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CLASSIC MAYER: When Google vice president Marissa Mayer finishes her day job in Silicon Valley and wants to indulge another passion — fashion — she often finds herself an hour north in San Francisco, such as at Wednesday’s party in the Ralph Lauren store on upper Fillmore Street in Pacific Heights, where she and Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Regina Kulik Scully and Katie Traina hosted a shopping benefit, with 15 percent of sales going to the local free Women’s Community Clinic, which is tripling its space.
Since she was a child in Wisconsin, “I’ve always liked clothes and have been a bit of a label chaser. Growing up, it was Esprit and Guess,” said Mayer, dressed in Ralph Lauren black pants and cap-sleeve silk organza ruffled floral top with black lace arm warmers.
Mayer said her fashion style is “classic,” according to the determination of Google’s new Web site boutiques.com, which uses computer algorithms to match fashion preferences with a style. “The results are uncanny,” said Mayer of how boutiques.com figured out her inclination to wear dark pants and traditional silhouettes, but with a brightly colored top, loud pattern or other trend.