I’m usually the one chasing after sources and asking the questions, so it came as an amusing surprise when I was approached six months ago at one of my favorite San Francisco cafes by a fellow fashion editor to be interviewed and photographed for an article.
Strappy gladiator flats and ballet flats spotted at the Marais district's outdoor market.
The fashion festival in Hyeres officially ended on Monday, and it’s been an intense and invigorating week of sightseeing, socializing and reporting! But before leaving Paris for Hyeres, followed by a side trip through Provence and Central France for some other adventures these past few days (more on all of that to come), I sent this e-postcard to the Chronicle, posted on today’s sfgate.com.
I reluctantly parted with Paris today by train after an inspiring week of total fashion immersion. (But much more to come here in Hyeres!) I spent my last few days in the city soaking in street style– my attempt to pay tribute to the great Bill Cunningham of the New York Times. The trend I spotted? Scarves in Paris, even in balmy springtime temps, are all the rage. Check out my latest post here on Unzipped, sfgate.com’s style blog.