The Golden Gate Bridge and the new SFMOMA aside, design hasn’t traditionally been among San Francisco’s strongholds. San Francisco Fog Design + Art is changing all that, however. In the six years since its inception, the little design fair that could has turned San Francisco into a design hotbed. With the anticipation already mounting for this year’s fair, we aimed to get a sneak peek by asking attending DECASO dealers what they have planned for this year’s event. From Almond & Co.’s exclusively female exhibit to R & Company’s decor-art mashup, this is your insider’s preview to everything happening at San Francisco Fog Design + Art 2019.
Ringing in 2019 means being on the cusp of a new decade and bracing for the wave of innovation that follows. If 2018 was any indication; however, the tides are already churning in the design world. To shine a light on what we can expect design-wise in 2019, we quizzed DECASO president Kendra Frisbie about what hot-button trends she’s loving for the months ahead. From a renewed focus on serene shapes and tactile fabrics to a focus on all things female, these are the trends that will be shaking things up in 2019.
Looking for a wow factor? Go custom.
Here at DECASO we’ve vetted a group of the most talented and boundary-pushing makers and artists to create a delightful assortment of made-to-order finds. From custom finishes applied to iconic silhouettes to the wildly imaginative and perfectly functional–you’re sure to find something to suit and satisfy the most discerning eye. Here, meet eight of our bespoke designers who are ready to dream up something one-of-a-kind just for you.
Editors may have declared animal print back ‘in’ at the culmination of this year’s Autumn/Winter Fashion week (thanks to a bevy of feline-forward frocks sent down the runway by designers ranging from Givenchy to Calvin Klein), but that begs the questions: did animal print every really go out?