Archive for August, 2012


Posted on 20. Aug, 2012 by in Art, blog, Designers, Detroit, Fashion, SOMA


SAN FRANCISCO, CA – August 17, 2012 – SFFAMA announces San Francisco Fashion Week™ (SFFW12); a week of fashion events and technology workshops as only the San Francisco Bay Area can exhibit. The week long event series will take place from September 24, 2012-September 30, 2012. Workshops, cocktail events, styling presentations, boutique shopping and three nights of runway shows will bring the unique and stylish nature of San Francisco to the world. Runway shows feature Avant Garde, Ready to Wear, Men’s Fashion, Emerging Designers and the 5th Annual San Francisco Fashion Awards.

This year’s theme is the “United States of Fashion” celebrating the diversity and innovation of local international talents. Showcasing fashion and technology as partners in the growth of the industry, and our colleagues from Silicon Valley will present this year’s workshops. Innovation throughout the fashion industry vertical will be explored in the Future of Fashion Gameference™ presented by Innovation Management Institute. Fashion enthusiasts, boutique owners, buyers, bloggers, design heads and the well dressed “Fashionistas and Techies” will descend upon the City by the Bay. This city-wide event will feature multiple locations for seven days and nights of fashion celebrating San Francisco style.

For sponsorship opportunities, media relations, PR/publicity, ticket purchases, designer application please visit the website or email

What It’s Like Working In A CoWorking Space

Posted on 18. Aug, 2012 by in blog, Coworking, Developers, Internships, Japan, SOMA, Startups

It has been one month since I arrived here, the U.S. and three weeks since I started to work here at Citizen Space where I am working as an intern from Japan. When I heard about the concept of “CoWorking” I was really excited. “I’ve never heard like this idea in Japan!” Today, I would like to write how I feel in this office now about this new concept “CoWorking” from my point of view.


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