Fashion, Rum & Whiskey Friday at D-Structure | Lower Haight
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DSF Clothing Company & Art Gallery | 520 Haight St., San Francisco, CA
Come get your rum on this Friday with DSF Clothing Company and Charlie Noble.
They’ll be hosting a trunk show for Charlie Noble’s newest release. Expect good rum and whiskey drinks along side a chance to get the new line before its released.
RSVP for a free raffle ticket to win a free shirt from the Summer Line.
Charlie Noble is named for a ship captain in the 19th century. He was famous for making his crew polish the galley smokestack on the ship because it was made out of copper. Either he was meticulous about keeping a clean ship, probably to the point of having OCD, or he was a tyrant for making the crew keep a smokestack clean. With little else known about him, his true character is up for discussion, but we like his attention to detail and this is the essence of Charlie Noble.
A former sailor, Mike was raised in the Central Coast of California and is now a 10 year veteran of the East Bay Area.
Also a seasoned sailor, Jimmynude is currently homeported in Washington, D.C. though is rarely home. Having spent 5 of his last 8 years at sea, few people his age can appreciate the ocean for what it is, a seemingly endless source fortune and peril. A native of El Paso, TX, his art has been published in the (now defunct) El Paso Tribune, various East Bay advertisements, and in the former Que Lastima Clothing Company. Since 1996 he has lived in Texas, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Seattle, Oakland, Alaska, and Oregon.