Event | May 26, 2013
A writer takes cues from a 13-year-old fashionista while viewing CCA's annual fashion show. By Erika Milvy
Fashion/Design | Oct 30, 2012
Tung produces bags, hats, scarves, wedding gowns, party dresses, and evening separates. With every piece, his intention is to "enhance a woman's natural beauty." By Monica Laufer
Fashion/Design | Sep 30, 2012
We have compiled a selection of five NYFW trends, scoured the Internet and found pieces that will keep your closet up-to-date without relieving you of too much cash. By Monica Laufer
Fashion/Design | Aug 18, 2012
Put on your walking shoes and be ready to dig. Two pieces of advice from KQED's treasure hunt through the Bay Area's best antique stores. By Monica Laufer
Fashion/Design | Jun 30, 2012
We interviewed Natalie Nadimi of Oaklandish and got a behind-the–scenes look at what the local T-shirt company is all about. By Zoe Vice
Pop Culture | Jun 23, 2012
Inducing Summer in San Francisco: How to Bring the Season to Your Wardrobe With or Without the Sunshine
How to look cool but not get cold, while remaining stylishly prepared for any kind of weather the San Francisco summer has to offer. By Monica Laufer
Fashion/Design | May 30, 2012
A slideshow of San Francisco street fashions for summer. By Zoe Vice
Fashion/Design | May 19, 2012
31Rax's Stephanie Madrinan is "always on the lookout for what's going to make people pop." By Monica Laufer
Fashion/Design | May 16, 2012
Great sculptural jackets, bold color combinations, crochet sweater knits, intricate shoulder details, layering and unexpected back details for both men and women inhabited a space between the avante garde and the marketplace. By Zoe Vice
Fashion/Design | May 12, 2012
Many designers were inspired by nature and incorporated natural fibers, dyes and sustainability into their collections. By Zoe Vice
Plans for man-made islands — designed by Rice University architecture students — have attracted the attention of one of the world's largest oil companies as a way to house way-offshore oil workers.
Remember the Sears kit houses from the early 1900s, ordered from a catalog and assembled on-site? Now, online designers around the world are building WikiHouses out of plywood pieces that fit together like a puzzle. No nails, no fasteners, no adhesives. Just slot-together joints and the Internet.
Can having less stuff, in less room, lead to more happiness? Writer Graham Hill makes the case for taking up less space.
In an effort to save a tiny 1920s Sears kit house from demolition, architects are offering it free to anyone who can move it to another property. Current owners of the Arlington, Va., plot want to build a bigger home where the kit house stands.
Also on KQED.org this week ...
Women's History Month
KQED proudly celebrates the richness and diversity of the greater San Francisco Bay Area by commemorating Women's History Month.
Where's the Rain?
KQED covers news about California's drought, offers water-saving tips, and more.