Story by Rachel Schwartzmann – Photos by Melissa de Mata for The Style Line
As we’ve seen in our recent stories, San Francisco is the birthplace of innovation.
*THIS STORY WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN December 2015 AND REFLECTS UPDATED CHANGES TO THE LAYOUT AND INTRODUCTION
Hi, I’m Victor Verdugo
and I’m a writer from the San Francisco Bay Area. I’m a very visual person so I love traveling to beautiful destinations in or out of the city. I’m also a very social person so I’m always craving social interaction. I love sharing experiences and intimate moments with the most important people in my life, so I’m always inviting my friends to try out new things or places with me.
Walk us through your ideal San Francisco day from start to finish.
How would you characterize the San Francisco menswear scene and how has it shaped your approach to personal style?
How has living in a city taught you to celebrate personal style?
What is one question you wish people asked you more often?
What is one thing you always find yourself discussing amongst fellow shop-owners and San Francisco small business owners?
The Style Line was built on the premise of discovery, exploration, and transit. With this in mind, if what is your “the style line” in your wardrobe?
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Address: 411 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA
Shop Victor’s Look: Oak and Fort jacket (Similar, $168) Adidas Yeezy Season 1 sweater $2,600, Madewell Jeans $125, Vintage boots
How would you characterize the collective personal style of San Francisco dwellers and what is one thing you’d like to see change?
Address: 301 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Address: 1 Sausalito – San Francisco Ferry Bldg, San Francisco, CA 94111
Shop Victor’s Look: ZARA jacket $69, GAP sweater $54.95, Madewell Jeans $125, J.Crew boots (Similar, $571)