Fashion

Where Jean Paul Gaultier should go out this week

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Revered French bad-boy designer Jean Paul Gaultier is in town for the unveiling of a neat-looking "enfant terrible" retrospective of his work at the de Young. (Will there be anything in it as scandalous as the tribute to Naomi Campbell's famous wipeout in the Vivienne Westwood show five years ago?). He also has a busy schedule: a red-carpet appearance at the new Al Pacino movie launch tonight, a private-ish A-gayish loft party on Thursday whose redeeming feature = drag goddess DJ Juanita More, and of course a lavish opening celebration at the de Young itself on Friday. ($300 per person -- I'll be blogging all the opulence and potential fashion faux paaaaaases.) 

But us lowly club kids love you too, JPG.

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Street Threads: Look of the Day

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Today's look: Kayla, New Montgomery and Mission

Tell us about your look: "My fashion is inspired by my grandmother because she gives me all her old things."

Street Threads: Look of the Day

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Today's look: Ryan, Dolores Park

Tell us about your look: "Keep it comfortable. I don't like just one style."

Street Threads: Look of the Day

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Today's look: Sandra, Yerba Buena Lane and Market

Tell us about your look: "I like to look different, not like everyone else."

Street Threads: Look of the Day

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Today's look: Kelly, Howard and Third Street

Tell us about your look: "Skirts for life!"

Street Threads: Look of the Day

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Today's look: Jackie, Dolores Park

Tell us about your look: "I just got this dress today at NO. I sold some clothes and bought this dress."

Street Threads: Look of the Day

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Today's look: Ivy, Dolores Park

Tell us about your look: "Wear whatever the cleanest thing on your floor is."

Street Threads: Look of the Day

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Today's look: Inga, New Montgomery and Mission

Tell us about your look: "I love fashion! I try to put things together that are different."

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Today's look: Aris, Mission and Third Street

Tell us about your look: "Be yourself."

 

Live Shots: Surreal Valentine's re-wedding at Eternity Ball

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Photos by Bowerbird Photography

For Valentine's Day, Sam Love and I celebrated by going to one gigantic wedding reception. Oh wait, there was a wedding ceremony too. Actually a re-commitment ceremony, where a popular SF wedding officiant, Cynthia Gregory, in her formal black robe, honored a husband and wife's 20 years of marriage together and blessed them and their continued union. The bride still fit in her wonderfully fluffy satin wedding dress a-la 1992, cinched tight in the back with a gigantic bow.Read more »