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Find your Turkish shoe fix in the Mission this weekend
For all of you lamenting the lack of Turkish footwear options in the city, Sabah founder Mickey Ashmore has heard your pleas. The finance-dude-turned-shoe entrepreneur will be in San Francisco this weekend with his line for two days only.
On Friday, April 10th and Saturday, April 11th, stop by Small Trade Company (550 Florida Street, Suite D), to mingle, imbibe, and shop for Sabahs. The hand-stitched shoes will be available in a range of colors and ready to take you through your next vacation. The gathering runs from 6–9pm on Friday and 1–5pm on Saturday.
The event is open to the public, but you need to RSVP before you barge in and demand a drink. Because manners.