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Fashion Tech Week 2013: Project San Francisco Runway Presentation (recap) on Twitter

Project SF FTW13 litjacket

Fashion Tech Week 2013: Project San Francisco Runway Presentation (recap) on Twitter. Fashion Tech Week 2013 Project San Francisco Runway Presentation (recap) on Twitter – Charles Henry Co.’s auto body garage is venue for Project San Francisco deconstructed future fashion and wearable technology designs -http://lnkd.in/M323Fy DEFINE Wines V. 2011 Exotic Rosé – Napa Valley Syrah meets Red Hills Grenache – presented by Napa Valley’s youngest rising start-up star David James - http://vimeo.com/50363332
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LookMazing Beta Launch Party at Banana Republic

LookMazing Beta Launch Party at Banana Republic

LookMazing Beta Launch Party at Banana Republic. LookMazing, Inc. is a fashion and beauty social network for individuals to showcase their personal style through photo ‘looks’ that can be easily shopped and shared. By ‘admiring’ fellow members of the site, users can browse through each other’s lookbook, wishlist, and virtual wardrobe to discover new ways to style products and gain fashion advice from friends.

Stylet.ag Product Presentation

Stylet.ag App

StyleT.ag has launched an engagement platform for web and the StyleTag mobile fashion app specifically for professional content users.

Retail Mixer: The New User Experience of Shopping at PariSoma

Retail Mixer - The New User Experience of Shopping.

Retail Mixer – The New User Experience of Shopping. Featuring: IQEngines, Aisle411, Goodzer, ModoPayment, Eliott Hedman, Rena Tom, Perkville, Amara, Micello, Produk.me, Fiverun, Perch. PARISOMA is a space where ideas meet execution. They cultivate an experimental environment through coworking, event & education.

Here’s the awesome VentureBeat party that you couldn’t get into last night

Interesting Startups at StartupMonthly

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(Source: Pop17/ Photos by: Owen Geronimo)

San Francisco remains the main destination for startups, so there are a lot of events held which help bring the startup community together, one of them was the StartupMonthly Party which took place at One Ferry Plaza on October 19th. The venue was pretty big and filled with interesting people, such as entrepreneurs, investors and professionals with interesting startup ideas, which I will review in this article.

When arriving I was surprised how casual everyone was, very approachable and communicative, so talking to people there did not feel awkward. People were professional, yet not too corporate, which made it actually interesting and informative, some were even showing off their moves on the dance floor, but that is a different story.

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