Today, I bring you to Haight Ashbury, San Francisco’s hippie district, in a very appropriate outfit wearing my “Baba Cool” tee-shirt from LA designer BoBo House.
A little bit of history?
The Haight-Ashbury district is noted for its role as a center of the 1960s hippie movement. The earlier bohemians of the beat movement had congregated around San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood from the late 1950s.
The Summer of Love (1967), the 1960s era as a whole, and much of modern American counterculture have been synonymous with San Francisco and the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood ever since.
For Music fans, the legendary Amoeba Music Store is located 1855 Haight Street.
You will also find a lot of col Vintage Fashion stores, all very 70’s inspired.
The perfect occasion to find authentic pieces instead of shopping super expensive ‘Hippie Chic” styles in modern labels!
A BoBo-House “Baba Cool” tee, tucked in my Isabel Marant skirt with an elastic waist, ideal for my baby bump I was 21 weeks pregnant when we did the shooting).
The leather jacket comes from French designer Stéphanie Vaillé, already featured on the blog (here), and my slash boots are from Topshop.
The backpack and the sunglasses are vintage.
Tomorrow, I will end this San Francisco episode with my selection of the best places I’ve eaten to, and my favorite Vintage shop in the city. ,
Bon week-end à toutes !