ISSUE 49  |  Utilitarian Glamour

Remodelista SF Market Spotlight: Anaïse

December 12, 2014 6:00 PM

BY Sarah Lonsdale

Who: For those of you–make that us–who love under-the-radar fashion, Rene Friedrich of Bay Area–based online store Anaí¯se has been quietly gathering a band of devotees.

What: Cult fashion mixed with jewelry and lifestyle goods that feature hard-to-find, under-the-radar brands. 

Insider Scoop: Anaí¯se will be featuring goods from two Remodelista favorites: tableware from French ceramicist Cécile Daladier and boiled wool runners from A Détacher in NYC.

Above L: A Siri Siri Kiriko Ring made of sculpted glass; $439. Above R: A Sylvain Le Hen Ponytail Barrette in silver; $64.

Above L: Maison de Vacances Vice Versa Throw of washed linen made in France; $294. Above R: Auntie Oti Quilted Throw from India; $436.

Above L: Tin Bag of leather and wood, crafted by hand in Japan, from Eatable of Many Orders; $345. Above R: Jasmin Shokrian’s Canvas Compass Bag; $298.

Above L: Reinhard Plank’s felted wool Laila Hat, made in Italy. Above R: The Gentlewoman Magazine; $14.99.

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