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High Style On Display In More Ways Than One At SF’s Legion of Honor

The most fashionable place to be in San Francisco this week has been the Legion of Honor. On March 11, an exclusive black tie dinner was held for the major donors and sponsors of High Style: The Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection. The following evening, a bevy of stylish San Franciscans flocked to the museum for a private opening reception and preview of the exhibit, which opens to the public on March 14 and runs through July 19, 2015.

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide: Accessories She’ll Love

When given the choice, it’s safe to say that most women would choose rose gold over roses any day. And to that end, we’ve created the ultimate Valentine’s Day gift guide for diamonds and accessories she’ll adore. We’ve included local varieties like rubies by Loren Jewels, precious stones by Joanne Stone and exotic skin handbags by Miami-born brand, Hunting Season. Here’s what’s on our top ten wish list.

Haute Living’s Luxury Valentine’s Gifts for Her

Valentine’s day is the time to pull out all the stops. Haute Living compiled a grouping of exclusive trinkets, that will have her swoon with delight. Goodies she would never dare to by for herself! From a Bulgari ruby heart ring to rarified French handbags, she will know you’ve gone the extra mile to find that special luxury that makes you a one of kind guy.

6 Tips for How to Buy Jewelry for Valentine’s Day from Adam Neeley

Because roses only last so long and chocolate goes from the lips to the hips, the Valentine’s Day gift you really want to give, or receive, is jewelry. Buying jewelry for another person can be tricky though. Therefore, we called on California-based jewelry designer Adam Neeley to answer our questions (and probably yours too) on how to buy jewelry in regards to the hautest trends, the length of a relationship and the person’s size (does size matter???) and what to avoid altogether.

McTeigue and McClelland Berkshire’s Jewelers

It seems counter-intuitive to sell jewelry with exceptional stones and precious metals in a shop in the Berkshires but that is just what the the jewelry team of McTeigue and McClelland have done for over 18 years. Recently they expanded their selling space and workshop to a iconic 1850’s landmarked building in the town of Great Barrington Massachusets, set against the rolling hills. The upgraded space is sure to bring in more clients in search of bespoke pieces with understated elegance while also enjoying a weekend of fine food, a bit of culture and some R+R.