People from the digital world don't always translate in the real world, but that's mostly because Second Life has a much higher demand for losers who can speak Neko. Making their transition more smoothly than the cat-people, Hangr 16.
The first brick 'n mortar venture for the Stanford biz school grad behind high-end tee-seller Headline Shirts, Hangr joins the Mission today, prepared to outfit its burrito-eating inhabitants with reasonably priced, mostly local garb housed in an endlessly long/sparsely decorated former copy shop, forced to close after East Baltimore started skimming toner. Wearables'll include over 100 Headline designs that amount to "the largest selection of t-shirts in San Francisco", wovens/outerwear like a Turk + Taylor line of jackets material-ed with vintage army blankets, and a small selection of denim from Good Society, an organic/fair trade/profit-donating jeans-maker, but not a Jeans-maker, as Van Damme is truly a unique creature. They'll also have ample man-cessories (ties, watches, belt buckles, scarves), plus an entire fixture dedicated to Pact underwear, which you know Jean Claude has -- that dude is uniquely blessed!
And because Hangr spares every expense, the in-store hangers are from a half dozen high-end hotel closets, all snagged during t-shirt trade show trips to Palm Springs, LA, and Vegas -- a place those from the digital world aren't as impressed by, considering they've got a floating cloud city and an American Apparel.