local love at the benefit boutique

What makes San Francisco so…well, San Franciscan? In honor of our beloved hometown, Benefit just launched our “I Left My Heart…” campaign to celebrate where all of this Benefit magic started. We decided to ask some of the most awesome ladies we know to share their favorite things about the city in a gorgeous new feature on our website titled “Local Love.” And what better way to celebrate than to invite the gals themselves to come play at the Benefit Boutique here in San Francisco?!

i left my heart...


elisabeth from mission closet & adelle from fashionista lab


Natalie and her online self...together at last!


veronica belmont

adelle gets a touchup


me & katie from refinery29

chestnut boutique

We enjoyed sweet treats and the signature Benefit brow services, but the favorite “highlight” of the night (pun intended!) was our new watt’s up highlighter. After trying it out for themselves, everyone was positively glowing.

get your glow on

Be sure to check out the Local Love feature spotlighting these iconic and influential women who personify San Francisco style…and stay tuned for more local insider highlights (that pun was not intended) from SF coming your way soon!

the great eight


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