S.F. Buzz: A New Hermes Store & More

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Are you thanking your lucky stars the weekend is finally upon us? We’re in the same boat, but before we kick it into Saturday mode, we’re going to relish in some of the best headlines of the week. From Bruce Willis at Ame to Jack Spade forging ahead, brush up on the best newsworthy bites that went down.
Looking to star gaze in S.F.? Seems like Ame is the place to go — first John Stamos and Bob Saget, and now Bruce Willis? The actor was seen dining at the hotpot recently and rumor has it he walked away extremely happy. (Tablehopper)
In a vote that certainly left many Mission dwellers disgruntled, the Jack Spade construction is moving forward. Despite locals’ efforts to stop the Liz Claiborne-owned shop, for now, the store seems to be happening. (SFist)
Twitter co-founder Evan Williams sold his palatial Noe Valley pad for $20k over the asking price — at a cool $3.2 million. Wowza! (Curbed SF)
Break out the credit cards, Hermes is eyeing a second location in the Bay. The Union Square shopping scene is getting more major by the minute. (WWD)
The gals over at Fashionista gave Google Glass a whirl and had some interesting commentary on everyone's burning question: What’s the point of these things? (Fashionista)

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