Fall is a season of must-dos. From pie baking to pre-holiday silver polishing, there’s no excess of space in the datebook. So forgive us for adding just one more event? Running from October 11th to 14th, at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center is the San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show. Deemed “utter magic” by interior designer Bunny Williams and hailed by San Francisco itself as the “highlight of the San Francisco social season,” the San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show earns our vote for can’t-miss fall event.
It’s hard to believe that Jay Jeffers ever considered himself anything but a designer. After all, he has a sought-after firm, a successful design store, and Rizzoli coffee table book—Jay Jeffers: Collected Cool—which all attest to his design mastery. So to learn that Jeffers’s first career was actually in fashion advertising comes as something of a shock, and not without a twinge of panic—as in, did the world almost miss out on the design of Jay Jeffers?
With its unique platform dedicated to both design and fine art, SF Fog Design + Art is known for criss-crossing the art and design wires. The fair’s mixer-like atmosphere served as DECASO’s inspiration when throwing an event at this year’s show; an intimate breakfast at Fort Mason’s beloved Greens Restaurant that brought together dealers, artists, and local interior designers.