, this Hayes Valley destination for unique home provisions is curated to be both accessible and affordable.
140 Grant Avenue
The California rooted eyewear brand’s 800-square-foot Union Square boutique carries its West collection—a new line inspired by the coastal, California lifestyle.
2050 Fillmore Street
Maquillage wizard Francois Nars opened a sleek 700-square-foot boutique in Pacific Heights, where four makeup artists pamper customers with products including the 413 BLKR line created especially for Nars shops.
105 Grant Avenue
This is the first boutique to carry the men’s collection in the U.S. and features elements like Venetian terrazzo flooring, molded gypsum curtains, layered mirror glass walls and custom leather furniture.
55 Maiden Lane
The iconic brand’s sixth U.S. boutique brings McQueen’s sumptuous legacy to the Union Square neighborhood, where fans can get excited for the label’s safari-chic resort collection including patchwork-denim trousers and tailored shirtdresses.
108 Geary Street
Hedi Slimane’s French Art Deco inspired boutique, offering his men’s ready-to-wear and accessories, reintroduces the brand in a cozy setting.
240 Post Street
Four floors await men, women and children at the retailer’s newest 26,000-square-foot flagship store, completely stocked with the brand’s entire line. Check out their gentleman’s lounge, Nespresso coffee bar and made-to-measure department.
262 Sutter Street
The SF-based cosmetics company’s flagship is filled with the latest products and services including its massively popular brow bar for shaping and waxing and its latest airbrush tanning treatment.