Friday, May 29, 2015

Category Archives: Fashion

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SEATTLEITE SPOTLIGHT: Fashion-Forward Hair Stylists Jason and Robert Townsend
New Seattleites here to make essensuals London synonymous with affordable luxury “Hair follows fashion and Seattle is a fashionable city,” say the owners of essensuals London, Capitol Hill’s newest boutique hair salon. “Seattle’s massive music scene is a major contributor to Seattle’s fashion. I think people from Seattle aren’t moving to New York or LA anymore to focus on fashion – instead, they are choosing to stay in Seattle and make their home town cool.” These were just some motivating factors that led the Townsend brothers to relocate from San Diego to Seattle and open essensuals London. (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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5 Reasons Why Seattle is a Tattoo Town
There are a lot of things about Seattle that make us a tattoo town. Tattoos are statements on your body, whether they are for personal meaning or more artistic self-expression, they come with stories that people want to hear. And you’ll get a lot of different stories these days because tattoos can be found on people from all walks of life. There’s no longer the “tattoo” type, at least not in this town. Here are some things about our community that bring out the passion for tattoos. (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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Interview with International Fashion Photographer Adam Katz Sinding
Three or four years ago, Adam Katz Sinding was one of the most respected, well-known names in fashion photography in the Pacific Northwest. Known for his discerning taste-level and dubbed the “Sartorlialist of Seattle” by Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, his site, Le 21Eme, featured the most stylish and thought-provoking fashion subjects about Seattle proper. A full-fledged New Yorker now, we’re catching up with the Seattleite fashion photographer gone international. Seattleite: How have the past few years in NYC treated you? We’ve seen you in some highly coveted fashion magazines… (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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Seattleite Spotlight: Knitwear Innovator Paychi Karen Guh
Comfortable, cashmere women’s wear from one of the year’s most exciting designers. Paychi Karen Guh knows quite a lot about fashion design. Born in Taiwan, she earned a master’s degree in textile design from the Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science (now Philadelphia University), worked at Nordstrom for 15 years in various roles including textile designer and design director, and recently attended a two-week course in London and Milan put on by (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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What’s Hot: Spring into Bold Colors, Graphic Designs and Black & White
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…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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Seattleite Spotlight: Hana Ryan Wilson of Craft & Culture
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…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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Style File: Nordstrom Features Two Seattle Designers
Seattle is the home to an estimated 240 fashion designers, and as of a few months ago, local retail heavy-hitters are starting to take notice.  (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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Style File: Hermes Exhibit at the Bravern Opens Today
Art and culture have inspired fashion designers for centuries. Now, fashion inspires art and technology with digital installation artist, Miguel Chevalier’s “8 ties” installation at the Bravern. Drawing from the new Hermès Heavy Twill collection, (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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