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After a yearlong renovation, Italian fashion house Salvatore Ferragamo unveils its palatial new 11,000-square-foot boutique (236 Post St., near Grant Ave.). Imported Italian furniture and carved stone detailing nod to the label’s Tuscan roots, while a video wall and an Artemide light sculpture complement the edgily feminine spring collection—wherein ivory satin meets python stilettos.
Los Angeles transplant Klein Epstein & Parker makes bespoke clothes for dudes who aren’t afraid to mix paisley and plaid (467 Gough St., near Ivy St.). Catering to urban peacocks who are fussy about fit, the store’s onsite tailors can customize anything from the threading on your button-down to the underside hue of your popped collar.
Temescal Alley jewelry shop Marisa Haskell gets a facelift (470D 49th St., near Telegraph Ave., Oakland), retrofitted with custom furniture and concrete and leather detailing. The expanded retail space allows for a broader selection of art, homewares, and textiles alongside Haskell’s own boho leather and brass jewelry.
Cult cosmetics brand MAC introduces MAC Pro (45 Powell St., near Ellis St.), a line catering to masters of the matte pout and smoky eye. Geared toward makeup professionals in photography, film, and fashion, the new 1,340-square-foot MAC flagship packs a lash bar, a private makeup room, a classroom, and a laboratory-like setup of over 250 products and beauty tools.
Originally published in the February issue of San Francisco