dress :: missoni x target
belt :: forever 21
booties :: vince camuto jerrell
Last night after work and before a last minute dinner with another old friend (everyone's in town this week!), I threw on a Wednesday Addams meets fashion week disguise and superwoman-ed it over to the exclusive preview of Scott Ian McFarland's SF Fashion Week runway collection. Mind you I had a 15 minute window for travel and the SF rush hour scene certainly isn't easy on the watch.
Dim lighting and mahogany wood paneled walls set the venue for this pack-a-punch basic knitwear collection. Although a relatively young label to the SF fashion scene, there is certainly no sacrifice to the quality or detail of each piece. Many items are handmade by none other than Scott Ian McFarland himself, and each piece is finely-tuned with interwoven braided ribbon or ruffled piping. The best part is that this collection doesn't fall under your run-of-the-mill, seeking female only or male only models, type garments. No, this entire collection is gender neutral allowing girl and boy to easily share each luxurious piece. Gender-bending, isn't it?!