The girl is reading off an iPad Mini wrapped in some homemade, handsewn-looking tablet sleeve. She’s sharing the screen with her beau, which is sweet, right? Wrong.
This Saturday Bill will be hosting a Gwendolyn gallery opening at Seesaw, a charming and humble kids’ castle in Hayes Valley.
If it is true, what Bill Cunningham says, that “Today women are dressing the insides of their heads as well as the outside,” then the only revision I suggest is … Continue reading
One such persons doing inspiring things is Kate Burgess, mother of real-life Podling Penelopants. Tomorrow she’s showing her artwork at Seesaw in Hayes Valley.
San Francisco fashion fun fact? Simon Ungless, the Director of the School of Fashion, introduced Burton to McQueen, and it was through that meeting that she earned an internship in the AMQ fashion house.
My friend Sara Barz has launched Spokespeople, a cyclist-loving organization that loves its stories, with two of her friends Rebecca Stievater and Emma Bailey. Once a month since this past winter, animated speakers and active listeners have been gathering for largely extemporaneous rounds on loose themes like Red, Touching, and this weekend’s In Transit.
Bill created some pretty awesome pieces for VS this weekend, an art show curated by Daisy Church for Mission Comics. VS is a Show of Opposites, reeling together twenty Bay Area and Los Angeles artists’ interpretations of pitting this versus that.
Last week Fela! (You know: Produced by Jay-Z, Will, and Jada. Directed and choreographed by Bill T. Jones. Seen eight times by Spike Lee.) opened at the Curran in San Francisco, and I’m still reeling in the energy and the discourse.