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Thursday, September 15, 2011

S.F. Street Style: Fancy for Fashion's Night Out

Posted By on Thu, Sep 15, 2011 at 12:00 PM

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A week ago tonight, San Francisco hosted its own Fashion's Night Out. Started in New York and L.A., the event typically coincides with New York Fashion Week. It entails retailers opening their doors after hours for cocktails and promotional deals intended to lure fashionistas into shopping. Macy's hosted Sonja Morgan of The Real Housewives of New York City and Blair Eadie of the influential style blog Atlantic Pacific, while Neiman Marcus offered Academy of Art University students the chance to display their designs on models throughout the store.

I stuck to the streets as usual and was lucky enough to snap photos of some of the evening's best-dressed attendees. Take a look.

KATE CONGER
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I was fortunate to meet and photograph Erin, the creative guru behind the style blog Apartment 34. I find her ensemble absolutely intriguing; the below-the-knee pencil skirt is a flattering cut I don't see often, and the peculiar color palette caught my eye instantly.

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