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Places to shop in SF

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There were a lot of threads on places in San Francisco for Streetwear but those were lost during during The Great Crash of '06. So I'm hoping we can reconstruct a list of the good stores and what brands they carry and some information about the store? I'll try and get started. Gimmie Shoes (50 Grant Avenue) - Fashion forward collection of mens and womens shoes. John Varvatos Paul Smith AB fits (40 Grant Avenue) - Nudie Paul Smith Etro Rag and Bone Azalea (411 Hayes Street) - APC Rolo (2351 Market Street) - Nudie Rag and Bone
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American Rag CIE
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^ American Rag has 5EP, PRPS, Evisu, LVC, Earnest Sewn and all the usual laundry suspects

Villains Vault 1653 Haight St.
Nudie
Nice Collective

Huf 808 Sutter and 516 Hayes St.
Vans
Adidas
Nike
Onitsuka Tiger
Visvim
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the Archive

Costume National, Ann Demeulemeester, Les Hommes, Neil Barret and a bunch of other really unique makers I hadn't previousley heard of: Icho (cool jackets), Haute, Kiminori Moshita (sp?)
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MAC (Modern Appealing Clothing) 387 Grove St
Engineered Garments
Dries Van Noten
Margelia
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Has anybody ever been to Riley James? I am on their email list but I have never been there. They carry Rag&Bone and Corpus. I might go check them out when I have some free time this coming week.
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Loehmann's in Union Square, Buffalo Exchange and Crossroads on Haight are great for thrift shopping.

There's another AB Fits at 1519 Grant Ave.
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Originally Posted by Dill
Has anybody ever been to Riley James? I am on their email list but I have never been there. They carry Rag&Bone and Corpus. I might go check them out when I have some free time this coming week.

So, how was it? I've never been to that store.
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