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Clare’s Traveling Trunk Show Diary: San Francisco

  • Handbag designer Clare Vivier and her monogramming machine came to visit us at our Fillmore shop last week as part of her Traveling Trunk Show. Clare shared a recap of her trip along with some snapshots:

    {Clare and monogramming pro Walker}

    On the trunk show:
    It was so fun to visit San Francisco and see the Fillmore store. I lived in SF in my early 20s and it’s always exciting to come and visit and see what has changed in the city. I love meeting girls who are excited about the brand and come out to support us. It’s even more fun when they are getting something monogrammed and I have a chance to speak with them! Everyone looked so cute and was so friendly. It was a lot of fun. It also was not too shabby to have the event at Steven Alan and get to do a little shopping in the form of some new Daryl K boots!




    What I packed:
    When we arrived I had no time to check into the hotel so I did a quick outfit change out of the back of our rental car. I brought my CV travel bags, my Isabel Marant leather coat, various shoes options, and the monogram machine.


    Where I ate:
    The Mill was so amazing. The design, the skylights in the ceiling, the herringbone patters in the bookshelf that matched the subway tiled they have – it’s a design lover’s dream! It’s a dream that they have homemade toast and that is all I ever want to eat for breakfast so I could not have been more excited to indulge in some fresh homemade bread! I ate sesame bread with butter and honey and sea salt and it was incredible.



    Many thanks to Clare! Stay tuned for details on the next Traveling Trunk Shows at our Greenwich, Tribeca, and Westport shops.

    This entry was posted on Friday, May 17th, 2013 at 6:12 pm and is filed under Events, In the Neighborhood. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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