Look Out: Mini Market Sets Up Shop in San Francisco

In San Francisco's Downtown neighborhood, this weekend served as the launch for month-long exhibition, Mini Market. Jessica Silverman and Carolina Amaris of Silverman Gallery/Look Boutique fame paired up with Philip Wood of CITIZEN:Citizen—plus many other contributing artists from Berlin, Los Angeles, New York. and more—to create a boutique exhibition bringing "the art of shopping and shopping for art under one roof," in their Sutter Street shop.

The party was packed with fashion experts, including the boys of menswear favorite Nice Collective, Brandon Scott of menswear line B.Son, ex-pro-skateboarder Keith Hufnagel of cult streetwear label Huf, and the ladies of Nasty Gal Vintage.
Bi-coastal artist Junior—also known as Surface magazine publisher Riley John-Donnell— and LA-based Alexander Kroll also attended the show in which they both contributed artwork (and Riley was seen purchasing a sweet sweatshirt from Berlin label Starstyling).
If you didn't have a chance to catch this shindig, look forward to their screening of the 1982 sci-fi film Liquid Sky for some humor, high fashion and UFO's on August 15. If you can't make that, no worries—the shop will host three more events in honor of the exhibition throughout the month of August.
Photos by Philip Nguyen.
Silverman Gallery/Look Boutique, 804 Sutter Street, 415-255-9508; www.look-boutique.com.
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