We’ve partnered with our friends at Harrington Galleries to invite a few more of our favorite designers to showcase at our Mission Xchange on Sunday, Dec. 16 from 11am-6pm.
This is a great opportunity to shop & find some new gifts for family & friends.
Also enjoy Malaysian street food provided by mamakSF.
Here is the tentative list of vendors:
Urban FarmGirls – This San Francisco-based garden and landsacpe design company makes beautiful Pozzola pots and festive succulent wreaths. Any of their pieces would make a wonderful hostess gift!
Ryan DeBonville Knitwear – Joining Mission Xchange for a second time, Ryan DeBonville knits snoods, beanies, and scarves from cashmere, wool and silk
blends. All you need to keep warm in a mild San Francisco winter!
Curlew Candles – With bold, cheery graphic design reminiscent of pop art, these SF made candles have a singular look and style. Curlew uses only premium hypo-allergenic fragrance oils, custom blending multiple notes into unique, complex scents.
Tiny Splendor – The Tiny Splendor Traveling Gallery was born out of the desire to make fine art accessible through the creation of a portable venue. Tiny Splendor connects with local artists to acquire small artworks such as, handmade prints, artist books, patches, zines, and small drawings and paintings to sell on their behalf. 100% of the profits go back to the artists involved.
Motley Goods – Messenger bags hand made in San Francisco, built for the urban adventure. Designs born from the streets of San Francisco, every product is made by hand by us and built to last a lifetime. Motley Goods takes its inspiration from products that were built and used before the age of planned obsolescence.
WhileOdenSleeps Jewelery – While Odin Sleeps is a line of ethereal yet industrial jewelry ornamented with raw stones found everywhere from rock shops to the city’s streets. Raw and dark oxidized brass provide the backbone for my structural, often one-of-a-kind necklaces and earrings. While my collection is ever-evolving, I keep to my desire for asymmetrical balance and the contrast between man made geometry and mother nature’s purity.
Join us at Mission Xchange on December 16 from 11am-6pm at 599 Valencia