Catch DVF's Fashion + Tech Pop-Up Before It's Gone

 Photo: Marie Claire via DVF

Photo: Marie Claire via DVF

Diane von Furstenberg joins the growing list of brands hosting San Francisco pop-ups this week with a four-day installation at Fort Mason Center in the Marina.

The print-driven label has set up shop in Gallery 308 (2 Marina Boulevard, Landmark Building A) for a temporary experience featuring a selection of Fall and Winter 2017 pieces, plus a limited selection of Levi's premium denim. The shop is open to the public from 10 am–4pm through Friday, October 20.

Footwear News reports that the 3,500 square foot space is the brand’s first DVF Studio activation outside of New York, and is merging "creativity, innovation, technology and fashion." In addition to showcasing the latest collections, DVF will also be donating to the California wildfires relief efforts. The brand writes in a press release, “Understanding that this is a challenging time for many in the Bay Area, we will make a donation in support of the devastation caused by the forest fires in California."