June Pop Up- Fluffy Co

Come by and check out our June pop up shop¬†FluffyCo. From organic cotton tote bags, to wallets & belts, we’ve got you covered for Dads and Grads this month ūüôā

Anyone can come shop- and prices are slightly lower than what’s listed on their website. They’ll also be hosting a sample sale in conjunction with our monthly member mixer on the 28th.













May’s Pop-Up Shop: Rare Device

We love displaying different products and wears at Makeshift in our rotating pop-up space. It’s a great way to introduce new brands to our members, and the public, as well as offering brick and mortar space to online retailers. This months’ curated shop is from Rare Device. Although they have a shop over on Divisadero¬†Street, they wanted to bring some of their goods to Makeshift Society.


Plate by Rob Ryan



Handmade Confetti Eggs by Tiffanie Turner 


Avva Trio Candle Sticks

Hurry over before the month is over to snatch up these goodies!


Kaufmann Mercantile

It’s the last week to grab some goodies from this month’s supply closet tenant, Kaufmann Mercantile. ¬†Come on by and stock up before next Tuesday!

picnic essentials…


gifts for the home…

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and slick office goods…

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Weekly Class Wrap-Up January 21-25

iPhoneography 201

582287_296680987101543_678140272_nThis was the second installment of Sarah Deragon’s iPhonography series. People attending the class wanted to learn how to utilize iPhone photography for personal use and for their businesses. Even Howard Flax of Flax Art and Design, where many of us have spent our paychecks, came to learn some tips and tricks. Sarah informed students of different iPhone apps to help them improve the pictures taken with their phones. Do you know that you can cross process and double expose images with your phone?! Sarah offers iPhonography classes frequently at Makeshift so be on the look out for more if you want to learn how to improve your iPhonography.

Show and Tell: Branding and Marketing with Personality


Genevieve Brazelton, a branding and social media strategist, taught the second class in her three part workshop . She offered the class to a small group of students in order to focus the content towards their individual business needs.  She helped them to figure out what they are doing differently than their competition. She also focused on identifying their ideal customer who needs and wants what they have to offer.


Artists from Abroad

Sharon Brenner is a local immigration attorney who is passionate about helping individuals from abroad. In this lecture/Q&A session, she gave an overview of the immigration process for foreign artists in various fields who seek to work in the U.S. It was a small audience, so she was able to address specific needs and concerns of the students.

Lydali Mixer


From Ali Price, one half of Lydali,

“We hosted a cocktail party to show off our products that have been occupying the pop-up closet all month, and to bring in lots more that are only for sale online. We served champagne cocktails with St. Germain and berries, and small bites to eat. Makeshift Society was packed all night long, and it was a great time with lots of laughter, music, chatter, and Lydali purchases. We had a blast, and we hope to do it again soon!”


MMS Mixer Sponsored by The Findery


For this months member mixer, we had our first sponsor, The Findery. There was a wonderful turn out, we were glad to see all of your smiling faces. Snacks, wine, beer and even a Gingersnap Arnold Palmer was served, yum. Oh, and also a cake, we can not forget the cake. We love you too, The Findery! Members that have not made it to one yet, be sure to stop by next months mixer. If your interested in sponsoring one of our fun mixers, let us know!

-Ashley & Christina