Synergy Organic Clothing Opens Store in the Mission District

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SAN FRANCISCO - March 29, 2013 - PRLog -- A grand store-opening event for Synergy Organic Clothing, a sustainable, lifestyle and yoga brand for women will take place on Saturday, April 13th, 2013 from 4pm until 8pm. The location of the new retail store is 969 Valencia Street, San Francisco.

This is the first retail location outside of Santa Cruz, California where the company is headquartered and has two other retail stores. Synergy is the destination brand for environmentally conscious and style-minded women around the world. The opening of the Mission District store was the natural next step for Synergy as the latest collection includes a variety of classic yet chic offerings perfectly suited for the Bay Area woman. The store also carries a few other select eco-friendly clothing brands that meet the company standards such as Stacia, Arbor Collective, and Make It Good as well as
like-minded jewelry brands including Tiffany Kunz, Blank Verse, and more.

Guests can enjoy a lovely Saturday evening mingling with our friendly brand-educated staff while shopping the new Spring 2013 collection.

About Synergy Organic Clothing:

Synergy is an eco-conscious women’s clothing brand that was started by Kate Fisher in 1993 after a life-changing trip to Nepal and India. After many adventures and a few years later Kate teamed up with her husband, Henry Schwab, to create a sustainable business model and brand. By predominately using organic cotton from India with low-impact dyes, Synergy strives to make clothing that both looks good and is gentle on the earth. Synergy has an established e-commerce site,, and wholesales to over 600 stores around the world. To stay up to date on Synergy, ‘Like’ us on Facebook,
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