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HAYES VALLEY—Tomorrow, Saturday, May 17, Hayes Valley boutique Rand + Statler is hosting a trunk show for Lauren Wolf Jewelry. Stop by for a glass of champagne, check out the summer 2014 collection, and get 15% off your Lauren Wolf purchase. [Racked Inbox]

MARINA—Georgette Crimson is hosting a pre-season pop up tomorrow, Saturday, May 17 from 11am to 5pm at the Sotheby's Teed Haze Lifestyle Store (1934 Union Street). Customers can pre-order pieces from the fall 2014 collection. And the new line's designer, Tina Reith, will also be on hand with her spring/summer 2014 collection, so you can buy now, wear now. Champagne will be served! [Racked Inbox]

PRESIDIO HEIGHTS—Today until 6:30pm and tomorrow, Saturday May 17 from 10:30am until 6pm, Luna Boutique at 3490 Sacramento Street is hosting a summer trunk show featuring AG denim and Frank & Eileen. Stop by for refreshments and get that closet ready for the upcoming season. [Racked Inbox]

SAN FRANCISCO—Look for sidewalk sales being held across the city tomorrow in honor of Small Business Week. Retail corridors in Upper Haight, Noe Valley, Hayes Street, Mission Creek and many more neighborhoods will be participating. See all the 'hoods and more details here. [Hoodline]

INNER RICHMOND—Helper's House of Couture, Joy Bianchi's stunning collection of vintage clothing (it really does take up the entire house) is hosting a shopping event this Sunday, May 18, from 9:30am to 4pm. The event, which will be held at 2608 Fulton Street, will feature incredible vintage duds, and all proceeds will go to benefit the developmentally disabled. [Racked Inbox]—Darcy Boynton

Sotheby's Teed Haze Lifestyle Store

1934 Union Street, San Francisco, CA