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If there’s one thing we love about the seasonal shift, it’s digesting all of the spring glossies. Previewing new threads against ethereal, conceptual backdrops is just what we need to get us amped for the sun-drenched days ahead. Just a few days ago, we gave you a peek at 7x7’s sharp and sexy Chinatown-influenced editorial, and this time we’re shifting the focus to another regional editorial gem,
But, just a heads up — you’re not going to find super-frilly frocks and floral prints in this spring feature. Instead, it’s all about the clean cuts and minimal lines. Styled by Lauren Murrow and shot by Claudia Goetzelmann in front of artist Tahiti Pehrson's cool work at Thatcher Gallery, the geometric styles and pared down, artsy pics are sure to get you into the spring swing of things. Be sure to snag a copy — on newsstands now — but first take a gander at this preview.
Photo: Courtesy of San Francisco Magazine/Claudia Goetzelmann
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