S.F. Buzz: Faris' New Collection, Desk Makeovers, & 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 we local editors work around 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. From a juice-cleanse experiment to the exciting openings of a few new workout spots, here's everything you need to know this week.
One of our favorite jewelry designers (who moved to Seattle) is back at it again with a new lookbook. Be sure to peep her new collection and images inspired by icon Louise Nevelson and mosey by Voyager — she is having a pop-up there until July 31. (FARIS)
Speaking of pop-ups Half Hitch Goods, Emily Proud, and Metier will all move into the Birch spot in Hayes Valley for the month of July. Don't miss it! (Half Hitch Goods)
Two New York Times writers bid S.F. buh-bye but it seemed may have gotten their farewell letter all sorts of wrong. SFist has a bone to pick about the tech-drenched prose, and it's not pretty. (SFist)
Yours truly got a desk makeover thanks to photo-printing app Madesquare. If you're on the hunt for an office revamp, peep these tips. (Madesquare)
Emma Robertson and Tamar Wider teamed up for this behind-the-scenes video on Wider's latest line, Camp. The video is adorably quirky and addicting. We dare you not to want to take an outdoor adventure after watching this. (Emmadime)
Amour Vert's shiny new Hayes Valley store is now open! Take a peek at the cool space and get your wallets ready. (Racked SF)
See how one New York Times writer explored San Francisco in search of the perplexing and ambiguous, noir. He teetered around the Tenderloin, North Beach, and beyond and the results are these dark, enigmatic pics and tales. (New York Times)

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