Neiman Marcus buyer-turned-entrepreneur Sherri McMullen of Palo Alto and Oakland’s McMullen boutiques spotlights one of fashion’s rising stars.
In just a few short years Sherri McMullen has made an impressive mark on the retail world with her eponymous stores. She has earned legions of fans who are drawn to her carefully curated selection of women’s clothing and accessories that are simultaneously cutting edge and eminently wearable.
McMullen prides herself on constantly keeping an eye on what’s new and next. Recently she and fashion journalist and blogger Tamu McPherson hosted an intimate dinner with some of Silicon Valley’s best dressed in honor of CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award winner Christopher John Rogers. The evening featured a showcase of Rogers’ most recent collection and a performance by House of Amor.
Gentry is excited to be partnering with McMullen this month for a celebration of the extraordinary women featured in this January edition of the magazine.
The glamorous new Harry Winston salon in San Francisco dazzles.
It is undeniable that the performing arts industry is under-going major changes. With the innovation in technology and a shift in audience demands, art institutions are trying to attract and reach a rapidly changing audience before it is too late. Red Curtain Addict, a performing arts start-up in San Francisco, has set out to “unite the arts” by making the arts easily accessible, approachable, and fun to a new and young audience.