let’s kickstart this thing.


you may have heard the buzz — Makeshift Society is growing, and this time it’s headed to Brooklyn! founder rena tom and team did it once already in san francisco, and now rena and her partner brian boyer are building a brand new clubhouse in williamsburg for creative freelancers to learn, work, play and think together, just like the san francisco space —... 
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kindred | a holiday giveaway.


kindred is coming to san francisco and to makeshift society specifically for a 2-day holiday pop-up shop! please join us for two days of holiday shopping on december 15th from 11-7 and december 16th from 11-5. A project by Lynn Russell of Satsuma Press and Teresa Robinson of Stone & Honey, kindred will offer the work of over a dozen makers from across the US and Canada.... 
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tuesday’s girl: makeshift society supply closet.


pssst…did you guys know makeshift society has a pop-up shop? yep, there’s a small (very small!) space within makeshift — that’s why rena called the pop-up supply closet. Curator is the makeshift Supply Closet tenant for the month of October — sharing a sampling from their noe valley boutique showcasing their line of clothing designed and produced... 
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oh, and happy, happy friday.


so, makeshift society made the sunday paper last weekend. specifically, founder rena tom and i made the cover of the style section wearing bunny masks. who knew city newspapers could be so goofy? i can’t explain the bunny masks, they were just something i brought in as a joke (so be careful leaving your masks out where journalists can see them). but it was nice to have... 
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makeshift society: doors are open.


well, guys, at long last makeshift society has opened the doors! we’re not 100% finished with construction, but just a couple of minor things to tweak, and we just didn’t want to wait anymore! it was so much fun to decorate, and i will be sure and update you as we progress. in the meantime, here’s a peek around our hayes valley creative co-working space and... 
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