New RGB Shop + Gallery Caters To Color Fiends

Still craving rainbow hues post-Pride? You're in luck. New Cow Hollow boutique RGB Shop + Gallery, which just opened last week, is catering to the color-loving set with garments, accessories, and art-lined walls that are designed to pop! The brand-new store, on the corner of Fillmore and Union in the old Lia Kes space, is the brainchild of Faithy Leong, a woman with degrees in both fashion (from Parsons) and graphic design (from UCLA). Leong created the shop for design-minded ladies like herself who crave boldly printed pieces with intriguing graphic elements. When we visited the space last week we saw all sorts of wonderful Skittle-hued garments by the likes of Wren, Collective Concepts, Feral Childe, Amanda Uprichard, Ruby Belle, Suzabelle, and NYC-based jeweler Dream Collective. One of our favorite pieces (pictured below) was a crazy Murakami-ish print top by Bianca Coletti that we're totally fiending for. Take a look at more interior shots of the shop over at RGB's site, and make sure you stop in to add that instant pop of summer-happy color to your wardrobe. Trust us, it'll help you get through disgusting days like these.
RGB Shop + Gallery, 3024 Fillmore Street (at Union Street).

A peek inside of the RGB shop.
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