Rachel Comey Animal Trend Healdsburg

Sonoma Magazine Animal Prints Are Back, Rachel Comey at shop in Healdsburg.


 Forte Forte Coat

Marin’s Hottest Tourist Attraction: Fall Fashion Forte Forte Coat Layer up for fall with dresses, jumpsuits, longline coats and must-have gold accessories Forte Forte Jaquard Coat from Tamarind Healdsburg.

     Re-Rope Swing straw hat in wheat by Lola Ehrlich

    Marin Magazine Sizzling Summer Fashion. These cool dresses and hot accessories will have you looking your best from sunrise to sunset. Re-Rope Swing straw hat in wheat by Lola Ehrlich, $240, at Tamarind (Healdsburg).


      • "Andrea Kenner, a local designer, operates the Barlow’s sole fashion tenant, where she carries a lively mix of women’s clothing and accessories, including the American-milled knits of Edith A. Miller, California-made and hand-sewn leather bags from..."   NY Times - Travel to the Barlow


      • Tamarind contemporary clothing adds Healdsburg boutique. Fans of global chic fashion can now indulge their desires at the second location of Tamarind women’s clothing boutique, in Healdsburg in northern Sonoma County. Sonoma County Tourism


      •  "The vibe: Industrial cool meets global chic in this boutique collection of clothing, jewelry, bags and more by emerging local and international designers. The aesthetic, owner Andrea Kenner says, is "classic with a bit of a fashion-forward twist." Her expertise lies in seeking out colorful, textured fabrics like the ones woven in India by the Ace and Jib label..."    Mercury News Five Ways to eat drink play


      "Local Gifts for Ideas for Everyone on your List" Are you working away on your holiday gift list and stumped for ideas? Here are some of my favorite items from around Sonoma County. There’s something on my list for everyone! Sonoma Magazine Gift Guide

          •  "Stay hydrated at work and on the road with these reusable bottles from S’well, which epitomize form meeting function. Large enough to hold ice cubes yet small enough to fit in a car cup holder..."   Sonoma Magazine - Spring Shopping 

          •  "Tamarind boutique offers its own interpretation of urban chic. Owner Andrea Kenner, an ex-New Yorker, fills the bright, welcoming space with clothes and accessories by local and internationally acclaimed designers. Dresses by..."   San Francisco Chronicle

          • "Makeup free and fresh off a game of tennis, she’s wearing minimalist, chic basics and exudes confident excitement..."    SF Chronicle Sonoma County Art

          •  "After weeks of window shopping, and mining the Bay Area for unique wares, we present a flurry of fanciful finds — from dazzling baubles and covetable accoutrements for the home to one-of-a-kind indulgences, many from local artisans and makers..."    SF Chronicle Gift Guide 

          •  "...The scarf never goes out of style (and there’s no such thing as having too many). Local designer Naia Koobatian hand-paints rich pigments onto silk, wool and cashmere. The lily-pad cashmere-and-modal scarf from her line, A Curious Beast, is a work of art. It will also protect you from the whipping winter winds... at Tamarind at The Barlow..."   Purewow Trend Report

          •  "Among Tamarind's selection of well-known luxury brands is a small selection of local accessory designers. The store carries leather bags by Chantel Garayalde, jewelry by Becky Kelso and Padé Vavra, and handcrafted scarves by A Curious Beast, all from Sonoma County..."   Bohemian Scene Setters

          • "I wandered into Tamarind ... and met the lovely Kathleen Ferrington. Kathleen showed me their Garayalde bags, which are truly unique pieces handmade with unique antique belt buckles. They also carry my favorite Clare Vivier. If you believe in purchasing quality, locally produced attire that will last me a lifetime, Tamarind has you covered..."   Crackling Pine

          "Highly-curated, beautiful fashions, jewelry and accessories handcrafted by local artisans. I especially loved the stunning leather handbags designed by Chantel Garayalde, like the clutch-turned-handbag below with iPad and iPod pockets inside..."    California Home + Design