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Madewell's traveling Airstream.
The biannual Alameda Point Vintage Fashion Faire happens this Friday and Saturday at the O Club.
Style File: Where to shop, what to do
Fill in the gaps on your social calendar, May 14–20
Kate Conger | May 14, 2012
Madewell’s Denim Road Trip, Wednesday 12–7 p.m. Climb aboard Madewell’s Airstream trailer during its San Francisco stop for sartorial tips from the brains behind the blue jeans (as well as a scavenger hunt for free denim). Corners of Grant Ave. and Geary St. Click here for more info.
Luna Boutique’s anniversary preview sale, Thursday, 3–8 p.m. Peruse style staples like AG Jeans and fresh local picks like UC Berkeley grad Rachel Pally to spruce up your summer wardrobe with bargains as low as $10 (sale runs through Sunday). Luna Boutique, 3615 Sacramento St., 415-359-0198. Click here for more info.
Alameda Point Vintage Fashion Faire preview party, Friday, 6–9 p.m. Get an exclusive first peek at the treasure trove of vintage duds from 50 curated dealers before it goes on sale this Saturday. The $10 entry fee gets you access to the party and the faire the following day. The O Club, 641 West Red Line Ave., Alameda, 510-522-7500. Click here for more info.
Sephora’s Hourglass makeup event, Saturday, 12–6 p.m. Vlogger and makeup mentor Cassandra Bankson spills her secrets for a flawless complexion—or the illusion of one—while the Hourglass Cosmetics’ artistry team tutors you on selecting the ideal foundation for your skin. Sephora Powell Street, 33 Powell St., 415-362-9360.
City College of San Francisco’s Annual Fashion Show 2012, Sunday, 6–7:30 p.m. The last of the local college fashion shows, titled Ethereal Night, caps the spring season with offerings from this year’s graduates. Ruby Skye, 420 Mason St., 415-239-3588. Click here for more info.
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