Sites Unseen: A San Francisco Art Installation (with Barry McGee)

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Artistic expression is not uncommon on the public walls around San Francisco (just take a stroll through the Mission neighborhood’s alleys to see what we mean). The latest set of alleys (and parking garage) to be transformed were the city’s Yerba Buena alleys, located downtown by many of San Francisco’s much talked about museums (e.g. SFMoMA) and busiest shopping areas. This public art installation has been called, Sites Unseen, in which the mural we shot was painted by local San Francisco artist Barry McGee. What a great backdrop his artwork was for our latest shoot.

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On Jess: floral skirt by Topshop // black knit top by H&M // statement necklace by J. Crew // black booties by Dolce Vita // denim jacket by Gap

On Em: blue sweater by Forever 21 // black skinny jeans by Urban Outfitters // booties by Report Shoes (Nordstrom) // velvet choker by AliExpress // druzy ring by Leslie Francesca

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Revamped Public Market Emeryville 

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For our first shoot, we decided to draw some inspiration from the newly renovated Public Market Emeryville. The food emporium features beautiful walls like the ones pictured below and of course a slew of delicious eats (e.g. Koja Kitchen, Shiba Ramen, Hot Italian).

On Jess: top and shoes by Madewell | belt by Gap | skirt by H&M | tote by Zara



On Em: statement necklace by Lulu’s | denim jacket and skirt by Forever 21 | t-shirt by American Giant | bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs | druzy ring by Leslie Francesca | bag by Rebecca Minkoff | booties by Dolce Vita

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