SF Buzz: Vogue's So-Off Report On Silicon Valley & More

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As the adage goes, news travels fast. And, in a city as socially connected as S.F., "fast" doesn't even cut it – try lightning speed. That's why us local editors work 'round the clock to keep our eyes on the prize and ears to the ground, to bring forth the buzziest and freshest headlines in and around our city. This week, from an adorable nursery tour to a stellar, dude holiday shop, here's everything you need to know.
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We like to smugly think that outsiders of the Bay just don’t get the way we roll over here, and British Vogue proved that sentiment with its questionable article on Silicon Valley, including the way the glossy framed our leading, tech female powerhouses. (Business Insider)
Apartment Therapy was recently welcomed into the abode of Chloe Fluery — you know, the gal who creates adorable paper art in her awesome studio — to peep her baby Lula’s bunny-embellished nursery. After scoping it out, you’ll totally regret ever entering adulthood. (Apartment Therapy)
In some head-scratching news, The Chronicle’s Food and Wine section seems to be reaching the end of its rope, according to The New York Times. What a bummer. In this food-centric city, we’re certainly taking some time to chew this factoid over. (The New York Times)
Style-obsessed Android users, you’re going to want to tap that app store icon. Sartorial shopping application Poshmark is now available to download on the platform, and…there goes your afternoon plans! (Poshmark)
Already scrambling to find your beau the perfect holiday pressie? No need to fuss: Fellow Barber has your dude duds at the ready with its spankin’-new “Footprint” shop, filled with home décor pieces, leather giftables, and outdoorsy gear. Get ready to see one happy fella come present-opening day. (Fellow Barber)
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