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LOWER NOB HILL—New York City designer Bradley Rothenberg uses the Microsoft Kinect software to create custom fit 3D jewelry designs. Sounds cool, right? Well, you can learn how to do it too. Tonight, April 3rd, from 6pm to 8pm, Brit + Co is hosting a MakeShop, 550 Sutter Street, with Bradley (fresh off his recent stint working on the Victoria's Secret runway show) where you can shop the collection as well create your own custom jewelry. It's not too late to RSVP here. [Racked Inbox]
HAYES VALLEY—Dish Boutique is serving up some serious San Francisco style tonight at their shop, located at 541 Hayes Street. Two of SF's buzziest designers, Freda Salvador and The Podolls, will showcase their full spring lines this evening, April 3, from 5pm to 8pm. Stop by for giveaways, cocktails, and a chance to meet the woman (and guy!) behind the brands. [Racked Inbox]