Jeffrey Campbell fiends, listen up! The mega-popular shoe brand has a super-green (and super-local) shipment coming to the Bay this fall! L.A.-based Campbell has teamed up with Randy Brewer, owner of Berkeley's eco-boutique Convert, for an earth-friendly collection that will only be available at the Bay Area boutique! Mark your calendars for September, when the all-vegan, all-sustainable line hits Convert with five new styles, including a Vita (a vegan Lita!); a towering, cut-out heel named "Rockin'"; a woven, lace-up wedge; and two styles of ballet flats. Get a glimpse of the shoes, some of which are made of dead-stock material, in the our slideshow. And while the images aren't top quality, we think you get the point! Again, the $104 to $159 collection will officially touch down in Berkeley in less than two months. Who's excited?
S.F.'s Best Cheap-Eats Spots (& What To Order)
We don’t know about you, but we’re not sure we can handle another "S.F. is the most expensive city in the world" headline. We get it — San Francisco