San Francisco Fashion Week 2018 - Press Release

 San Francisco's status as a fashion destination is decidedly on deck. The unmistakably stylish metropolis has nurtured emerging fashion markets for decades, inspiring the organic creativity of its inhabitants as their work consistently commands attention on a global scale. Nevertheless, the creative soul of San Francisco has learned to share its emerging spotlight with the world’s leading technological core: Silicon Valley.  Tech’s role in fashion is clear: the indisputable force of social media outlets, influencers and media moguls, well-funded startups, and an immersive new future of retail has turned the industry into an undeniably technological product. However, fashion has been generally apprehensive to adapt to many evident technological advances in outsider fields.    San Francisco Fashion Week   2018 aims to curb this apprehension. The event’s theme, "Bridging The Fashion Gap," reflects a vision to nurture emerging talents and highlight the future of fashion’s captivating ecosystem through sustainability, manufacturing, and technology. Our goal is to separate ourselves from other standout fashion cities through an atypical emphasis on Silicon Valley's robust technology sector.  In San Francisco, we're working on balancing the economy by leveraging our world-leading technology and assets to redevelop other strategic cultural and economic sectors. San Francisco Fashion Week implements this innovative approach by combining educational programs, technological advancements and entrepreneurship to continuously nurture creative communities in fashion, wearables, retail, design, immersive technologies, new media and the arts.  We’re seeking to reestablishing our city’s local manufacturing economy through avid outreach to international fashion communities. We hope to promote San Francisco/Silicon Valley both as a global hub for technological development and a promising world-class style destination. San Francisco Fashion Week 2018 aims to disrupt the international retail sector as the the next emerging fashion market wherein technology is an obvious driving force.   CONTACT US.

San Francisco's status as a fashion destination is decidedly on deck. The unmistakably stylish metropolis has nurtured emerging fashion markets for decades, inspiring the organic creativity of its inhabitants as their work consistently commands attention on a global scale. Nevertheless, the creative soul of San Francisco has learned to share its emerging spotlight with the world’s leading technological core: Silicon Valley.

Tech’s role in fashion is clear: the indisputable force of social media outlets, influencers and media moguls, well-funded startups, and an immersive new future of retail has turned the industry into an undeniably technological product. However, fashion has been generally apprehensive to adapt to many evident technological advances in outsider fields.

San Francisco Fashion Week 2018 aims to curb this apprehension. The event’s theme, "Bridging The Fashion Gap," reflects a vision to nurture emerging talents and highlight the future of fashion’s captivating ecosystem through sustainability, manufacturing, and technology. Our goal is to separate ourselves from other standout fashion cities through an atypical emphasis on Silicon Valley's robust technology sector.

In San Francisco, we're working on balancing the economy by leveraging our world-leading technology and assets to redevelop other strategic cultural and economic sectors. San Francisco Fashion Week implements this innovative approach by combining educational programs, technological advancements and entrepreneurship to continuously nurture creative communities in fashion, wearables, retail, design, immersive technologies, new media and the arts.

We’re seeking to reestablishing our city’s local manufacturing economy through avid outreach to international fashion communities. We hope to promote San Francisco/Silicon Valley both as a global hub for technological development and a promising world-class style destination. San Francisco Fashion Week 2018 aims to disrupt the international retail sector as the the next emerging fashion market wherein technology is an obvious driving force.

CONTACT US.

Retail Tech : Convergence of A.I. and Blockchain - Design Week 2018

It is undeniable that AI and blockchain are two of the major technologies that are catalyzing the pace of innovation and introducing radical shifts in every industry. Each technology has its own degree of technical complexity as well as business implications but the joint use of the two may be able to redesign the entire technological (and human) paradigm from scratch.

As enterprises and society at large struggle to wield the massive amounts of data flowing off of devices, infrastructure, workflows, and users, two profound, but distinct technological developments are shaping the narrative. Artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain are both poised to transform enterprise data strategies, but in very different ways.

AI is an umbrella term for numerous subsets of advancements in technology generally concerned with enabling machines to perceive, speak, act autonomously, and efficiently analyze and learn from large data sets.

Blockchain represents a series of technologies that enable distributed database architecture, wherein the record and verification of a transaction or event relies on multiple parties agreeing on the validity of that transaction, rather than relying on a single centralized authority. RSVP TO Attend. 

Design Week 2018 : Immersive Tech - “NEW REALITIES IN DESIGN”

The time is right for digital professionals to lean in and shape how immersive experiences can extend engagement, nurture influencers, and delight customers with new forms of brand interaction. Immersive technology refers to all forms of perceptual (input to the user) and interactive (output from the user) hardware technologies that blur the line between the physical world and the simulated or digital world. To create a realistic environment, development and recording tools that blends the various technologies together for use within various types of immersive applications or media is required. Virtual reality is expected to be a $150 billion industry by 2020. As with many segments of the tech industry, the field of virtual reality remains dominated by men. But that’s beginning to change, female creators have gotten a rare opportunity to start from a level playing field. 

Design Week 2018 : Immersive Technology (VR/AR) : NEW REALITIES IN DESIGN > | RSVP @ http://bit.ly/2L3nNfl | > Join us V/AR Forum @ 

SPEAKERS/PANELISTS :

Digital LOVE Fest : Fashion Tech Pop-Up

Digital LOVE Fest : Fashion Tech Pop-Up

Continuing the tradition due to the success of the annual Digital Winter Fest pop-up events... SFFaMA.org is launching the 1st ever Digital Love Fest, during the month of February; that will feature fashion & technology and emerging products. This gathering will celebrate the future of fashion's emerging talents. This year’s stylish tech event will be held at Mati's brand new spanking office space in Soma. RSVP.

F+AI : Fashion + Artificial Intelligence

 eCommerce has shifted the industry from strictly brick-and-mortar (and catalog) to a more mobile and social media-friendly space, which has opened up in applications of AI in fashion that may help to mold the future of the customer experience.  If fashion brands want to be de rigueur nowadays, they need to be investing in artificial intelligence to personalize consumer experiences. AI can also make quick work of the huge amounts of data generated by retail activity, as well as tackling more prosaic pain points like supply chain optimization.  RSVP To Attend. 

eCommerce has shifted the industry from strictly brick-and-mortar (and catalog) to a more mobile and social media-friendly space, which has opened up in applications of AI in fashion that may help to mold the future of the customer experience.

If fashion brands want to be de rigueur nowadays, they need to be investing in artificial intelligence to personalize consumer experiences. AI can also make quick work of the huge amounts of data generated by retail activity, as well as tackling more prosaic pain points like supply chain optimization. RSVP To Attend. 

Digital Winter Fest 4.0

    SFFaMA's Digital Winter Fest 4.0 is an annual holiday soiree that features products in fashion, technology and VR/AR. This holiday gathering will celebrate the future of fashion. This year’s style and tech event will be held at BarNua (North Beach) focusing in on the new commercial opportunities that fashion/tech and VR/AR presents, highlighting the tools and techniques needed to create contents, connections and business opportunities.  Attend this event to experience the latest fashion tech-related products, network with fashion startups and entrepreneurs, check out the newest designs of emerging talents, meet sexy santas and hot elves. Connect with technologists and thought leaders from the retail tech, social good and fashion tech sectors brought to you by [ SFFaMA ] San Francisco Fashion And Merchants Alliance, Inc.  RSVP HERE! 

 

SFFaMA's Digital Winter Fest 4.0 is an annual holiday soiree that features products in fashion, technology and VR/AR. This holiday gathering will celebrate the future of fashion. This year’s style and tech event will be held at BarNua (North Beach) focusing in on the new commercial opportunities that fashion/tech and VR/AR presents, highlighting the tools and techniques needed to create contents, connections and business opportunities.

Attend this event to experience the latest fashion tech-related products, network with fashion startups and entrepreneurs, check out the newest designs of emerging talents, meet sexy santas and hot elves. Connect with technologists and thought leaders from the retail tech, social good and fashion tech sectors brought to you by [SFFaMA] San Francisco Fashion And Merchants Alliance, Inc. RSVP HERE! 

The Future of AR / VR

 Is Augmented Reality or Virtual Reality the Future of Businesses? Businesses are changing rapidly day by day by embracing various technological innovations. These innovations are making it possible for customers to experience as well as envision a product personally without being present physically. Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are 2 powerful technologies capable of making a huge impact on industries.  RSVP TO ATTEND! 

Is Augmented Reality or Virtual Reality the Future of Businesses? Businesses are changing rapidly day by day by embracing various technological innovations. These innovations are making it possible for customers to experience as well as envision a product personally without being present physically. Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are 2 powerful technologies capable of making a huge impact on industries. RSVP TO ATTEND! 

SF Fashion LaBs Workshop Series : Course 01 : So, You Want to Start (or Grow) your Own Fashion House.

Interested in starting a business in fashion? Have a talent and want to turn it into a successful enterprise? This is for you. The San Francisco Fashion and Merchants Alliance and Creative Startup Labs are teaming up to present a first-of-its-kind workshop series. Much more than a class, this is an engaging, interactive boot camp style course led by a professional instructor with deep experience in the industry. Not only will you learn valuable insight into the legal and business foundations that are needed to be successful in your career, you will have a chance to participate and gain both professional and peer-to-peer feedback about your own ideas. You will learn a valuable foundation that you can use yourself, build your network and gain access to the resources that will help turn your idea into a reality. This is a four-part workshop spread over 4 months in San Francisco. Take a look at the outline below and sign up today for any class you choose, or make a commitment to your project and save by enrolling in the entire course. Your future business is ready to start now.  RSVP To Attend @ http://bit.ly/2rHD1Qo .

SF Fashion LaBs Workshop Series - COURSE 01 : 
So, you want to start (or grow) your own fashion house.
a. Intro to CSL and SFFAMA
b. Background
c. Course overview
d. How to turn your talent into success, and what you will need in order to do it.
e. Don’t worry, you aren’t alone. There are resources out there. To effectively use them, you have to at least somewhat understand them.

FULL PKG: $100
Course 02 : Fashion Law 101. The foundation needed to build and protect your house.
Course 03 : Dealing with neighbors professionally. Treating your house like a business.
Course 04 : Getting ready for expansion. Turning your house into your castle takes help. How to get it and how some help is different than others.

Instructor :
CSL founder Brad Carrick has been practicing for over 12 years with a JD from Harvard Law School and an MBA from IE Business School in Spain. He is also the founder of the award-winning fashion-tech brand SOLZ, Inc. and editor of the online magazine Fashion InJunction. He has a passion for bringing creative ideas to life – and helping artists and entrepreneurs turn their talents into success by starting and growing their businesses.

Educational Partner:
Creative Startup Labs is a full-service agency dedicated to helping talented entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses. Whether you need brand development, legal services, business plan preparation, creative financing, strategic consulting or product incubation, CSL can probably help. CSL founder Brad Carrick has been practicing for over 12 years with a JD from Harvard Law School and an MBA from IE Business School in Spain. He is also the founder of the award-winning fashion-tech brand SOLZ, Inc. and editor of the online magazine Fashion InJunction. He has a passion for bringing creative ideas to life – and helping artists and entrepreneurs turn their talents into success by starting and growing their businesses.

Fashion Tech Roundup 4.0 : Women Startups - Pitch Night

Join Fashion Tech Roundup (Pitch Night) 4.0. Participating startups will present their emerging fashion/tech startup or product. A professional judging panel will provide business critiques and the audience is also welcome to offer feedback to the presenting startups. Attend this workshop and meet other fashion/tech entrepreneurs, possible collaborators and future team mates. RSVP TO ATTEND.  APPLY TO PITCH or contact Owen Geronimo

Fashion Revolution Week - Eco Fashion panel

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Fashion Revolution Week - Eco Fashion panel w/ Amy Blyth / Partnership Development Manager, Factory Program at Fair Trase USA + Saloni Shrestha / Co-Founder and designer of AGAATI California + Anna Lehtola / Business Development Manager at Lovia Collection + Erin Wold / Co-Founder & COO of SilkRoll (Moderator) > April 25th, RSVP @ http://bit.ly/2oFnPyx

Part Time Fashion Specialist - San Francisco Bloomingdales Halston LLC

 Source : Shop Wisconsin

Source : Shop Wisconsin

  • Responsible for delivering exceptional customer service Overcoming guest objections and closing sales while building on-going relationships Help create and maintain a store culture focused on the customer, enhance the buying experience and build relationships that lead to long term business growth; demonstrate detailed knowledge of all products and services.
  • Use company tools to build clientele and achieve sales Responsible for achieving individual sales goals and assisting General Manager in ensuring the store meets its sales plan.
  • Ensure each customer is welcomed into the store in a warm and genuinely sincere manner.
  • Ensure the appropriate quality time is spent with the customer, asking questions in order to learn about his/her needs, preferences and lifestyle.
  • Go above and beyond the customer's initial requests and assist in fulfilling his/her wardrobe needs by recommending complete outfits.

APPLY HERE. 

Sonas Denim - Intern

 Source : Sonas Denim

Source : Sonas Denim

  • Sonas Denim, a compassionate, free spirited, lifestyle fashion brand is seeking an enthusiastic, passionate volunteer creative intern who wants to gain real life experience with an up and coming fashion line. The right candidate will be creative, adept with social media, reliable and able to commit to at least 10-15 hours a week.

Responsibilities include:

  • Overseeing and facilitating the day-to-day social media operations and author posts across all of our social channels -- Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest
  • Working with the founders on the creation and implementation of a social media campaign on our Social Media channels of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest (or other suggested channels).
  • Maintaining online presence with innovative content of interest
  • Expanding our fan base
  • Marketing via Email
  • Submitting articles to bloggers and then linking to us. Commenting on other articles of interest in the name of Sonas.

Requirements

  • Must be a self starter, motivated, reliable, organized and driven.
  • Experience in fashion and public relations a plus but not required.
  • Must be able to work independently as well as on a team
  • Must be a creative self-starter to help take our brand to the next level by building up our followers and finding innovative ways to give our brand a look and a voice in the world of fashion oriented social media
  • Must be able to connect with bloggers, fashion and media editors as well as various industry professionals.

Compensation:

  • The position will be reporting to the founder and is an unpaid (voluntary) internship, but can be arranged for college credit.
  • Commission's will be paid on any sales resulting from your marketing efforts. (i.e. if you create a link or Promo Code to lead back to a posting you are responsible for) 
  • It is a volunteer position but we will pay you an hourly wage in trade in jeans based upon minimum wage and the posted retail price of jeans. So, if you like to write and post and have a passion for social media, marketing, fashion and animals we'd love to hear from you! We'd like to hear what talents you can bring to our team, as well as what you hope to gain from this opportunity. See Sonas Denim products www.sonasdenim.com

Please send resume and cover letter to - gerry@sonasdenim.com

TAYLOR / MONROE - Hair Model

 (credit : Azalea Boutique) 

(credit : Azalea Boutique) 

TAYLOR / MONROE, high-end hair salon located in Hayes Valley, is conducting a model call for an upcoming photoshoot for their hair lookbook. T/M is looking for photogenic female models who are open to color and/or cut for this hair shoot. See more details below:

  • Photoshoot Date: Monday, Feb. 13th 
  • Call Time: TBD
  • Photographer: Genevieve Diaz and Lauren Midori
  • NO Compensation:  Trade for color and cut services, color & cut services are typically $200+. Models will also get all photos taken for their portfolio.
  • Other Requirements: Models must be available prior to the day of the shoot to have color/cut service done. On the day of the shoot, models will simply be styled by T/M stylists and photographed. 
  • Wardrobe: Azalea Boutique, Rand + Statler 

If interested, contact: Benji Pow, benjipow10@gmail.com808-352-8769

Iron Creative: Paid Fashion Internship Opportunity

  Iron Creative has  an amazing opportunity for someone looking to get their feet wet in the fashion and / or photography industry. We need an intern for the next 6-8 weeks in prep for a seasonal photoshoot. The person would be working at at the client's location for approx 25 hours per week.   The position would include any and everything that involves getting teams ready for a photoshoot - scheduling meetings, outreach to vendors, working with the production company on logistics, gathering clothing from samples, readying contracts, etc. And a possibility of attending the shoot in LA.  Criteria:   ·            An interest in fashion, photography or marketing  A go-getter   ·            Highly organized and lover of logistics   ·            Creative problem solver   ·            25 hours per week   ·            No college degree required. It’s a great opp for a fashion student.    ·            This will be paid, although pay is TBD depending on experience.   To apply please send resume with a brief email (to: john@ironcreative.com) on why you are interested. If you don’t have a resume, a few bullets about experience and reason for interest. 

Iron Creative has an amazing opportunity for someone looking to get their feet wet in the fashion and / or photography industry. We need an intern for the next 6-8 weeks in prep for a seasonal photoshoot. The person would be working at at the client's location for approx 25 hours per week. 

The position would include any and everything that involves getting teams ready for a photoshoot - scheduling meetings, outreach to vendors, working with the production company on logistics, gathering clothing from samples, readying contracts, etc. And a possibility of attending the shoot in LA.

Criteria:

·         An interest in fashion, photography or marketing

A go-getter

·         Highly organized and lover of logistics

·         Creative problem solver

·         25 hours per week

·         No college degree required. It’s a great opp for a fashion student. 

·         This will be paid, although pay is TBD depending on experience. 

To apply please send resume with a brief email (to: john@ironcreative.com) on why you are interested. If you don’t have a resume, a few bullets about experience and reason for interest. 

Iron Creative has an amazing opportunity for someone looking to get their feet wet in the fashion and / or photography industry. We need an intern for the next 6-8 weeks in prep for a seasonal photoshoot. The person would be working at at the client's location for approx 25 hours per week. 

The position would include any and everything that involves getting teams ready for a photoshoot - scheduling meetings, outreach to vendors, working with the production company on logistics, gathering clothing from samples, readying contracts, etc. And a possibility of attending the shoot in LA.

Criteria:

  • An interest in fashion, photography or marketing
  • A go-getter
  • Highly organized and lover of logistics
  • Creative problem solver
  • 25 hours per week
  • No college degree required. It’s a great opp for a fashion student. 
  • This will be paid, although pay is TBD depending on experience. 

To apply please send resume with a brief email (to: john@ironcreative.com) on why you are interested. If you don’t have a resume, a few bullets about experience and reason for interest. 

How To Launch Your Fashion Line - From Design Through Production

  TEG International event series : How To Launch Your Fashion Line - From Design Through Production > RSVP @   http://bit.ly/2iUcGd2    Join the TEG team [  http://www.tegintl.com/  ] in their Market Street studio, for an informational seminar on how to Launch Your Line: From Design Through Production. Learn the steps of the process from the TEG team, who have together launched over 750 clothing lines, who will be on hand to share their insights and tips to save you time and money. Meet other emerging designers and have your questions on the process answered, while enjoying an afternoon in TEG's picturesque San Francisco studio.    Event Series Overview:    TEG International announces its “Launch Your Line” Workshop Series i  n San Francisco. In an effort to educate and inspire independent designers and fashion entrepreneurs, TEG is rolling out the monthly instructional and event series to showcase our development and small volume production processes. The series will span five months and offer sessions that focus on everything from launching your clothing line to industry mixers and client showcases.  Each two-hour workshop will feature an informational session by Founder, Jennifer Evans, and members of the TEG team, showing guests how to take an idea from inception to end product. In addition, industry mixers and client showcases will spotlight guest TEG designers who will be featured with their work and collections. The series will then conclude in May with the TEG Pop-Up showcasing collections from TEG Alumni and finds from TEG Voyage travels.

TEG International event series : How To Launch Your Fashion Line - From Design Through Production > RSVP @ http://bit.ly/2iUcGd2

Join the TEG team [http://www.tegintl.com/] in their Market Street studio, for an informational seminar on how to Launch Your Line: From Design Through Production. Learn the steps of the process from the TEG team, who have together launched over 750 clothing lines, who will be on hand to share their insights and tips to save you time and money. Meet other emerging designers and have your questions on the process answered, while enjoying an afternoon in TEG's picturesque San Francisco studio.

Event Series Overview:

TEG International announces its “Launch Your Line” Workshop Series in San Francisco. In an effort to educate and inspire independent designers and fashion entrepreneurs, TEG is rolling out the monthly instructional and event series to showcase our development and small volume production processes. The series will span five months and offer sessions that focus on everything from launching your clothing line to industry mixers and client showcases.

Each two-hour workshop will feature an informational session by Founder, Jennifer Evans, and members of the TEG team, showing guests how to take an idea from inception to end product. In addition, industry mixers and client showcases will spotlight guest TEG designers who will be featured with their work and collections. The series will then conclude in May with the TEG Pop-Up showcasing collections from TEG Alumni and finds from TEG Voyage travels.

TECH Fashion Week ™ 2017 : Digital Fashion's Coming of Age

     TECH Fashion Week   ’s [5th Annual] focus is on technology and innovation within the fashion industry including fashion tech, wearable tech, and retail tech.   TECH Fashion Week  ’s full schedule of events and workshops feature cutting-edge fashion, design and technology companies, startups and entrepreneurs showcasing current developments from all sectors of the Fashion Tech eco-system.      TECH Fashion Week      ™ is the newest industry event for individuals, groups and organizations involved in or interested in the development and transformation of fashion through technology, innovation and entrepreneurship.   TECH Fashion Week  ’s 2017’s theme is 'Digital Fashion's Coming of Age' to highlight the continuing evolution of the fashion industry’s future. Attendees will be exposed to what is digitally changing the industry from 3d printing, retail e-commerce, virtual reality, connectivity, wearables and internet of fashionable things.

TECH Fashion Week’s [5th Annual] focus is on technology and innovation within the fashion industry including fashion tech, wearable tech, and retail tech. TECH Fashion Week’s full schedule of events and workshops feature cutting-edge fashion, design and technology companies, startups and entrepreneurs showcasing current developments from all sectors of the Fashion Tech eco-system. 

TECH Fashion Week ™ is the newest industry event for individuals, groups and organizations involved in or interested in the development and transformation of fashion through technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. TECH Fashion Week’s 2017’s theme is 'Digital Fashion's Coming of Age' to highlight the continuing evolution of the fashion industry’s future. Attendees will be exposed to what is digitally changing the industry from 3d printing, retail e-commerce, virtual reality, connectivity, wearables and internet of fashionable things.

(Repost) Not Buying It: Fast Fashion, Lies & Sustainability

(Repost) Not Buying It: Fast Fashion, Lies & Sustainability

"Fast fashion has followed a trend similar to the fast food chains that inspired its name - explosive growth, massive popularity, and then consumer skepticism. Turns out that having access to clothes en masse mere days after the latest runway shows requires production practices that aren’t healthy for societies or our planet. Just like factory farming and consuming Whoppers and fries consistently isn’t healthy or sustainable, inexpensive clothing meant to be worn once or twice and constantly replaced isn’t much better for us. Even McKinsey says so. In 2004, we had Supersize Me; in 2015, we got The True Cost. Are we seeing the beginning of a shift away from fast fashion? Will apparel brands more akin to Chipotle start gaining real traction?" — Kelsey Halling, Sustainable Brands

Photo Credit: Zara

NY Fashion Tech Lab Applications Open

NY Fashion Tech Lab Applications Open

What are the basic requirements to apply?

We are open to any innovations at the intersection of fashion, retail, and technology.  Yes, that is broad, but the Fashion and Retail Partners want to see everything from CRM, peer-to-peer commerce, brick and mortar sales and merchandising tools, actionable data insight display, iBeacon, to whoever cracks the nut on the virtual shopping layer with augmented reality.  If you have that covered, then we will also need to see a robust, functional beta along with a solid founding team that includes one technical member.  Check? Okay then, lastly the founder/cofounders must be located in NYC for the 12 weeks (March - June).

#DisruptFashion Hackathon Fall 2016

#DisruptFashion Hackathon Fall 2016

Join us on November 05th-06th, 2016 at Startup House!

Build IOT App Solutions for Retail & Fashion

reate a team + Build a team + Connect w/ other creatives to build an app or a startup company....No other city embraces the intertwined relationship between fashion, retail, technology, and the future of Virtual Reality more than San Francisco does. With the city being known as the hub where technology and fashion intermix... the goal is to create an innovative app to tackle various challenges to foster growth in the local or global fashion industries. Teams will learn from mentors about industry issues and what solutions are relevant.  

he hackathon seeks to bring together designers, developers, business professionals, and technologists to cultivate ideas on how to #DisruptFashion.

SFFW Fall 2016

SFFW Fall 2016

Day 1: Opening Reception

Day 2: Fashion Business Series

Day 3: Fashion Tech Expo

Day 4: Retail Tech Summit

Day 5: VR Style's Night Out

Day 6: Emerging Designers Showcase

Day 7: Ready to Wear Showcase

Day 8: High Fashion Showcase

 

San Francisco embraces the intertwined relationship between fashion, retail and technology like no other city. Understanding this relationship, San Francisco Fashion Merchants and Alliance, Inc. (SFFAMA) will present San Francisco Fashion Week ™ 2016 on September 24, 2016 - October 2, 2016.

With the city being known as the ultimate hub where technology and fashion intermix, it’s only fitting that this year’s theme is “Tech Drives Fashion.”

San Francisco Fashion Week ™ 2016 will explore how technology has become an integral part of the fashion industry by showcasing emerging designer collections, virtual reality, 3D fashion, wearable tech and so much more.

Join us in this fashion revolution during the 7th annual San Francisco Fashion Week ™ 2016 and explore how “Tech Drives Fashion” for yourself in the world’s leading hub of technology. 

Day 1 | Sunday, September 25, 2016

Opening Reception @ Monroe SF

Day 2 | Monday, September 26, 2016

Day 3 | Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Fashion Tech Expo @ Galvanize

Day 4 | Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Retail Tech Summit @ Gensler

Day 5 | Thursday, September 29, 2016

VR Style's Night Out @ Wework Transbay

Day 6 | Friday, September 30, 2016

Emerging Designers Showcase @ Founder's Space

Day 7 | Saturday, October 1, 2016

Ready to Wear Showcase @ DZINE

Day 8 | Sunday, October 2, 2016

High Fashion Showcase @ Bloomingdale's