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The City's Most Fashionable Neighborhood; Lomography Party; Shabby Chic Returns; More!

RICHMOND—Racked SF got an up close and personal peek at Joy Venturini Bianchi's Helpers House of Couture, which is an amazing, shoppable (for charity) treasure trove of designer dresses and more. Peep our gorgeous photos of Joy and the house, and read all about her devotion to people with disabilities.

HAYES VALLEY— The Neighborhood Style Showdown has a winner, and if you couldn't already tell by the heading, the victor is Hayes Valley, which beat out the Fillmore for the top spot.
LOS ANGELES— The Lucky FABB blogger conference happened in Beverly Hills last week, and SF bloggers were out in full force. Check out their chic looks in our gallery.

SAN FRANCISCO— SF's Tradlands already knew how stylish Hayes Valley was, even before Racked readers voted it most stylish 'hood in SF. They're red chambray shirt is named after it.

UNION SQUARE—Don't miss Film Photography Day on Friday, April 12 when Lomography will host a party and a buy one film camera, get one free promotion. Also, one lucky Racked SF winner will win a film camera worth $100+!

JACKSON SQUARE—Spring has pretty recently sprung, but floral prints have already flooded retailers both on and offline. Had enough? Check out the A'bout trunk show at Carrots this weekend for some black and white chic simplicity.

SAN FRANCISCO—Don't forget to nominate your favorite up and coming San Francisco designer (or yourself!) in Racked's Young Guns competition. Find out how here.

PACIFIC HEIGHTS—After shuttering her Shabby Chic boutique in Sacramento several years ago, Rachel Ashwell has brought her new wares that old back to San Francisco in that same neighborhood.