Shop an expanded selection of extraordinary handcrafted items, featuring jewelry from Successories' very own Pamela Wiston Charbonneau. Free admission to the fair, which will take place in the Piazzoni Murals Room at the de Young Museum.
Friday, November 16, 9:30am-8:30pm Saturday, November 17, 9:30am-4:30pm
Pamela Wiston-Charbonneau's work will be featured in Discarded to Divine, an auction event showcasing the talents of designers who transform discarded, donated clothing into divine creations. Proceeds benefit the Saint Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco. Buy tickets for the event, which takes place April 28, 2011.
Pam received the jury award in the Women's Fashion Accessories-Jewelry category and was honored at the Preview Night at the de Young! Read more about it.
The grand-opening celebration was a major success! Hundreds of wonderful people and furbabies stopped by during our multi-day event. You enjoyed fabulous food and drinks, live music, and spectacular giveaways -- and we thoroughly enjoyed your company!
Stay tuned to find out the winner of our "How Many Buttons?" contest. The winner will receive a beautiful handcrafted piece of jewelry.
Thanks for making it seem a little less crazy to open a store in these trying economic times. We look forward to seeing you soon!
We're already open, but what better way to make it official than by throwing a two-day grand-opening party? So mark your calendars for October 9th and 10th! Join us for refreshments, revelry, unbelievable giveaways, live music, and a whole lot more. Plus, Halloween will be right around the corner, so we'll have plenty of tricks and treats in store. The Curios will perform on Saturday, Oct. 10, from 4-7pm.
Nestled in the “Rumors Behind the News” section of the June issue of the Noe Valley Voice, it was reported that designer Pamela Wiston Charbonneau and her jewelry business Successories in the Button Box would be moving into the space at 3904 24th Street. That rumor is entirely true! Although we are still working hard to get the space into shape, we are open for business and hope that you’ll stop by to wish us well, call us crazy, or browse through our whimsical selections of handcrafted jewelry, vintage goodies, and retro-inspired clothing. Plus, stay tuned for information about our grand-opening bash. You won’t want to miss it!