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After a five-year hiatus, casual clothing and active-wear line SF City Lights is back with a fabric that sounds miraculously soft. It's called Butterknit and we can wait to feel it.
All of the clothing is made in San Francisco, and the fabrics are even knit here. One of the original designers, Anna Woloshko, is spearheading the brand's return. Pieces include lounge pants, hoodies, sweatshirts, cardigans, and tees that go beyond basics with interesting cutouts and lace detailing. Shop the new collection at the website, or find SF City Lights at stores across the Bay including Li Yang Glory on College Avenue in Berkeley; Fig Garden in San Anselmo; In the Mix Boutique in Vacaville; and Time Out in Los Gatos.
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