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Take A Tour Of Men's Shop Onassis Before Its Grand Opening Bash!

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    Shopping in this city is a breeze for us ladies, what with our seemingly endless shops to keep our closets stuffed with new threads. And, surprisingly, we can say the same goes for the gents! Well, now the fellas have another cooler-than-cool menswear haven to call their own. New York-based Onassis, which specializes in Western-inspired duds cut with Japanese techniques, has set up shop in The Westfield Shopping Center and marks the brand's first West Coast outpost.

    We’ve got a bevy of snaps of the rustic-cool 2,500 square-foot space that has been bordered with reclaimed-wood walls (soooo S.F.!). And after you’ve clicked through and start to yearn to see the store in the flesh, note that Onassis will be throwing a grand opening party this Thursday! Be there for a bash that will not only be full of dapper dudes and tasty libations (hello, singletons!), but is also dishing out 15% off goods all evening long. Deets below!

    When: Thursday, November 8, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
    Where: Onassis, 845 Market Street, Level 2 (between 4th and 5th streets); 415-281-8888.


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