The city has a lot to offer this month. Here are the buzzy happenings you won't want to miss.
The store's interior
Betty Lin, founder of her namesake luxury women’s boutique, has opened a new high-end clothing lounge for men. The new store, mr lin, is a destination for men’s fashion, providing exceptional personalized styling services at its Sacramento Street boutique. The store, thoughtfully designed by Eche Martinez, features a laid-back-yet-luxurious selection of T-shirts and sweaters, along with outerwear and accessories from Alberto, Avant Toi, Barena, Caruso and more. 3615 Sacramento St.
A chair by Llane Alexis at MARCH
Luxury interiors store MARCH is carrying a new home goods collection. Llane Alexis, a Cuban-born, San Francisco-based artist, is eschewing the fashion industry’s wastefulness by using braided and woven scraps of leftover fabric to create incredibly unique decor. The collection’s handformed trays and baskets are made from recycled cotton textiles. For those wanting something truly personalized, clients can commission Alexis to enhance their own furniture with his signature technique. 3075 Sacramento St.
Byredo, the Swedish fragrance brand known for hit scents Mojave Ghost and Gypsy Water, now has a San Francisco location on Fillmore Street. Featuring a wide selection of fragrances, candles, makeup and more, the cult products pop against the boutique’s sleek design: Think aluminum walls, yellow concrete flooring and one-of-a-kind furniture. Customers can also stop by the private makeup consultation area for a truly unique experience. 2000 Fillmore St.
Immersive Van Gogh is coming to SVN West and will run from March 18 until Sept. 6. The walkthrough digital art experience was designed by Massimiliano Siccardi. SVN West will showcase the exhibit using over 500,000 cubic feet of projection to present more than 2,000 pieces of Van Gogh’s work. The paintings will be projected in a way that is active and moving, a way similar to how Van Gogh saw the scenes himself. 10 S. Van Ness Ave.
Arcudi owner Tony Arcudi
Tony Arcudi, a winemaker awarded two 100-point wine scores on his first vintage in 2016, is releasing the second label under Arcudi wines. TERRAMAGRA—which translates to “meager earth,” a description of the soil that yields the best grape vines—provides high-quality wines for everyday enjoyment. Late rain in Napa Valley during 2018 created a longer ripening time for grapes, resulting in wines with mature ripe tannins and a solid structure. The vast majority of grapes under the new label are cabernet sauvignon along with some merlot. Cheers! 83 First St., Napa
Photography by: FROM TOP: PHOTO COURTESY OF BRANDS; CHAIR PHOTO BY BEN KIST; PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAND; PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAND; TONY ARCUDI PHOTO BY MEGAN REEVES