What makes a Parisian... a Parisian? There are a few signs actually that don't lie, like - and I would not want to sound too Parisian... - her clothes of course and her hairstyle for sure.

We met Karen et Géraldine when they were about to start their project. We let them tell you briefly their story, their plan, their fashion, theur style... and especially their private sale on May 9, at Atelier Emmanuel.

To move forward with our articles series dedicated to Santa Cruz and conceived by Laura from the blog Far West Coast, below is a selection of 10 addresses to complete your local experience. 

Second-hand stores are about to become the new way to shop - and actually to dress up - for fashionistas. You are not quite sure? You still hesitate? Still doubt it? Here is our... illustrated demonstration.

Acoté, the French clothing brand, chose San Francisco to open its first retail location in the US. Good choice! Thank you.

The new label Les Petits Carreaux connects San Francisco and Paris through a great kids clothing collection, designed in France and made here. We love it!

San Francisco has a reputation to look like a European city, with small boutiques and cafes. And that’s what we love about it.

Summer is getting closer. You can feel the urge to get dressed forr the sun. The French sister brands have a special offer for you. 

You already knew the French Fair, organized by Flavors of France. Here comes the Spring French Market. Mark your calendar with an ''F'' as in French for May 6, all day, in Sunnyvale.

We tried to list all the Holidays fairs we could think of, taking place in San Francisco, from the tiny ones to the large events. We listed them by dates and by location in the Bay. Should help, shouldn't it?

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