Voyager Journal — sustainable

Revolver at the Urban Air Market, this Saturday 10/20 in the Lower Haight!

2012 art collaboration design handmade jewelry local Made in the USA quality sneakers sustainable textiles

This Saturday, October 20th, Revolver will participate in the Urban Air Market at its inaugural event in the Lower Haight. Haight Street from Webster to Pierce will be closed to auto traffic. Instead, the street will be lined with booths featuring 200+ independent designers selling clothing, accessories, jewelry, and other items. We've interviewed Danielle Cohen, director of Urban Air Market, about the event and she gave us the scoop on what it's all about. Come check it and us out! Where did the inspiration for the Urban Air Market come from? Can you tell us what influenced you to begin...

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The Devil's Teeth

Devil's Teeth ecology Farallon Islands Farallones fauna flora history Inspiration local Nature ocean preservation Rebecca Solnit Robert Talbot San Francisco Susan Casey sustainable

Just 30 miles outside the Golden Gate, many San Franciscans don't even realize they are there. I had never heard of them until my landlady's son made mention of them. He told us that on clear days they were visible from our house on the hill, our castle in the sky, here in the Excelsior district. But as it was August and we were in the midst of full-on foggy season, I had to wait to catch a glimpse... From the first time I spied them, they totally captured my imagination. I could easily and readily see myself living out...

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CAMO: like camouflage

CAMO design Inspiration Italy local menswear Stefano Ughetti sustainable unisex

CAMO is an exciting, fashion forward brand designed in Biella, a town in the Piemonte region of Northern Italy. Locally minded, CAMO sources the finest materials from Italian producers in order to create its beautiful range. At first glance CAMO's designs may seem like strictly menswear, but the pieces are extremely comfortable and versatile, easily incorporated into unisex styling. I was very fortunate to interview CAMO's proprietor and designer, Stefano Ughetti.  Read on to learn more about Stefano's thoughts and processes regarding his company.  Why the name CAMO? This is a pretty loaded word - clearly you are not making...

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