We look forward to outfitting both locals and visitors looking for San Francisco-inspired fashion at a great price point
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 04, 2015
Jamestown, L.P., a leading national real estate investment firm and the owner and operator of Ghirardelli Square, announced today San Francisco based women’s lifestyle brand, Les Méchantes (“naughty girls”), as the newest addition to join the Square’s carefully-curated roster of tenants. Les Méchantes recently opened its first physical boutique in the Square’s Lower Plaza providing shoppers access to its collection of local designers and the LM private label, produced locally from remnant fabrics.
Co-founders Ashley Arabian, local style blogger Kathleen Ensign of Katwalk SF, and Delores Arabian of the Vignette Design blog are debuting their new summer collection of caftans all inspired by Elisabeth Taylor and designed and produced in San Francisco. The boutique also carries a variety of popular San Francisco designers including: San Franpsycho, Salty Fox, Weston, Future Glory, Ziesche, Waffles and Honey, Mijo and Bambi, Reclamation Etchworks, and Capital Eyewear.
“We look forward to outfitting both locals and visitors looking for San Francisco-inspired fashion at a great price point,” said Ashley Arabian, co-founder of Les Méchantes. “As a former pop-up brand, we are excited to invite local up-and-coming designers to showcase their merchandise at our Ghirardelli Square boutique.”
For more information browse the online store at http://www.lesmechantes.com/ and visit Facebook to share your answer to #howdoyougetnaughty. Located at 900 North Point Suite E101, Les Méchantes is open Monday – Sunday from 11 am – 6 pm.
About Les Méchantes:
Based in San Francisco, Les Méchantes is a carefully curated collection of women's wear and lifestyle goods with the utmost quality and practical price points. LM supports local designers and makes a point to carry a handful of small brands from home. As designers themselves, the LM private label is designed and produced in San Francisco from remnant fabrics sourced locally. For more information visit http://www.lesmechantes.com/.
About Ghirardelli Square:
National real estate investor and manager, Jamestown, L.P., purchased Ghirardelli Square in 2013 and has since been working to restore local significance to the historic global destination and strengthen its neighborhood influence in San Francisco. Jonathan Waxman’s restaurant concept serves as an anchor to the space which includes more than 20 tenants purveying everything from local coffee and art to Northern California wine and French baked delicacies. The Square is also an epicenter for annual community and national events such as the Uncorked Wine Festival, Ghirardelli Chocolate Festival and the Tree Lighting Ceremony. Purchased by Domingo Ghirardelli in 1893, the Square was built to headquarter the original Ghirardelli Chocolate Company. In 1982, the Square was added to the National Historic Register. For more information visit http://www.ghirardellisq.com/.