Popular Clothing Store for Women
By Heather Somerville
SAN FRANCISCO -- Two Bay Area fashion entrepreneurs will open their first local clothing boutique Saturday on Haight Street.
Cena Barhaghi, of Fremont, and Neima Khaila, a Pleasanton native, will open Pink Dolphin Clothing and unveil their holiday collection of men's and women's streetwear fashion. The new store is also a homecoming for the two young entrepreneurs, who opened their first brick and mortar in Los Angeles.
Barhaghi, 22, began designing the Pink Dolphin line in high school, and was later joined by longtime friend Khaila, 25. The collection has since evolved to include women's fashion, accessories, outerwear made of leather and goose down and jeans. The small company plays with gender stereotypes in clothing, selling men's shirts in bright colors such as pink and aqua.
The store opens at 11 a.m. at 1431 Haight St.
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