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Racked SF's Indie 38; Reimagining Google Glass; The Male Topknot; More!

Welcome to On the Racked, where Racked SF intern Darcy Boynton shared the week's top fashion and retail news.

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SAN FRANCISCO—It's time for an update of Racked SF's Indie 38, an annual list of the city's best independently-operated clothing and accessories boutiques.

EVERYWHERE—We sat down with top blogger Olga Monserrat of 12:04 to discuss fashion emergencies and being grateful for what you have.

SAN FRANCISCO—As we previously reported, San Franciscans do not like Google Glass. Can Ivy Ross, a fashion exec with an impressive pedigree, change the way this piece of wearable tech is perceived?

SAN FRANCISCO—The male topknot is taking over San Francisco. How do you feel about this trend? Adorable or horrible?

MARINA—Racked SF editor Esther Hahn has planned the perfect Saturday in the Marina, complete with a delicious brunch and some retail therapy.

SAN FRANCISCO—Presenting the latest in our "Get Right for Summer" series: SF's 11 Best Nail Salons.

SAN FRANCISCO—This week in startups: Betabrand mixes Silicon Valley normcore with traditional business fashion to make pieces like "The Executive Hoodie."

NORTH BAY—Tesla's newest showroom, located in Corte Madera, is an interactive shopping experience.—Darcy Boynton

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