Wardrobe Tricks and Treats
Dressing up on Halloween is the quickest way to feel like a kid again. But polyester costumes are not our friends. Style Editor Emily Heitmann found high-end pieces that double as a costume, yet maintain relevance in your closet.
Cruella de Vil
This mini dress carries the perfect punch of drama to channel the fur-loving Disney villain.
Markarian Exclusive Love Hangover Dalmatian-Print
Crepe Mini Dress ($1,695) | www.modaoperandi.com
Don this cape, and you will instantly feel like you could leap tall buildings in a single bound.
Magda Butrym Medford Sequined Cape Blouse ($1,335) | Curve, San Francisco | 415.885.4200.
Adding something black to your collection is always warranted. So pair this with some black eyeliner and become a Goth queen. Sally LaPointe Belted Faux Leather
Tapered Jumpsuit ($1,950) | Neiman Marcus, San Francisco | 415.362.3900.
Everyone needs a good pair of cowgirl boots. Put these on with your best denim, practice your loudest “Yeehaw!” and you’re ready to go.
Ganni Suede Ankle Boots ($540) | www.ganni.com
Game of Thrones
This beloved series has come to an end, so take that last opportunity for an à la Daenerys look. When anyone asks, “Why velvet?” just whisper, “Winter is coming.”
Cushnie Velvet Turtleneck Top ($795). | www.cushnie.com
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.