In the mood for some sun with Bellevue Collection’s Spring 2013 Runway Show.
This spring is about making a statement. And this season the popular colors that will make you shout included navy, emerald green and anything neon. Take a chance to be different (more…)
As one of the most significant and ornate clothing periods of all the ages, Medieval garb perpetually enchants us with its magical influences and dramatic aesthetic. Its relevance marked by the creation of clothing buttons, houppelandes (the precursor to men’s trousers), and the tailor profession (more…)
It’s not just any garage sale and certainly not your mother’s garage sale. But it is the mother of all garage sales. BYOB(ags) to the Urban Girls Garage Sale!
Less flash, more substance.
The effort to set yourself apart in the t-shirt biz can follow a few different routes. You can go retro-themed color bomb, a la Ed Hardy. You can sell sex like T.I.T.S. You can even go for pure shock
Showcasing Seattle’s unique fashion scene, one boutique designer at a time.
One year ago, Hana Ryan Wilson and her creative partner, Jason Parker, launched Craft & Culture – an online boutique that spotlights the world of independent design. Wilson, a Port Townsend native and UW alum, says she and Parker were inspired by the successes (and struggles) of their many friends who make a living within Seattle’s diverse design community. With Craft & Culture, they hope to introduce the work of these artists to (more…)
Clothing with a credo.
If the dominant theme in mainstream Hip Hop – and by extension popular street wear styles – is sex, money and substance abuse, it’s the undercurrents are where you find the flipside of the fast life.
Amid the vibrant, bustling activity of the International District is the Wing Luke Museum– curator, collector, and centerpiece of local Asian Pacific American stories and phenomena. Next up on the docket: fashion collections from local to national Asian-American designers (from Trina Turk (more…)