Hello California Cool.

Even though they're not all from the Golden State, these designers know what we love to wear. 

Meet some of our favorite brands.  Stay a while, you will like what you see. 




This Australian handbag designer has made her mark with her chic and minimalistic handbags crafted from supple Italian leather.  Rich, warm tones round out the modern style of Annabel Ingall.  The simple details and clean lines of her designs will quickly transform these bags into your most coveted items.  You are hooked.  You'll need more than one to satisfy your handbag desires.



Freda salvador

Local Bay Area darlings Cristina Palomo-Nelson and Megan Papay are the creators of this fresh brand built around the idea that everyday style can be effortless, yet elevated. Their target customer wears their creations because she has a unique and confident sense of style. The shoes can be the foundation of any outfit and with the right pair, your look is made.  To add to the luster of the brand, the shoes are made in a small family factory in Spain.  We're in love.


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veronica beard

Veronica Beard is an elevated American sportswear brand that strikes the balance between classic and cool.  Veronica Miele Beard & Veronica Swanson Beard are sisters-in-law who launched their eponymous brand in the Fall of 2010 with their signature Dickey Jacket. Today the line offers a modern perspective on iconic staples and results in a ready to wear collection that is hard wired for real life.  These essentials are both effortless and chic, each piece mixing superior tailoring with the highest level of quality and fit.


Molly m designs

Molly McGrath is a designer based in the Mission district of San Francisco. She is professionally trained as an architect, and after using a laser cutter to make architectural models, she recognized the machine’s unique potential to make jewelry and other designed objects.

Molly designs and produces all of the work in San Francisco and is focused on conceptual integrity, material exploration, and figuring out new ways to use her laser cutters.  She is inspired by graphic design, architecture, textiles, and nature.  The end result is jewelry, clutches, wallets and pouches that are truly a work of art.