You’re so ugly your momma had to feed you with a slingshot.
Ouch, that’s harsh. Good thing Acrimony has the perfect comeback. The new boutique in Hayes Valley is stocked with killer lines.
Dali-inspired illustrations by Osaka artist Neko Shogun dot the sleek, wide-open space. The vibe is street tough meets refined sophisticate: a shrunken United Bamboo blazer over a Hellz Bells T-shirt, reversible dresses by Quail that zip all the way up the back, menswear-inspired pieces from Swedish label Minimarket.
Step it up in badass Operations trench coats and Heimstone frocks with metal studs and suede detailing. Linda Farrow vintage shades and Michelle Vale purses with interchangeable hardware help you keep your cool.
If looking like a knockout doesn’t do the trick, they’re so dumb they’d have to study to be stupid.
Acrimony, 515 Gough Street, between Grove and Fulton Streets (415-861-1025 or shopacrimony.com). Grand opening party, Friday, April 11, 7-9 p.m.