S.F. Buzz: The Bay's New It Bag, Startup Style, & 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.
Alite Designs' ultra-chic bike-to-beach messenger bag gets the Gravel & Gold treatment. With a customized panda print and veg-tanned leather, it's 100% made in the city. We're going to go ahead and call it: This is the next S.F. It bag. (Alite Designs)
Who knew "startup guy" fashion was a thing? Well, according to Banana Republic, it is. And, it was inspired by none other than, um...our tech guys article. We'll take it! (Venture Beat)
Berkeley shop James Rowland has moved on from crafting clutches to shoes. And, as you might imagine, they're every bit as desirable as the standout pieces that pepper the shop. (James Rowland Shop)
Got pancakes on the brain this morning? Peep this list and prepare to have the best day ever. (Eater SF)
Drumroll....Tamar Wider's Gold Rush-inspired collection is here! (Camp)

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