This year, the prestigious San Francisco Fall Antiques Show is upping its game with a strong sizzle factor.
The America’s Cup, the actual 4-foot-tall, 33-pound sterling-silver trophy on display at the show’s preview party on Wednesday, emphasizes the nautical theme of the event, which runs today through Sunday at Fort Mason Center. Read More
The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show, today through Sunday at Fort Mason Center, marks its third decade with the theme “hidden treasures,” inspired by the traditional 30th anniversary gift: the pearl. Lisa Podos, show organizer for the past several years, says, “Hidden treasures have an element of surprise, such as trompe l’oeil, or architect Andy Skurman’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ installation at the show’s entrance — where the size and perspective of the architectural element is whimsically blown up.” Read More
Music and fashion will make magic this week when the San Francisco Symphony kicks off its yearlong centennial celebration with a special Davies Symphony Hall runway show featuring designs by Carolina Herrera.
The show, produced by Neiman Marcus, is the exact production the iconic designer mounted for her fall 2011 collection, which launched earlier this year at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York. Read More
Spring is here, and Macy’s Annual Flower Show can’t be far behind. The oldest of Macy’s Flower Shows, at the Union Square store, celebrates its 65th anniversary with a two-week extravaganza that begins Sunday. The theme, Tower of Flowers, elevates blooms to a whole new level.
“Macy’s Flower Show will transform the Union Square store into an exquisite landscape of soft colors punctuated with a series of jaw-dropping towers that promises to take the audience to new heights,” said Robin Hall, the event’s executive producer. Read More