Ofelia Gomez of San Lorenzo loves her son -- and Christian Gonzalez, 16, loves Pink Dolphin.
The Bay Area-bred brand of clothing had its grand opening of its Haight Street boutique on Saturday. And Gomez was there -- on Thursday night.
She camped out for two nights so her son had a shot at some of the limited edition, only in-store items, according to SFist.
During the night, Gomez slept in her car while her son held his spot in line.
No word on whether the devotion paid off with a score of hot threads or other items to make such a vigil worthwhile.
Pink Dolphin is the effort of a pair of Bay Area-bred 20 somethings: Cena Barhagi, 22, of Fremont, and Neima Khaila, 25, of Pleasanton.
Barhagi began designing Pink Dolphin clothes in high school, according to reports.
Visit their duds for dudes in pink and aqua and their "leather and goose down and jeans" accouterments at 1431 Haight Street.