San Francisco Clothing:
Because Fashions Change, Classics Evolve
For over fifty years, San Francisco Clothing in New York City was known for its unique collection of women's wear. Entering the 975 Lexington Avenue store was like going into an old-world emporium. Each piece was laced with the romance of history.
Between mellow oak display cases filled with accessories and stacks of antique hatboxes, customers found an evolving collection of timeless classics. From carefully crafted shirtings and effortless linens to taffeta jackets that evoked old Hollywood glamour and authentic Loden coats, each piece was selected for quality, style, and durability.
Much of San Francisco's clothing was inspired by the hearty and functional appeal of work wear from the turn of the century. Immersed in and inspired by art and history, designer-owners Howard and Mindy Partman sought to modernize for fit and function, color and fabrication.
Ever thinking about the customer, the Partmans strove to produce easy to wear, functional, and comfortable pieces that allow you to shine through, look and feel great.
San Francisco Clothing was proud to manufacture the majority of its clothing in New York City.