View From Marin
SEP TEMBER IS FASHION month at Marin Magazine. This time around we have a new team picking the clothes, the model, the photogra- pher, the location and the looks.
Photographed in Point Reyes Station, our
feature looks at the latest in fall fashion trends
with a focus on local stores and boutiques, all
with a coastal town backdrop. You’ll also want
to read Kasia Pawlowska’s examination of the
history of denim, from the miners of yesterday
to the high technology of today.
in Point Reyes
Station, it’s a
look at the latest
in fall fashion
trends, all with
a coastal town
This month’s fall fashion shoot
saw the team heading to West
Marin on a warm, sunny afternoon for a full and active day.
Pastries from Bovine Bakery
and coffee from Toby’s Feed
Barn got the group ready to go.
Photography took place at Toby’s
and the Old Western Saloon and
beside the road to Marshall. Flip
to the fashion section to see the
Next up, Melanie Haiken examines Marin’s
drug epidemic and its impact on kids. With
more prescriptions, availability and access
and more stress than ever, what is being
done to help our county’s young people avoid
abuse of drugs? Beyond safety and health,
a child also needs quality education; our
2016 Private School Guide has information
you need to make informed school choices
for your family.
We follow that with a look back at Marin
County’s first female supervisor, Vera Schultz,
and her six-decade career in public service.
Writer Mark Wilson describes her ongoing
influence exemplified by the Civic Center
and Marin City, two signature projects
Up front we climb Hawk Hill, and we talk
to activist Jen Reidy, sculptor John Libberton,
energy drink maker Todd Berardi, Angel
Island Immigration Station docent Joe Chan,
and Marin City Health and Wellness Center
CEO JayVon Muhammad. And if you love
neighborhood shopping and eating, check out
our new City Streets department — this time
focusing on San Francisco’s Polk Street.
In Destinations we’re off to Hawaii to
get a taste of poke and learn which resorts
are friendliest to big groups. And we explain
why anyone setting out to explore America’s
national parks should think Northern
It’s a big issue full of fun, insightful reads,
and plenty of inspiring ideas for looking your
best this fall. Enjoy!
Marin Magazine Staff Editors
Above, from left:
Mimi Towle, Nikki Wood
and Dan Jewett