If you enjoy shopping, supporting local, and also sipping some wine, this trunk show hosted by fashion photographer Anna-Alexia Basile might be for you.
If you haven't strolled into the incredibly fashion-forward shop on Valencia Street, consider this as your entry point into the Marc Jacobs fashion show (a.k.a everything that screams chic.) We reported on Le Point in late October, and our jaws hit the floor. Everything from merchandise to their minimal interior design, we want to know how to live there...?
Of course, shopping Le Point isn't cheap, solely designer labels such as Tibi and the elusive Ryan Roche, can be found on their racks.
If you are upset that you couldn't grab tickets for the Color Factory, Anna Alexia's latest Untitled Project for Veda shot at the new art exhibit the Color Factory will be for sale at the party—in case, FOMO had set in.
For those who don't know who, what, or why VEDA is: Lyndsey Butler (the founder of VEDA) was born in Texas; at 18 she moved to New York and at 21 she got her first job in fashion. In 2008 she launched VEDA, setting out to make the perfect leather jacket. The emphasis was on fit and leather of the highest quality; an elegant layer designed to protect against the myriad challenges of modern living. She now brings her creations to the Bay Area gal looking for those who seek a perfectly fitted leather jacket. A dream come true.
// Le Point, 301 Valencia St, Mission, shoplepoint.com
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