Haute Living Magazine, partnering with Hublot, the preferred watch brand of Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob, and Zacapa rum, celebrated the charitable champion and his November/December 2015 cover of Haute Living San Francisco’s inaugural philanthropy issue with a VIP dinner attended by his fianceé Nicole Curran, who runs the Warriors Community Foundation, Warriors’ minority owners and executives, Willie Brown and Haute Living Style Editor-at-Large Sonya Molodetskaya, players in the tech industry—and the Warriors’ NBA trophy—at EPIC Steak on Nov. 16.
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Perhaps you go for the spectacular 360° views. Maybe you like the old-school, nostalgic ambience that evokes the glamour of an earlier time. Whatever your reason for favoring the Top of the Mark, the 19th floor rooftop lounge at the venerable InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco, there are now 12 more justifications for taking a stroll up Nob Hill.
Really, there were films shown at the 5th anniversary of the Napa Valley Film Festival, which took place Nov. 11-15 in Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga. If you were in the Valley for the festivities like we were, we understand if you got sidetracked from the main purpose of this event which has grown exponentially in its five years. Heck, there was a lot going on—and the celebs loved every minute of it! Two-time Academy Award nominee John Travolta summed up his visit quite well at the world premiere of his new movie “Life On the Line” when he said the Napa Valley is “beautiful and delicious.”
It’s going to be a spectacular weekend here in Boston.
It’s been awhile since we first let you know that Jean-Charles Boisset, the flamboyant Frenchman with wineries in Napa, Sonoma and France, was bringing wine country to Nob Hill with the JCB Lounge inside The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco. Now open, this haute spot is where you definitely want to pop in when you feel like going wine tasting but don’t want to fight the traffic or you’re simply looking for a luxurious and intimate place to sip during the day or before dinner.
Who can forgot how dazzling Colin Kaepernick looked on the cover of our Sept/Oct 2014 issue wearing a tuxedo and Hublot’s Big Bang Steel Pave on his right wrist? It’s no wonder the San Francisco 49er quarterback is now part of the Hublot family. The Swiss watchmaker welcomed their newest friend with an exclusive dinner at Kokkari Estiatorio on Nov. 10 and, of course, Haute Living was on the scene.
Sessions, the newest restaurant offering in San Francisco’s bucolic Presidio, is a crafter’s dream. Craft beer, craft cocktails, and craft cuisine are served amidst a handcrafted interior by Lundberg Design, the center of which is a large bar tailored to become the sort of place where everybody knows your name.
LUMINA by Tishman Speyer, the 656-unit luxury condominium residences under construction at Main and Folsom in San Francisco, just doesn’t stop. It’s not enough that its residents are offered amenities such as a pet grooming station, a music practice room, a 7,000-square foot center fitness center with yes, a rock climbing wall, a 2,000 square foot spa, a screening room, a rooftop terrace, a private dining room and, well, we could go on but think you get the picture. Now comes a just-announced perk from the city’s largest luxury condominium project: a set of haute wheels through Audi at home, a premium vehicle sharing initiative that provides residences of select properties a new way to experience the Audi brand.
The world’s first-ever flying car is underway.
Celebrated American luxury fashion house St. John brought a gorgeous collection of effortless, alluring and refined clothing to San Francisco. St. John, known as the “accomplice to accomplishment,” presented their Resort 2016 Collection to benefit Fashion Fights Arthritis at the Fairmont San Francisco.