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Calling all fashion-forward hunks! We're dishing out some intel you need to know. Former Nob Hill shop Department Seventeen (noted for its modern contemporary zing), has packed up and moved over to the more shopper-friendly streets of Hayes Valley.
Want to see what the new space looks like? You have two options. First: Click through our slideshow of the brand-spankin'-new boutique after the jump. Then, head over to the property at 78 Gough Street tonight, Friday, February 11, when the shop's owners are throwing open the doors for the first time ever, from 7 to 10 p.m.
Expect beats by BelTRON, SkeleDan, and Danimals, in addition to a first look at the boutique's month-long vintage pop-up shop by Joy Fan. Can't wait until then? Get a guided virtual tour from D17's Daniel Lee, after the jump.
Photographed by Christine Ting
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