Green boutiques are not lacking in the city by the bay and Christine Kay, owner of Ladita is quite aware. Winner of the Best Of The Bay Area award and recently featured in the September issue of Lucky mag, their mission is to offer the latest eco brands and limited-editions. They’re stocked with coveted labels like Del Forte denim, Toggery, Covet, Stewart+Brown and James Jeans amongst others. You’ll also find a selection of handmade and/or recycled jewelry and even eco-duds for baby.
95% of all shop furniture and displays are recycled, mostly vintage and antique, all hangers are bamboo and the entire shop was painted with VOC free paint.
If you’re anywhere near Bernal Heights, stop by Ladita this Thursday for:
Organic Wine Tasting + Fall Fashion Sneak Peak + Sale
Music, hors d’oeuvres, wine and 10% off all purchases will be served from 6-9 pm PST on August 14, 2008 at 827 Cortland Avenue (between Gates and Ellsworth). Call the shop at (415) 648-4397 for more info.
Wondering what “Ladita” means? It’s the combination of Christine Kay’s (shop owner) two grandmothers’ names.
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