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1519 Grant Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94133
USA

415-982-5726

For two decades, AB Fits has been dealing better denim. AB Fits provides up-front personal service to clothe their customers in a global assortment of cherry-picked men's and women's denim centric styles. Like being located on the oldest street of San Francisco in the neighborhood that gave birth to cool, the store puts people in clothes that embody character and quality. Desperados who cry "Jeans don't work for me!" walk their beautified butts out the door on the road to denim worship.

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  I had the hardest time figuring out a way to tell my parents I wanted to be an artist. They were scared I would be a poor artist eating top ramen everyday. I had to figure a craft that would change their minds. I had been sewing clothes off a home sewing machine for quite some time and decided that was a great skill to refine. I flew up to San Francisco and toured a few of the schools and landed on fashion design. I finished more than half the degree before I realized I wanted to draw more than sew. I didn't want my work to go to waste, so I moved on to textile design where I could utilize my knowledge in fashion, draw, create patterns, then screen print.  For me, textile design meant a lot of screen printing. I was never easy on my clothes. I wore what I wore, and printed in it. I favored all my paint stains. My mother was fed up with my messiness and made me a denim apron. I accepted the apron because I took it as a token that she accepted my degree change. Seven years later, I still wear this apron. Each paint stain is a stroke of hard work and the apron represents the consideration and support she had for me. For all of this, I thank my mother for being there. Story about Samantha Lee, current Store Manager, Tailor, and Artist.

 

I had the hardest time figuring out a way to tell my parents I wanted to be an artist. They were scared I would be a poor artist eating top ramen everyday. I had to figure a craft that would change their minds. I had been sewing clothes off a home sewing machine for quite some time and decided that was a great skill to refine. I flew up to San Francisco and toured a few of the schools and landed on fashion design. I finished more than half the degree before I realized I wanted to draw more than sew. I didn't want my work to go to waste, so I moved on to textile design where I could utilize my knowledge in fashion, draw, create patterns, then screen print. 

For me, textile design meant a lot of screen printing. I was never easy on my clothes. I wore what I wore, and printed in it. I favored all my paint stains. My mother was fed up with my messiness and made me a denim apron. I accepted the apron because I took it as a token that she accepted my degree change. Seven years later, I still wear this apron. Each paint stain is a stroke of hard work and the apron represents the consideration and support she had for me. For all of this, I thank my mother for being there.

Story about Samantha Lee, current Store Manager, Tailor, and Artist.