Shop

jewelry

FASHION EVENT + TRUNK SHOW 5.27.15

Fashion Event and Trunk Show May 27th, 2015
Join Atelier Prélude, Livelovemoda, and Sasha maks vintage in partnership with Atelier Emmanuel
for a Spring Fashion Event + Trunk Show custom tailored for all fashion lovers.Wednesday, May 27th
6:30-9:30pm
Drake SF
508 4th Street, San Francisco, CA 9417
RSVP: www.dvshowcase.eventbrite.com
#DVshowcase
LIGHTS, CAMERA, FASHION!
MINGLE and take pics with models showcasing the latest fashion and jewelry from our collections in swanky Drake SF lounge and bar
SHOP three highly curated collections to suit your spring and summer style whether sexy, chic, or playful
ENJOY goody bags from Beauty Company + Salon and Ziesche Modern Apothecary – all natural bath and body products made with love in San Francisco.
> Indulge your love for statement boho necklaces, graphic chokers, and chandelier earrings! Sasha Maks Vintage costume jewelry will mix and match with everything in your closet
> Atelier Prélude offers 100% natural bath, beauty & fashion essentials made in France
> Get your wardrobe vacation ready with trendy, affordable dresses in bold colors and prints from LiveLoveModaWe cannot wait to see you for a sartorially spectacular event!www.sashamaksvintage.com
www.livelovemoda.com
www.atelierpelude.com
www.atelieremmanuel.com
www.ziescheusa.com
www.beautycompanysf.com

0 comments on this article

SASHA MAKS VINTAGE SPRING POP UP

Sasha Maks Vintage Spring Pop Up

Join us for chic Spring Style Event
Hosted by Closet 1951!

Step into the new season with bold must-have vintage costume jewels by Dior, Kenneth Lane, and Givenchy.

Turn heads in luxe boho earrings, make an impression in a on-trend graphic choker.
Sasha Maks Vintage offers the perfect baubles for every occasion.

RSVP: here

Closet 1951
1951 Union Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

Discover one the best designer consignment boutiques in SF. Shop luxury and designer consignment by such brands as Chanel, Valentino, Gucci, Theory, DVF, and
Alice + Olivia.

Bubbly + bites

Join an Instagram contest at the event and win!

1.Follow Sasha Maks Vintage, Closet1951, Beauty Company and Ziesche Modern Apothecary on Instagram.
2.Take a picture at the event
3.Upload the picture using the hashtags #sashmaksvintage #closet1951 #beautycompanysf  #ziesche
4. We will review the entries and choose 3 winners based on originality and photo quality

Four winners will receive a 1hr Styled by Sasha Maks personal styling session (valued at $135), or $100 gift certificate from Closet 1951, or a month  of unlimited Airbrush Tanning from Beauty Company (valued at $170),  or a gift basket from Ziesche Modern Apothecary (Bath & Body wash, Lotion and Scrub valued at $70).

RSVP: bit.ly/jewelrypop.up

www.closet19151.com
www.styledbysashamaks.com
www.beautycompanysf.com
www.ziescheusa.com

0 comments on this article

VINTAGE BAUBLES VALENTINE’S GIFT GUIDE AND SALE

Valentine's Day Gift Guide and Sale
This year I asked two fashion-centric girlfriends and bloggers to share there picks for a Valentine’s day gift guide. Maria of Glamourist is feeling naughty and her picks generate some serious sex appeal. Priya of Pri Fixe takes us away on an exotic jaunt around the world filled with love.
Peruse our top picks of jewels fit for a romantic date or a fun night on the town with your single besties. And use code LUV20 to enjoy 20%  off thru Feb.13th.

This year my criteria for selecting pieces for a V-day are that they must be indulgent, striking, and swoonworthy! If you loved ones are not catching on to your clues, then by all means treat yourself and show off your superior taste by picking out unique vintage bijou for Valentine’s day.
XO Sasha

Sasha Maks Vintage Rhinestone Panther Bracelet

Pair a luxe bauble with a minimalist dress for the ultimate juxtaposition.
See how I styled this piece with San Francisco’s emerging designer’s, Scarlet Smith’s, sculptural dress for INSPIRARE magazine.
GLAM PAVE PANTHER BRACELET $165

Rhnestone drop earringsShow these colorful stunners off with an upswept do.
RHINESTONE DROP EARRINGS $165

Sasha Maks Vintage cobalt glass bead torsade necklaceWear the striking cobalt hue against a black dress with a plunging neckline for maximum impact.
TORSADE NECKLACE WITH FLOWER CLASP $155

 

Rhinestone heart brooch

 

Choose to wear your faux amethyst heart on your lapel this Valentine. Give the sunburst design to someone special or keep for yourself.
SUNBURST HEART PIN $95

Glamourist-Maria loves to find beautiful and glamorous fashion and share it with her audience.  You can see her picks on Pinterest and follow her blog.

Usually when one thinks of jewelry for Valentine’s Day, the first thing that usually comes to mind is some type of heart shaped pendant or charm. I’m in a slightly edgier state of mind this year – could it have something to do with the major buzz the Fifty Shades of Grey movie is generating? Whatever the reason, I am gravitating towards sexier pieces with a dark side. Here are my picks from Sasha’s collection.

Saha Maks Vintage Karl Lagerefeld ChokerOne of my favorite necklaces from Sasha’s collection. Provocative and risqué, you can wear this necklace with a suit—or nothing.
KARL LAGERFELD GRAPHIC CHOKER  $385

Sasha Maks Vintage Snake BraceletWhat could be more slinky and seductive than a snake head bracelet? (The answer: nothing). You can wear this with pretty much anything. I like wearing it with something shorter sleeves so you can really show it off.
SLEEK  GOLD TONE AND ENAMEL SNAKE BRACELET $185
Vintage Lanvin Pendant Necklace
The thick ‘twisted’ chain gives this gorgeous piece a little bondage vibe, but in a classy, super-stylish way.  You want to let this be the statement piece of your outfit.  I would wear it with something minimalistic and simple like a beautiful strapless jumpsuit.
LANVIN MODERNIST NECKLACE $1650

Vintage Onyx Bead Necklace with Panther Clasp
The panther clasp makes this dark piece sexy.  I would just wear this with a plain t-shirt or sweater and jeans.
DOUBLE STRAND ONYX PANTHER CLASP NECKLACE $425

 

Pri Fixe-the San Francisco-based fashion and style blog explores fashion trends, local events/shows, and homegrown designers in an effort to inspire readers to embrace their own creativity and personal style.

On this love-filled day, some of the first things that come to mind are flowers, cards, chocolates, and exotic getaways of some kind  to somewhere tropical or adventurous. In the event you aren’t passport ready, I recommend treating yourself (or others) because this is a universal, global day of love with another kind of exotic getaway -  fine, unique pieces that capture the essence of a vacation without ever having to leave your sweetie:

Sasha Maks Vintage Long Link EarringsRomanticize your look with these versatile, bronze-finished earrings set to complete almost any look in any color. With a hint of Grecian influence, these lovely additions will have him whispering sweet nothings in your ear.
LONG GEAR LINK EARRINGS $115  

Sasha Maks Vintage Boho Chic NecklaceIn an bold, statement piece showcasing emerald and amethyst pendant set in brass, this piece couples well with a sexy, plunging necklace with a subtle nod to the precious stones and metals of the Middle East.
GLASS EMERALD AND AMETHYST PENDANT NECKLACE $185

Sasha Maks  Vintage Coral Flower BroochInstead of getting flowers, why not wear them? This fun and flirty brooch pairs well on your blazer or jacket to make for a sassy addition to your special outfit -  as if you just left a tropical island with your honey.
CORAL BRANCH FLOWER BROOCH $165

Sasha Maks Vintage Curb Link Necklace
You can go just about anywhere with this gold & rhinestone rendition of a chain link necklace – pair it with a strappy, black number as if you were walking the streets of Paris or Monaco enjoying the evening with your sweetheart.
GLAM CURB LINK CHAIN NECKLACE $185

 

Like Sasha Maks Vintage on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Pinterest.
Sign up for news on latest arrivals and upcoming events here.

Looking to revamp your closet and step up your style game in 2015?  Contact Styled by Sasha Maks at info@styledbysashamaks and let’s get started.
Like Styled by Sasha Maks on Facebook.

 

 

 

0 comments on this article

THE ESSENSE OF STYLE | GLAMOURIST INTERVIEW

Recently, I was interviewed by a dear friend and longtime client, Maria Favata, of the Glamourist. We chatted about style, fashion, and jewelry. Maria and I are both obsessed with  fashion, and she is the owner of an enviable collection of vintage gowns and cocktail dresses. It was a blast to talk with her and I’m looking for future collabs to come!
XO Sasha

Originally published in the Glamourist.

I recently interviewed our new Contributing Editor, Sasha Maksutenko.  Sasha has incredible, chic taste and is a very talented stylist.  She is the owner of Sasha Maks Vintage and Styled by Sasha Maks, both based in San Francisco, CA.
Sasha Maksutenko of Sasha Maks Vintage and Styled by Sasha Maks

Sasha and I covered a wide range of topics from fall / winter trends to how to develop your own personal style.

Glamourist:  Sasha, what was on your shopping list for winter?

Sasha:  I got a pair of Lugmainline OTK boots I’ve been eyeing for awhile from Stuart Weitzman. They keep me warm, and lend an edge to more feminine pieces and make everything look sleek and chic. I loved the poncho trend from 2014 Fall runways–Burberry’s where my favorites.  Last time I wore one, I was around 9 years old. It was a hand knit  by my mom, I loved it! I found a vintage wool/angora blend from Turkey from the 80s., that I’m wearing over a short camel coat and over tunic dresses. Now, I’m on the hunt for vintage oversized sweaters, a shearling jacket and a robe coat.

Glamourist:  I love vintage, too. But why do you gravitate towards vintage?

Sasha:  Most of everything you see on the runway or in stores—it’s all been done before. I find that vintage from the 60s and 70s, these are my go-to fashion eras, fits me really well and I love the colors and fabrics. I also like the fact that no one else will have it. I’ve been buying vintage for so many years—it’s part of who I am. I was buying vintage clothes before I started buying vintage jewelry and launched my e-boutique. Also, it’s just really fun to find things at vintage stores and fleas markets, it’s like a treasure hunt. You never know what you will find and have to keep an open mind.

Glamourist:  In terms of accessories, what are you liking right now?

Sasha:  Belts for sure. They are really prominent right now. Belts are a really nice piece to incorporate into your wardrobe: skinny, medium, wide. All different types of styles. Vintage chain belts, anything with embellishment – you can make those new again.  I recently found a rare, drop-dead Kenneth Jay Lane rhinestone belt from the 60s, it’s very ornate but the colors are understated.

Sasha Maks Vintage Kenneth Jay Lane rhinstone belt

Kenneth Jay Lane rhinestone belt from the 60s

 

And a statement bag. I just snagged one on sale, a gigantic patent leather tote from Maje in a gorgeous oxblood.

Glamourist:  What’s a new trend that you are dying to try?

Sasha:  I was intrigued by the single earring trend that was all over the Fall 2014 runways:  Celine, Isabel Marant, and Louis Vuitton. Now, I’m inspired by the mismatched earring trend on the Spring 2015 catwalks. I think this one will be easier to pull off, and fun to play with!

Glamourist:  Sasha—what’s the trick to wearing vintage in a modern way?

Sasha:  I really think it comes down to how you put it together, which is the essence of style—that magic.

I would also stick to classic silhouettes like an a-line, a sheath, a maxi dress. Focus on good quality fabrics and flattering colors. And make sure whatever you are wearing fits properly—which is the key to looking good in general.

Glamourist:  Sasha—I love the way you layer your vintage jewelry. You never look overdone—what’s your secret?

Sasha:  You should balance your jewelry with your outfit and, I might add, hair and make-up. If you wear a really ornate piece of jewelry, don’t do a lot of layering. If you wear a statement shoe, maybe wear more subtle jewelry. That said, it’s always fun to experiment, sometimes an over-the-top look can really work. It pays to play–inevitably you will discover a combination that shouldn’t make sense, but does when all the disparate elements come together. I think that’s how true individual style can be achieved. You have to willing to take a risk and feel confident pulling it off.

Maria Favata styled by Styled by Sasha Maks

Yours truly in a modern tuxedo look by Styled by Sasha Maks

 

Glamourist: What are the three key pieces every woman should have in her wardrobe?

Sasha:  Definitely a good blazer. I always tell my clients to buy a blazer that you can wear for a lot of different occasions. Over a cocktail dress or with boyfriend jeans. Maybe a little over-sized, masculine. Look for simple lines, good quality fabric.

Another piece: a good bag. Good quality leather, minimal hardware, strong lines. For me, I tend to gravitate toward a larger bag for day, a tote or a satchel, since I tend to carry a scarf or a pair of heels if I’m going out later.

Then I would say a statement piece of jewelry, like an over-size pendant or a wide cuff or a knuckle duster. I would get a statement piece for that particular woman’s personality: cool rock chick, classic,  etc. That could become your signature piece.

Sasha Maks Vintage Lanvin Pendant Necklace

Lanvin Modernist Necklace 1970s

 

Glamourist:  What are one or two things that people could do that would make an quick improvement to their look?

Sasha: Find a good tailor and to make sure your clothes fit properly. This will make you look 100% better. And this relates to the previous answer. Find a signature piece whether accessory or clothing and make it yours.

Glamourist: What would you say to people who say that they don’t know their style?

Sasha:  It’s really about educating yourself. There are so many resources out there. Get some fashion magazine subscriptions, follow street style blogs. I would start a Pinterest board and pin images that you like. Also, find a muse—someone whose style you admire and can emulate. It will soon become obvious that you have opinions and preferences and once you have the basics down, you can start on creating your own unique look.

Glamourist:  Who is your muse?

Sasha:  Caroline De Maigret.  She’s a model in Paris and a music producer. She adds masculine touches to her style, which I love. Sexy as hell in a men’s shirt and masculine blazer. She never looks over-done. She’s beautiful and just looks liker herself: sexy, fun, and laid-back.

Glamourist: What’s your favorite part of the styling process?

Sasha:  I really enjoy the purge. Getting rid of what doesn’t work, what isn’t flattering, etc. I love the editing process and getting down to the bare minimum, having an essential, but smaller selection.  Followed by a marathon shopping session to add what’s missing!

Like Sasha Maks Vintage on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Pinterest.
Sign up for news on latest arrivals and upcoming events here.

For personal styling services visit Styled by Sasha Maks or contact info@styledbysashamaks

0 comments on this article

HOLIDAY ARTIST TRUNK SHOW | Saturday, December 20th

Holiday Trunk Show
Join Sasha Maks Vintage, Saturday, December 20th from 10-3:30 pm for an Outdoor Trunk sale featuring local artist, crafts, fashion, jewelry, and a few other great gift ideas. There will be some chill out spaces, music and a food truck. All this loveliness will all take place in the newly opened Annie Street Plaza, (bet. New Montgomery & 3rd St. and Market & Mission). Enjoy 20% of on all jewelry by Sasha Maks Vintage.
See the Facebook invitation here.

Happy Holidays!
XO Sasha

Like Sasha Maks Vintage on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Pinterest.
Sign up for news on latest arrivals and upcoming events here.

0 comments on this article

BIJOUX MENAGERIE: THE HOLIDAY JEWELRY WARDROBE

Satement jewelry

 

Nothing gives me more joy then finding that spectacular piece of vintage costume jewelry for my e-boutique. This year I made a major score when I found  a Kenneth Jay Lane filigree rhinestone belt set with subtle, smoky, and aurora borealis stones. It’s a rare find and is more then a piece of jewelry it’s an object be admired and treasured. Another fantastic find was of a more bohemian vibe–an artisanal faux baroque multi-strand stunner with sterling charms and clear glass cabochons inlaid with shell. What I like about both pieces is that the opulence is tempered by a subtle color palette.
Read the rest of this post on Urban Darling.

Like Sasha Maks Vintage on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Pinterest.
Sign up for news on latest arrivals and upcoming events here.

0 comments on this article

Sasha Maks Vintage x Lullabella Holiday Soirée

Sasha Maks Vintage x LullaBela Holiday Soiree

Join Sasha Maks Vintage and Lullabella for a Holiday Soirée!
‘Tis the season for serious glamour and finding the most covetable gifts.
RSVP: www.tistheseasonholidaysoiree.eventbrite.comShop vintage swoon-worthy bijou and must-have classic and on-trend handbags.
Kick off the holidays with a toast with us!Enjoy special holiday discounts
-20% off all jewelry
-$50 bags (*from reg. prices of $160-$390)Tuesday, December, 16th
6:00-9:00 pm
Bateau Hair Salon
2 Townsend St, San Francisco, CA 94521www.sashamaksvintage.com
www.lullabellaco.com

Like Sasha Maks Vintage on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Pinterest.
Sign up for news on latest arrivals and upcoming events here.

0 comments on this article

SCARLETT SMITH: ‘WINDGED FOLDS’

wingedfoldsThere are certain elements of fashion design that make them stand out, in the case of Scarlett Smith–the purity of line, the clarity of execution, the luxury of integrity are those indisputable characteristics.

I met Amanda Scarlett-Smith at a fashion event for an emerging San Francisco designer, she mentioned she was a fashion designer as well, and we planned to keep in touch. Serendipitously, we ran into each other several months later on the street. Amanda told me about her Spring/Summer 2015 collection based on the Japanese art of wrapping, and that she was a designer in residence at the Fashion Incubator San Francisco (FiSF). I was extremely intrigued by the concept. I have been been keenly aware of Japanese design and esthetic concepts since studying interior design. We planned for a visit to FiSF.

Read the rest of this post on INSPIRARE.

Like Sasha Maks Vintage on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Pinterest.
Sign up for news on latest arrivals and upcoming events here.

Styled by Sasha Maks is available for personal and fashion styling.
Like Styled by Sasha Maks on Facebook.

 

 

0 comments on this article

LA DOLCE VITA SHOWCASE: L’ART & LA MODE

La Dolce Vita Showcase Invitation

Join us for an evening of local fashion, jewelry, art, and photography.
Friday, October 17h, 6:30-9:30pm
Drake SF
508 4th St,
San Francisco, CA94107

We’re doing it again this month!

Come support your local artists:

FASHION
Inspirare
Live Love Moda
D’clic
Calmthreads

JEWELRY
Sasha Maks Vintage
Amaressi

FINE ART
Jinhee

PHOTOGRAPHY
Sanjeev Sharma

HENNA ART
Mehndi by Mina

LIVE BODY ART
Jessica Yurash Body Art

Local Art & Fashion Exhibit | Music | Photobooth | Full bar | 200+ Party People | No cover | 21+ only

RSVP: here

Like Sasha Maks Vintage on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Pinterest.
Sign up for news on latest arrivals and upcoming events here.

 

0 comments on this article

SASHA MAKS VINTAGE INVITES YOU TO TRAP x ART

trapxart926
Bring in the noise and bring in the funk to celebrate art in a dynamic showcase featuring local, San Francisco artists of all kinds in a communal, progressive space.

Update you fall jewelry wardrobe with the latest Sasha Maks Vintage stand-out bijouterie and spend the evening exploring artist chaos and finding beauty in all shapes and forms.

Friday, September 26th 10pm-2am
111 Minna Gallery
San Francisco, CA 94105

Tickets $15-$20: www.trapxzart.com
Use Promo code: VINTAGE to receive a $5 discount

Visit www.trapxart.com for a list of featured artists  and bios.

With special tribute to the one and only illimatic Nasir
Enjoy music by DJ Criddy

0 comments on this article