The movie Lady Bird brought a lot of attention to Sacramento. Soon after its release last fall, California's capital was written up as a travel destination in the Washington Post, the San Francisco Chronicle and the New York Times. So now that the spotlight is on us, have we arrived as a destination and place to visit/live/exist?
Listen to some of Sacramento's taste-makers and trend-setters talking about Sacramento Style. What is it? When you think of Sacramento fashion, decor, architecture, what do you see in how we dress, decorate and live? How do we compare and contrast to San Francisco, Los Angeles, the rest of California? Do we have a signature style yet, or are we still coming into our own?
* Ryan M. Brough, co-owner of Sacramento Fashion Week and owner of Ethos Event Planning
* Maritza Davis, co-founder of the marketing agency Unseen Heroes and the retail concepts Damas and Display: California
* Jake Favour, conceptual designer and project curator who has shaped the look and feel of many Sacramento hotspots, such as Lowbrau and the Public Market at Warehouse Artist Lofts
* Anthony Giannotti, owner of Anthony's Barbershop and Bottle and Barlow, and co-owner of the new Bastille Barbers in Oak Park
* Josie Lee, owner of Rire Boutique, which has two locations in Sacramento
* Phoebe Verkouw, one of Sacramento's best-dressed-on-a-budget fashionistas who runs the Dress Fiend blog and Fabulous Thrift Tour