william good: goodwill's chic start-up in SF


(images via SF gate)

a eco-friendly scoop straight from the SF gate: SF designer nick graham (of joe boxer fame) and goodwill are aiming to make second-hand super stylish, by joining forces on a new recycled retail venture and fashion line called william good. said line is made entirely from items found in goodwill's discount bins (i.e., whatever hasn't sold after 30 days dwelling on goodwill's shop floor).
the design studio for the william good line is down in the mission district, and the first william good store will be here in san francisco, at fillmore and post.
{{an aside: hotdamn, i would LOVE to be doing that kind of work! william good, HIRE ME! hah.}}
the store opens november 15th, and the prices will be decidedly north of typical goodwill price points, in the range of $15 to $300. more information about the william good venture here.