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Lord Wallington Bowties

Accessories

Tie One On

SD designer Immanuel Ontiveros is bringing back the bow tie! His brand Lord Wallington (named after his rescue pup, Wally)  specializes in making custom bow- and neckties to suit your color, size, and style needs. Select designs are also available at Vocabulary boutique in Little Italy and Urban Girl Accessories in Seaport Village.
—Kimberly Cunningham

 

New Arrivals

Tucci

Popular Solana Beach boutique Tucci recently opened a second location in Del Mar Highlands Town Center. Look for hot labels like Isabel Marant and 3.1 Phillip Lim.

 
Rip Curl by Hansen’s

Two beloved brands unite at the the new Rip Curl by Hansen’s store (right across the street from Swami’s surf break). Gotta love their best-selling wet suits and boardshorts.

 
Tommy Hilfiger

A Tommy Hilfiger store is set to open in early June at Fashion Valley. Keep an eye out for the Surf Shack capsule collection, with relaxed, beachy styles that are so San Diego.

 
 

Noteworthy

Odd Daughter Paper Co.

Odd Daughter Paper Co.

We’re loving this new line of letterpress note cards by local Katie Hart, who named the company after her mom’s middle-school moniker, Odd Daughter. Available at Pigment in North Park.

 

Interview

Sharon Olloqui"I’m trying to make the Oceanside ‘hood a little hipper and a little cooler. It’s a diamond in the rough."
—Sharon Olloqui

For the full interview with Sharon Olloqui, owner of Ensemble boutique, click here »

 

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